For Immediate Release
September 01, 2011 – McLean, Virginia
GCS Earns Ranking in Washington Technology Fast 50 and Inc. 5000 Listings
Company’s Exceptional Growth Attributed to Expanding Program Management
McLean, Va., Sept. 1, 2011…GCS, a professional services and solutions provider to federal government and industry clients, was recently recognized on both the 2011 Washington Technology Fast 50 and Inc. Magazine’s 2011 Inc. 5000 lists for impressive growth.
Ranked 34 on the Washington Technology Fast 50 list, GCS is among the 50 fastest-growing small-business government contractors according to their compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from 2006 to 2010. The company achieved an 82.45% CAGR, indicating a tremendous growth of more than $20 million in annual revenue during that period.
Additionally, GCS was included in Inc. Magazine’s national 2011 Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies. This marks the company’s 4th consecutive year of recognition on this list.
Attributing the company’s continued growth to the expansion of its program management service offerings, GCS CEO Nicole Geller points to the staff’s expertise in IT-related initiatives and their ability to meet the complex needs of agencies looking to prepare, update and expand their technology across the enterprise.
“We’ve seen such organic growth between acquisition management and program management,” said Ms. Geller. “Our clients are increasingly relying on our program management expertise, and many have extended our scope of work.”
In speaking about the recent recognition, Ms. Geller added, “We are most pleased and privileged to have been included on these lists for the past few years. I have great respect for the accomplishments of many of these organizations and appreciate the focus and dedication they represent.”
Founded in 1995 and located in McLean, Va., GCS is a professional services and solutions provider to federal government and industry clients nationwide. The company’s 200 experts deliver impressive results in the areas of acquisition lifecycle management, contract support, performance improvement, and program management.
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