Semi-Finalists Selected for 11th DC-Area Business Ethics Awards

Arlington, VA - September 20, 2011 - Serving as Greater Washington's hub for companies that demonstrate ethical behavior, the National Capital Business Ethics Awards (NCBEA) program has announced the semi-finalists for this year. Recipients will be recognized at a ceremony on October 13th at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Tyson's Corner, Va.

The event will recognize companies that have demonstrated their integrity, civic and social responsibility, and business excellence. An independent panel of judges from business, academia, public service and consulting is evaluating the entries and will select the finalists and winners at the event. Judges have identified these nominees as semi-finalists:

Micro Company Category (only a few employees):
  • Arc Aspicio - management consulting
  • E-volve Technology Systems, Inc. – government contracting
  • Sroka Design – interior design
  • Sunrise Landscape & Design – landscape maintenance
Small Company Category (fewer than 100 employees):
  • Curry's Auto Service – auto repair
  • Davis, Carter, Scott, Ltd. – architecture/planning
  • LIST Innovative Solutions – IT services
  • RightStar, Inc. – service management
Medium Company Category (100 - 250 employees):
  • Agilex Technologies, Inc. – IT services
  • Centuria Corporation – government contracting
  • My Plumber Heating and Cooling – plumbing services
Large Company Category (more than 250 employees):
  • Capitol Concierge, Inc. – concierge services
  • HeiTech Services, Inc. – government contracting
  • MicroTech – IT services
  • Modern Technology Solutions, Inc. – consulting services
  • PESystems, Inc. – government contracting
 

About NCBEA

Each fall NCBEA recognizes Washington, D.C.-area companies that have demonstrated their integrity, civic and social responsibility, and business excellence in the Greater Washington region. Hosted by the National Capital Chapter of the Society of Financial Services Professionals in partnership with George Mason University, the competition is open to any organization (except financial service companies). Recipients have an executive-level commitment to ethics, specific examples of the implementation of a code of conduct and clear communication that sets expectations for ethical behavior.   
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