Phacil Ranked for a Fifth Consecutive Year in WBJ’s Top Government Technology Contractors< Back to news
Phacil, a leading provider of technology solutions to the Federal Government, announced that it has made the Washington Business Journal’s (WBJ) list of Top Government Technology Contractors for a fifth consecutive year. The list ranks the top 50 largest companies based on the number of employees in the Washington DC metro-area. Included on the list are other large prime contractors including Booz Allen, Northrop Grumman, and Lockheed Martin. Phacil’s rank this year is #30.
“We are pleased to make a fifth consecutive appearance on the Washington Business Journal’s (WBJ) list of Top Government Technology Contractors,” said Phacil’s Executive Vice President Mark Cabrey. “Growing in today’s market is increasingly difficult and requires the dedication of every Phacil employee. To be listed on this Top 50 five years in a row is a tribute to all of our employees. We firmly believe that it is the quality of service our employees provide to our customers that has led to our consistent and fast growth.”
The list was published in the April 3, 2015 issue of the Washington Business Journal. Phacil has also been recognized on other lists by WBJ, including Fastest Growing Companies and Top Largest Private Companies.
Phacil is a leading provider of mission-focused, results-driven technology solutions to the federal government. We continually demonstrate Commitment to our customers, Excellence in performance, and Service to the nation. Customers trust Phacil to solve their most complex challenges by delivering uniquely-tailored technology solutions that maximize value and mission success. Phacil offers a diverse range of technology services, including Software Development, Systems Integration, Operations and Maintenance, Cyber Security, Geographic Information Systems, Technical Consulting, and Business Operations. Our team of 700 energetic, highly-skilled professionals support customers in 15 states across the country and abroad.