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SECAF Announces Inaugural Awards Gala Winners

Shiv Krishnan and Tiffanny Gates Chair the Gala
Shiv Krishnan and Tiffany Gates chair the Gala

secaf-logo-with-feather-and-verbiagesm2The Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF), the premier organization for the small and emerging government contractor, tonight announced the winners of the First Annual SECAF Awards at the Hilton McLean Tyson’s Corner. Culmen International, LLC, Information Systems Consulting Group, Inc. (InSysCo), iLuMinA Solutions Inc. and A-TEK, Inc. joined honoree Michael S. Sade of U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) as winners of the inaugural event honoring small and emerging government contractors and the players in the ecosystem that rely on small business.  “The 2009 SECAF award winners, along with all of our member companies, have shown the strength, vision and determination to succeed in today’s very competitive government contracting market, ” added Mark Moore and Scott Brezler, co-chairs for the Awards Gala selection committee. “We applaud the successes of this year’s award winners, nominated companies and the industry as a whole and we look forward to a successful 2009.”

“In its commitment to the small and emerging government contractor, SECAF is proud to recognize the winners of the inaugural SECAF Awards Gala, ” stated Shiv Krishnan, chairman of SECAF and CEO of government contractor INDUS Corporation. “SECAF understands the important role small and emerging firms serve in the marketplace and we are excited to recognize and congratulate them on their accomplishments.”

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