Leading services provider and technology integrator MicroTech was recognized as the most successful Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) by Washington Technology Magazine on its Top 100 list of largest prime contractors in the federal marketplace.
This is the third consecutive year that MicroTech has made the list. In a down market beset by government shutdowns and budget delays, MicroTech climbed 32 spaces in the same poll from two years ago.
The Washington Technology 2012 Top 100 is based on an analysis of data from the Federal Procurement Data System-Next Generation. The information analyzed covers the 2011 government fiscal year, ending Sept. 30. The rankings reflect only prime contracts.
MicroTech provides technology services, systems integration, product solutions, cloud computing, unified communications and collaboration, cyber security, mobility, and social media analytics to commercial enterprises, along with the public sector -- managing more than half a million tech users daily.
A prime contractor of over 100 federal projects and more than 25 procurement vehicles, MicroTech offers access to 2,500 vendors and a million tech products and services across the government.
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The organization has been repeatedly recognized for leadership in the federal sector. SmartCEO Magazine chose MicroTech as a GovStar "Star Performer" winner that has experienced tremendous growth patterns as a government contractor. Tony Jimenez, MicroTech's CEO, is a two-time winner of the Federal 100 and has been honored by the AFFIRM government trade group with the executive leadership award.
MicroTech was No. 18 on the 2011 HispanicBusiness 500 list of leading Hispanic-owned companies in the U.S., with revenue in 2010 of $331.1 million.
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