Provides I T, app development, cybersecurity,
administrative support, and acquisitions
services to government and industry.
31 7,525.3% $9.3M 75
• •ECOLOGY MIR GROUP 2012 MANASSAS, VA.
CEO: Adham Yusupov, ecomirgroup.com
Runs logistics, o;ce, and fitness installations
and does event management for government
and commercial clients.
42 6,395.4% $7.4M 10
WASHINGTON BUSINESS DYNAMICS 2012 WASHINGTON, D.C.
CEOS: Scott Caldwell and Keith Fawcett,
Consults with government agencies to
optimize project performance.
51 5, 170.5% $7.1M 34
RRDS 2014 IRVINE, CALIF.
CEOS: Troy Barnes and Samir Naqvi, rrds.com
Specializes in anti-terrorism training and
products ranging from bomb disposal suits to
74 4,241.6% $16.3M 18
• •FEDBIZ IT SOLUTIONS 2011 LEESBURG, VA.
CEO: Adelina Tiaga, fedbizit.com
Advises bidders for government IT contracts
in areas such as cybersecurity and cloud
116 3,384.3% $20.1M 9
TERRACOT TA TECHNOLOGIES
2010 CHANTILLY, VA.
CEOS: Nickie Chhum and Charlie Chhum,
Centers on the architectural design and
implementation of next-generation hyperconverged infrastructure solutions for
132 2,990% $9.2M 13
DIGNARI 2013 ALEXANDRIA, VA.
CEOS: Gena Alexa and Adnan Malik, dignari.com
Specializes in biometrics, identity
management, and data analytics for
national security and defense clients.
169 2,551.2% $8.4M 36
INDEV 2013 ARLING TON, VA.
CEO: Brett Albro, indev.com
Consults government agencies on cybersecurity, software, air tra;c systems engineering,
and technology management.
178 2,417.9% $8.2M 140
2014 FREDERICKSBURG, VA.
CEOS: Erik Davis and Katrina Perry, fed-strat.com
Operates in the field of federal product
management, from procurement through
disposal of assets.
184 2,351% $3.8M 31
B3 GROUP 2008 LEESBURG, VA.
CEO: Dwight Hunt, b3groupinc.com
Engages in health I T services and support
requirements, such as organizing clinical
knowledge for decision support for the
186 2,344.5% $24.5M 160
ODL SERVICES 2012 VIRGINIA BEACH, VA.
CEO: Joseph Dalton, odlservices.com
Handles logistics and special ops support
for clients such as the Air Force Special
191 2,306.1% $2.6M 12
ARM CONSULTING 2005 LEESBURG, VA.
CEO: Angela Mitchell, armconsultingonline.com
Consults federal and public clients in human
resources, technology, and health care.
203 2,229.9% $3M 11
FEDWRITERS 2010 FAIRFAX, VA.
CEO: Mitchell Cho, fedwriters.com
Researches and creates proposals, regulatory
documents, marketing materials, and
multimedia content for government clients.
217 2, 144.9% $3.4M 45
AGIL3 TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
2012 ACCOKEEK, MD.
CEO: Belinda Lowe, agil3tech.com
Specializes in cybersecurity operations and
enterprise IT for U.S. agencies.
218 2, 140.9% $4.9M 45
2005 PASADENA, CALIF.
CEO: Annette Palazuelos, tridantsolutions.com
Supplies health care personnel and other
services to the armed forces.
223 2, 113.2% $2.6M 41
Y;TECH 2005 ANNAPOLIS JUNCTION, MD.
CEO: Hannibal Jackson, ytechllc.com
Consults in financial management, health care
IT, logistics, and human capital.
224 2,103% $11.7M 91
PHOENIX OPERATIONS GROUP
2011 WOODBINE, MD.
CEO: Greg Kamigawachi, phoenix-opsgroup.com
Creates tactical intelligence and data-analytics
programs for the military and government.
226 2,085.7% $6.1M 33
• •INTERAC TIVE GOVERNMENT HOLDINGS 2006 SPRINGFIELD, VA.
CEO: Michael Sanders, interactivegov.com
Does diverse work in post-award grants-management functions, relocation services,
and veteran assistance.
234 2,032% $8.7M 110
CAPITOL BRIDGE 2012 ARLINGTON, VA.
CEO: Nicholas Jordan, capitolbridgellc.com
Manages electronic documents, records, and
human services programs for the government.
239 2,004% $3.1M 27
CINTEL 2013 HUNTSVILLE, ALA.
CEO: Dale Jobes, cintel-inc.com
Creates programs in modeling and simulation,
energy, and cybersecurity.
252 1,941.8% $2.1M 21
2011 WASHINGTON, D. C.
CEO: Brian Moran, governmentcio.com
Produces Agile software and transformation
platforms to help government clients better
261 1,859.9% $45.7M 151
CETECHS 2009 MESA, ARIZ.
CEO: Wilbert Johnson, cetechs.net
Supplies sta;ng for engineering, health care,
and health care policy programs.
266 1,826.6% $6.6M 44
2M RESEARCH 2011 ARLINGTON, TEXAS
CEOS: Marcus Martin and Eddilisa Martin,
Conducts clinical testing and public health and
behavioral science research for government
and commercial clients.
285 1,706.3% $9.5M 75
T;REX SOLUTIONS 1999 GREENBELT, MD.
CEO: Sean Murphy, trexsolutionsllc.com
Provides IT services and support for federal
agencies, including Homeland Security and
the Department of Justice.
349 1,427.6% $195.5M 385
SEAMLESSDOCS 2013 NE W YORK CIT Y
CEO: Jonathon Ende, seamlessdocs.com
Creates online platforms for state and local
governments that enable paperless
transactions for processes, payments, and
353 1,418.4% $2.3M 34
ALPHA OMEGA INTEGRATION
2010 MCLEAN, VA.
CEO: Sujani Rangareddy,
Consults on business-process management,
big-data analytics, and other IT services.
355 1,415.3% $16.5M 83
WHAT IS THE MOST DIFFICULT THING TO EXPLAIN
TO YOUR EMPLOYEES ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS?
“We have contracts with the government with a set amount of funding. Any funding not used goes back to the government.”
—ANNETTE PALAZUELOS, Tridant Solutions