Carahsoft Named to Forbes’ Largest Private Companies List; Craig Abod Quoted

Craig Abod
Craig Abod

Forbes has included Carahsoft Technology in its annual list of largest private companies in the U.S. for the fourth consecutive time.

Carahsoft has ranked 78th on the overall list and placed second within the state of Virginia in terms of revenue, the company said February.

“We are honored to rank on this prestigious list for the fourth time and proud to join the top 100 private companies in America,” said Craig Abod, president at Carahsoft and a 2020 Wash100 awardee.

The 2019 list features 228 companies with a cumulative revenue of $1.65T and a total of 4.7M employees.

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