Washington Business Journal

FALLS CHURCH VA, June 10, 2016. Kingfisher Systems, Inc., a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), delivers information technology, cyber security, and other National Security support to the Federal Government and was again been recognized by the Washington Business Journal. Kingfisher Systems, Inc. ranks #16 on their list of Veteran Owned Companies. The list includes Washington DC area technology companies ranked based on previous year’s revenue and employee growth. This recognition complements other Kingfisher Systems, Inc. achievements, which include the Washington Business Journal Fast 50 list, and Best Place to Work. In the past, Kingfisher Systems, Inc. was also selected as a nominee by the Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum as a Small Business Partner of the Year. Finally, Inc 500/5000 welcomed Kingfisher Systems, Inc. on their list for five consecutive years.

Roy Reed, Kingfisher Systems, Inc.’s Chief Executive Officer and President is pleased with the work by the dedicated and energetic staff that made these awards and achievements possible. “Once again, this shows the hard work and dedication of our team to deliver the best products and services to our growing list of satisfied customers.”

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 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.

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