The Book of Lists is out and the scores are in.
MicroTech is highlighted in the Washington Business Journal’s 2013 Book of Lists, the Greater Washington’s essential playbook of the best and brightest companies in the area. The Technical Trailblazer is recognized on seven surveys this year—up from being spotlighted on only four surveys in the 2012 book—from the Journal’s Corporate Philanthropy list to its Fastest-Growing Companies catalogue.
The Washington Business Journal is the leading source of comprehensive local business news for the Greater Washington area. Owned and operated by American City Business Journals, the nation's largest publisher of metropolitan business newspapers, the Journal has been in operation for over 20 years.
Their coffee table-sized Book of Lists provides hundreds of listings of the hottest companies in their fields based on different category listings from top media production to small technology companies.
MicroTech is featured on seven of the Journal’s Top Companies lists:
- No. 1 Corporate Philanthropist headquartered in Northern Virginia – Based on hours of MicroTech employee volunteer efforts
- No. 9 Corporate Philanthropist headquartered in Northern Virginia - Ranked by 2011 local giving
- Top 15 Private Companies in Northern Virginia - Based on revenue
- Fastest Growing Companies – Top 25 Northern Virginia company with eight straight years of growth
- Government Technology Contractors – Hired 9.6 percent more metro-area employees in 2011
- Top 15 Government Contract Awardees in Virginia - Awarded over $300 million in contracts
- No. 3 Telecommunications Service Provider headquartered in Northern Virginia – Ranked by metro-area employees
Fairfax County, Virginia, home to MicroTech Headquarters is also featured in the magazine as having the largest concentration of technology jobs in the United States.