ACT I Chosen ‘Contractor of the Year’ Finalist for GovCon Awards; Michael Niggel Quoted

Michael Niggel

Advanced Concepts and Technologies International has been selected for two years in a row as a finalist in one of the Contractor of the Year categories of the Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards.

ACT I said Tuesday the company is vying for the award for contractors with $25M to $75M in annual revenue.

“It is an honor for ACT I to be selected as a finalist for the second year in this illustrious government contracting industry award program,” said ACT I CEO Michael Niggel.

Niggel noted the recognition seeks to acknowledge the company’s client-centric values and commitment to employees and customers.

The Professional Services Council and the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce sponsor the Contractor of the Year award that aims to recognize companies across four revenue categories for their operational and financial accomplishments and contributions to the U.S. government, govcon industry and employees.

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