Finalists Announced for Government Contracting Awards

The finalists for the 7th Annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards, dubbed by some the “Academy Awards of Government Contracting, ” have been announced.   Awards are presented to contractors at four revenue levels: less than $25 million, $25 to 75 million, $75 to 300 million, and greater than $300 million; and to executives at three revenue levels: less than $75 million, $75 to $300 million, and greater than $300 million.

Notable executive nominees include Bill Hoover of American Systems Corporation and John Hillen of Global Strategies Group for the $75 to 300 million category, and Paul Leslie of Apptis and Ed Casey of Serco for the greater than $300 million category.  In addition to the normal awards, David Drabkin of the GSA will receive the “Public Sector Partner of the Year” award in recognition of his exceptional service to the federal government, and Al Nashman, a former CSC executive and considered by many in the Washington Area to be a “founding father” of the government professional services industry, will be inducted into the Greater Washingotn Contractor Hall of Fame.

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