Mission Essential Personnel Ranked High On Inc. 500 List for Fast Growth

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Mission Essential Personnel (MEP) was pleased today to be included on Inc. Magazine's prestigious "Inc. 500" rankings, based on percentage revenue growth. MEP is #52 overall and #8 among Government Services companies.

MEP is thrilled to be recognized by Inc. for its growth

Mission Essential Personnel (MEP) was pleased today to be included on Inc. Magazine's prestigious "Inc. 500" rankings, based on percentage revenue growth. MEP is #52 overall and #8 among Government Services companies.

"MEP is thrilled to be recognized by Inc. for its growth," said MEP CEO and co-founder Chad Monnin. "It's a testament to our company's focus on high quality service that we've achieved this rapid success."

MEP is a leading global professional services organization to the U.S. government, friendly foreign nations, and multi-national corporations. Renowned for providing linguists and cultural experts in the Middle East, Africa, and Europe, MEP also provides global training support, intelligence services, specialized human capital support, and program and policy management for the Departments of State and Defense, intelligence agencies, homeland security and law enforcement, and emerging markets.

"MEP's employees around the world deserve great credit for their commitment to our customers," said MEP COO Greg Miller. "They go above and beyond what's required in mission after mission and deserve our congratulations and thanks."

MEP focuses on recruiting, training and managing skilled individuals to support international missions. By any standard - business volume, physical facilities, revenues, or staff size - MEP's growth since its 2003 founding has been remarkable. In less than six years, it has grown from a handful of employees bidding for subcontracts to a major player providing operational support and training with 4,900 employees around the world. MEP has successfully managed more than 20 delivery orders globally, including prime contracts for language services in Afghanistan and Iraq.

In 2006, Ernst & Young named Monnin and Miller finalists for the E&Y Entrepreneurs of the Year award. Formerly Aegis, Mission Essential Personnel, in 2008 the company changed its name to Mission Essential Personnel, LLC. In 2009, it opened a major office in Chantilly, VA focused on business development in the national capital region. Also in 2009, the American Small Business Coalition presented MEP with its Founders Award for rapid growth and success serving U.S. Government personnel overseas.

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