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Phacil Among 2016 Largest Private Greater Washington Firms; Mehdi Cherqaoui Comments

Mehdi Cherqaoui
Mehdi Cherqaoui

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Sept. 26, 2016 — Phacil is included in the list of 100 largest private firms in the Greater Washington area for the fifth straight year, GovCon Executive reported Friday.

The company said Thursday the Washington Business Journal’s 2016 list ranks the companies by revenue generated in 2015.

“We thank our incredible team of dedicated and talented employees who are the driving force behind our year-to-year growth, ” said Mehdi Cherqaoui, senior vice president and chief financial officer of Phacil.

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