Technology Council of Maryland Names Agilex Government Contracting Firm of the Year
CHANTILLY, VA — Agilex, a leading provider of mission and technology solutions to the national security, homeland security, healthcare and public sectors, announced today that it was named the 2012 Government Contracting Firm of the Year by the Technology Council of Maryland (TCM). Agilex was honored for the success of its business strategy; its commitment to technology innovation and business ethics; and the significant impact the company has had on its clients’ performance. This annual award recognizes the leading government contractor in the Maryland, Northern Virginia and Washington, DC region. It was presented last night as part of the 24th Annual TCM Tech Awards ceremony.
“Over the past twenty-four years, the Technology Council of Maryland has recognized many of the region’s most innovative and successful companies. We are deeply honored to join this very prestigious group,” said Agilex Vice Chairman Jay Nussbaum. “Since our founding, we have been fortunate to partner closely with a number of exceptional government leaders. Working collaboratively, we’ve had a dramatic impact on the performance of a number of important missions. This award is tremendous validation for the success of these partnerships.”
Agilex was founded in 2007 by Nussbaum and Robert E. LaRose with a goal of providing more innovative IT solutions for the government’s
most strategic challenges. Agilex’ customer-driven approach brings together deep domain knowledge, world-class technology resources and a very agile business model to rapidly deliver customer-specific solutions. Due to the success of this approach, Agilex has quickly emerged as one of the region’s fastest growing companies.
Having been named TCM’s Government Contracting Firm of the Year, Agilex is also the first government contractor to be recognized with
three of the industry’s most prominent awards. Previously, the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce, the Professional Services Council (PSC) and Washington Technology magazine named Agilex the 2011 Greater Washington Government Contractor of the Year in the $25-75 million category. Earlier, Agilex was named the 2010 Hottest Emerging Government Contractor by the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) as part of the organization’s Hot Ticket awards program.
Agilex is an award-winning, employee-owned provider of mission and technology solutions to the national security, healthcare and public sectors. Headquartered in Chantilly, Virginia, we serve a majority of the Cabinet-level federal departments, including the Departments of Defense, Health & Human Services, Homeland Security, Justice and Veterans Affairs; members of the Intelligence Community; and a number of independent and quasi-independent agencies, such as Amtrak and the United States Postal Service. By bringing together Agility with Expertise, our 400 professionals help clients Realize the Value of Information®.
Agilex was named the 2011 Greater Washington Government Contractor of the Year in the $25-75M category. The company was also a recipient of a 2011 National Capital Business Ethics Award, which recognizes local companies for their sustained, executive-level commitment to promoting and maintaining an ethical business culture. Agilex was previously recognized as the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s (NVTC) 2010 Hottest Emerging Government Contractor for the Washington, DC region. The Washington Business Journal has ranked Agilex among the area’s fastest growing companies, twelfth in 2011 and number one overall in 2010.
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