The Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) has announced the finalists for its Second Annual SECAF Awards Gala. The SECAF Awards Gala honors small and emerging government contractors and the players in the ecosystem that rely on small business. The 2010 winners will be chosen from the finalists at the gala Thursday, April 29, 2010 at the Hilton McLean Tysons Corner.
“In its commitment to the small and emerging government contractor, SECAF is proud to host its second Awards Gala after the remarkable success of its inaugural program in 2009, ” stated Shiv Krishnan, chairman of SECAF and CEO of government contractor INDUS Corporation. “SECAF recognizes that strong, emerging firms with revenues of less than $25M in annual revenues rarely have an opportunity to be recognized, although they are accomplishing great things.”
With more than 90 nominations received, finalists were chosen in a variety of categories. In addition, nominations were accepted for a Government Advocate of the Year, a person within the government who has demonstrated unrivaled support for the small-business community. This honoree will be recognized the evening of the Awards Gala.
SECAF Contractor of the Year (under $6 million):
- Attotek, Inc.
- Berico Tailored Systems
- Credence Management Solutions
- Foxhole Technology
- Integrity Management Consulting, Inc.
- Link Solutions, Inc.
SECAF Contractor of the Year ($6 to $12 million):
- Culmen International
- Dozier Technologies, Inc.
SECAF Contractor of the Year ($12 to $25 million):
- Advanced Technology & Research Corp (ATR)
- Digital Management, Inc.
- Morgan Borszcz Consulting
- SENTECH, inc.
- Technical & Project Engineering, LLC
Small Business Partner (Privately owned greater than $25 million):
- Development Alternatives, Inc.
- Invizion, Inc.
Small Business Partner (Publicly owned)
- CACI International
- Lockheed Martin
“We are proud to continue this tradition of recognizing great companies, ” said Mark Moore and Scott Brezler, co-chairs for the Awards Gala selection committee. “This confirms our belief that this growing community sees value in the recognition of its peers.”