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Congratulations to The ASBC Members in the WT Top 100!

Posted By Guy Timberlake, The American Small Business Coalition, LLC, Sunday, June 05, 2011
It's that time of year again when the folks at Washington Technology do the work to determine their Top 100 Federal Contractors and publish the results for all the world to see. As we have in the past, we want to send kudos to those companies on the list who participate in our membership program.

One of our newest PrimeConnection™ Members is AECOM Technology Corporation who comes in at #29 on the list. Out of the gate, these folks are leveraging us to identify viable small business partners for multiple upcoming efforts. We're looking forward to developing this relationship!

Chenega Federal Systems' parent company (Chenega Corporation) made the list at #65. Also a newcomer to The ASBC, we'll support their efforts to expand their current business success in the areas of Intelligence and Information Technology.

Camber Corporation ranked #87 on the Top 100 list and has tapped The ASBC multiple times to connect with viable partners in the lead and subcontractor role in their intelligence and homeland business segments.

Up twenty spots from last year at #42, Mission Essential Personnel is a one-time
CORE™ Small Business Member done good. Real good as a matter of fact! MEP, as they are known, came to us when they had only fifteen employees and is a Founding Member of The American Small Business Coalition and an avid supporter. They are our Principal Sponsor for 2011 and for the third consecutive year are the Presenting Sponsor of the Holiday Charity Bash™ our annual networking fundraiser supporting Wounded Warriors and military families of those disabled or killed in action in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Congratulations to each of our Corporate Members for their continuing accomplishments!

- The Chief Visionary

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