Arlington, Virginia (PRWEB) May 02, 2012
Evoke Research and Consulting has been selected as a nominee for Government Contractor of the Year Award in the $6 to $12 million-in-revenue category by the Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) for the Fourth Annual SECAF Awards. This year more than 200 nominations were received by SECAF and finalists were divided into six revenue-based categories.
"It’s an honor to be considered among such a distinguished and resourceful group of leaders in our category,” said Greg Blaisdell, co-owner of Evoke Research and Consulting. “Our consultants assist our Federal clients with managing complex processes that are often ‘behind-the-scenes,’ so we are especially happy to be recognized with this nomination from peers in our industry.”
The SECAF awards gala is the premier event recognizing small and emerging companies doing outstanding work within the government contracting community, particularly those who benefit the Washington, D.C. region.
“We especially enjoy helping our clients evolve their business,” said Jim Loreto, co-owner of Evoke. “On a daily basis, our experts engage with clients to provide program and portfolio management, financial management, business process re-engineering, and strategic consulting. It’s our pleasure to assist with process improvement and governance. We take extreme pride in finding enough cost savings and cost avoidance to pay for our services several times over.”
The SECAF organization serves as a connector between small- and growing-government contractors and larger partners and government agencies. Small and mid-sized businesses will be recognized at a May 3, evening gala in McLean, Va., where the award winners will be announced.
About Evoke Research and Consulting
Evoke Research and Consulting is a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned, Small Business management consulting firm located in Arlington, Virginia. Evoke Research and Consulting supplies smart, tactically agile enterprise consultants who assist Federal clients in managing complex processes.