CALIBRE Named as 2019 Nominee for the Greater Washington Business Awards

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CALIBRE is a nominee for the 2019 Greater Washington Business Awards.

This awards honors and celebrates the leadership of individuals, businesses, and nonprofits that serve as powerful champions for good in our community.

CALIBRE Systems, Inc. (CALIBRE) is a nominee for the 2019 Greater Washington Business Awards. Formerly the Outstanding Corporate Citizenship Awards, The Greater Washington Good Business Awards is the Northern Virginia Chamber’s premier event of the year, bringing together more than 600 business and community leaders from across the Greater Washington region. CALIBRE will be at the awards ceremony on the morning of June 7th at the Ritz Carlton, Tysons Corner where the winner will be announced. An audience of 600+ leaders including the region’s top senior executives, political leaders, business professionals, entrepreneurs, and emerging young professionals will also be in attendance.

Presented by the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Washington Good Business Awards honors and celebrates the leadership of individuals, businesses, and nonprofits that serve as powerful champions for good in our community. From corporate social responsibility champions, to nonprofit organizations that help solve the region’s greatest challenges, the Greater Washington Good Business Awards honors purposeful community leadership, corporate efforts that make a positive impact, and individuals that do good.

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About CALIBRE
CALIBRE is an employee-owned management consulting and information technology solutions company supporting government and industry. CALIBRE delivers enduring solutions that solve management, technology, and program challenges in the areas of financial performance and logistics; health and information management; human capital training and management; and infrastructure, engineering, and environment.

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