Chantilly, VA (PRWEB) September 14, 2013
Copper River IT, a leading provider of program-focused advanced network/systems engineering solutions and enterprise support services, announced their inclusion in the 2013 list of the “Top Fastest-Growing, Privately Held Companies in America” as named by Inc. Magazine. Selected as a “Top IT Services Company” with an annual growth of 232%, Copper River IT debuted at number 1,677 with the honor of also ranking in the “Top 100 Companies for the state of Virginia.”
“The last couple of years have resulted in the acquisition of an impressive portfolio of business for us,” states Ben Brucker, President of Copper River IT. “Through our dedicated investment in top notch engineering talent, coupled with our expansion of product and solution offerings, we look forward to continued growth and maximum results for our customers.”
Copper River has established itself as THE Solutions Provider for Government agencies as well as commercial verticals such as Service Provider, Healthcare, and Education. Copper River provides progressive, program-focused IT solutions based on expert engineering, agile execution and proven past performance. Copper River offers a full scope of IT and network capabilities including hardware/software procurement, network engineering, systems engineering, enterprise support services, and advanced network education solutions.
In addition to these capabilities, Copper River IT offers customers a variety of purchasing benefits through the satisfaction of small business and diversity contracting goal achievement. Copper River is a Federally Recognized Alaskan Tribal owned company and was certified as an 8(a)/Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) by the US Small Business Administration (SBA) in 2006. Copper River’s solutions are available through several state procurement contracts (VA VITA, FL Network Infrastructure, MD MEEC, TX DIR), Federal contract vehicles (GSA, NASA SEWP IV) as well as the ability to leverage the SBA 8(a) designation for sole source or set aside procurements.