Altamira Honored as ‘Contractor of the Year’ at Wash GovCon Awards; Ted Davies Comments

Ted Davies

Altamira Technologies has received the Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards’ “Contractor of the Year” distinction recognizing financial and operational accomplishments during 2017.

Altamira won the award for companies with between $75 million and $300 million in revenue at the 15th Annual Greater Washington GovCon Awards ceremony hosted by the Professional Services Council and the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce, the company said Monday.

“It’s especially rewarding to win this award, as all of the finalists are great companies and deserving of recognition,” said Ted Davies, president and CEO of Altamira Technologies.

Davies noted that the company has exerted a lot of effort to become a mission-focused business that works to deliver innovative platforms to the national security community.

“At the same time, we never forget that people are our biggest asset,” he said.

“That is a phrase that is sometimes overused, but is central to all of our key decisions at Altamira.”

McLean, Virginia-based Altamira provides engineering, cyber and data analytics services to the defense, homeland security and intelligence communities.

 

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