Company is now dangerously close to exceeding the size limit. “I’m not scared,” claims TCG President, Dan Turner.
Washington, D.C. — After first appearing on the Washington Business Journal’s “Small Technology Companies” list in 2009, TCG has made the list for an eighth consecutive time, ranked at No. 13 out of 30, a five-place leap from last year. The ranking is based on 2016 revenue for companies with less than 150 employees in the DC metro area.
“Some people think that it’s bad to stay a small business, with only incremental growth, for as long as we have. I disagree,” explains TCG President Daniel Turner. “Being on this list for eight years, particularly during and after the recession, shows that our company has consistently succeeded. We may not yet be a $100-million company, but we’re growing consistently and that means we provide stability and security for our customers and employees.”
TCG experienced a 20% increase in revenue, while the employee count increased by 26%. In 2016, TCG expanded its work with current clients; successfully acquired work at new agencies including the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of Technology Transfer (OTT), the US Department of Veterans Affairs, and US Courts; and became ISO 9001:2015 certified.
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