TYSONS CORNER, Va – June 10, 2013 - Leading services provider and technology integrator MicroTech is listed among Washington Technology’s 2013 Top 100 largest government contractors. Despite the across the board sequestration cutbacks that tore through the Federal budget, MicroTech ranked among the largest companies serving the government market for the fourth consecutive year. The Washington Technology Top 100 survey was based on the individual companies’ 2012 sales of IT, systems integration, communications, engineering, and other high-tech products and services. The data was gathered and analyzed by Washington Technology, Federal Procurement Data System, and Houlihan Lokey. “Learning to do more with less seems to be a constant mantra for the federal contractors on this year’s Top 100 list,” said MicroTech President & CEO, Tony Jimenez. “And I’d have to agree. But it’s not just that. It’s also about putting your money where it counts. MicroTech is continuing to excel despite the cutbacks, because we’ve reinvested a large portion of our revenue in research and development with cloud, analytics, and big data solutions.” MicroTech provides Technology Services, Network Systems Integration, Product Solutions, Cloud Computing, Unified Communications & Collaboration, Cyber Security, Mobility, Big Data Solutions, Financial Services, as well as leadership/management skills courses, business simulations and vital industry certifications as part of MicroTech University to commercial enterprises, along with the public sector - managing more than half-a-million technology users daily. A prime contractor of over 100 Federal projects and more-than-25 procurement vehicles, MicroTech offers access to 2500 vendors and a million technology products and services across the government. MicroTech was recently named a Computerworld Honors Laureate for using IT to promote the public good, was selected as Cisco’s Public Sector Emerging Partner of the Year for Data Center Architecture and earlier this year, MicroTech’s CEO, Tony Jimenez, was recognized for the third time as one of Federal Computer Week’s Federal 100 Executives for his outstanding government IT contributions.