Arlington, VA (PRWEB) November 1, 2010
DRT Strategies, Inc. announces that in its second year of eligibility, the Washington Technology “2010 Fast 50” ranked the company 13th out of metro Washington DC’s most successful and fastest growing small businesses in the government market; leaping eight places from last year’s 21st place ranking. Washington Technology bases its rankings on compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from the previous five years. The annual index recognizes the critical role niche government contractors play in serving the government information technology (IT) sector.
"What is remarkable about the ‘Fast 50’ this year is the stunning success these companies have experienced in what is an otherwise down economy,” remarked Nick Wakeman, editor of Washington Technology. “Their accomplishments show what can be done through entrepreneurship, strong leadership, and smart employees. They also are great examples of the diverse set of skills and capabilities that contractors deliver to their government customers. These companies have earned the recognition that the ‘Fast 50’ brings."
“The DRT team is thrilled to be ranked in the 2010 Washington Technology Fast 50,” remarked Susan Kidd, founder and president of DRT Strategies. “We are passionate about delivering forward-thinking and meaningful results aligned with our clients’ mission and goals, and this honor is a direct result of the hard work, commitment, and collaborative effort the DRT team provides to our clients and to each other."
The Washington Technology “2010 Fast 50” ranks companies that are eligible as a small business, an 8(a) program company or a service-disabled, veteran-owned company based on revenue growth from 2005 through 2009 with at least $100,000 in government revenue in 2005. To view the complete rankings, please visit http://washingtontechnology.com/fast50lists/fast-50-lists/2010.
About DRT Strategies
DRT Strategies, Inc. (DRT) is a management consulting firm and leading provider of information technology, program management, and financial management services. DRT specializes in the implementation of innovative web solutions, enterprise system requirements, design, and quality assurance, project and program management, strategy planning and development, and business process engineering. DRT also provides value-added consulting services supporting acquisition, budgeting, financial planning, financial management, grants management, and financial/grants analysis. DRT serves large federal civilian government agencies, the U. S. Navy, and enterprise clients in the financial services sector. The company is a certified woman-owned, 8(a) small business (WOSB) headquartered in Arlington, Virginia with offices in San Diego, California and Atlanta, Georgia. More information on the company can be found at http://www.drtstrategies.com.