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Stephanie Kanowitz

Contributor, Route Fifty

Stephanie Kanowitz is a freelance writer based in northern Virginia.

CACI's big NGA win adds fuel to strong year of growth

CACI International holds the No. 12 spot on the Top 100 after booking a record $11.6 billion last year with $6.5 billion in new work, including its biggest win to date, a $1.5 billion deal with the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency.

Top 100 execs share insights on key tech trends

Customers want to move faster and Top 100 companies are investing in ways to bring leading-edge technologies to the market that can address the need for speed, plus enhance security and capabilities.

SAIC's deal for Unisys Federal pays dividends for growth

Leaping to No. 5 on the 2021 Top 100, Science Applications International Corp. leaned on Unisys Federal to achieve growth growth and two other recent deals set the stage for more opportunities ahead.

Top 100 newcomer no stranger to fed market

V3Gate, a Colorado-based valued-added reseller, has leveraged its strong ties to the VA and DHS to grow and crack the 2021 Top 100. One of its leaders explains its strategy and the opportunities ahead.

DOD’ developing 5G pilot for telerobotic surgery

The Defense Department will be conducting 5G-based telemedicine pilots, experimenting with augmented reality medial training and robotic surgery.

Emergency communications plan eye emerging tech, better cyber

Resilient, secure and interoperable systems are the focus of the newest update to the National Emergency Communications Plan.

Top 100: Peraton embraces change to drive its growth

Peraton is two years out from its spinoff from Harris Corp. and recent contract wins and an acquisition show that the company is embracing change as a growth engine.

Top 100: CenturyLink moves forward post Level 3 integration

With the Level 3 integration behind it and EIS opportunities on the horizon, CenturyLink looks for more growth in the federal market.

Top 100: SAIC moves forward through transitions and transformations

SAIC is undergoing a major leadership change as well as the integration of a major acquisition as it focuses on growth and winning more contracts.

Top 100: Accenture fuses commercial chops with government focus

Accenture applies lessons from its commercial business to capture what customers want today and where they are headed in the future.

Top 100: Booz Allen pushes into second century with AI focus

Booz Allen Hamilton is over 100 years old and sees a bright future marrying cutting edge technology to its management consulting legacy.

Virginia's Loudoun County powers the data center market

A combination of bandwidth and connectivity have drawn data services and cloud providers to the Loudoun County in Northern Virginia county, making it home to 70 percent of the world's internet traffic.

Fast 50: Titania goes from blank slate to up-and-comer

Titania Solutions started as blank sheet of paper in 2012 but is now 100 people strong and growing, thanks to a few strategic wins and focus on its people.

FAST 50: B3 bets on big IDIQ and wins

B3 Group had just seven employees when it bid on VA's $21 billion T4NG contract and that successful bid has made a huge difference for the company.

Fast 50 : With steady beat Metronome finds its success

Metronome builds its rhythm of success through its adherence to five core values: passion, improving, teammates, mission and celebrating success.

Fast 50: AbleVets embraces its growing pains

From a small start to explosive growth, AbleVets has kept focused on its mission: Help veterans and active-duty service members.

Top 100: SAIC takes 2017 momentum forward

The last year has been good to SAIC and the company's leaders see more opportunities to protect its business while expanding into new areas. Here's a look at how they are doing it.

TOP 100: CACI sets sights on growing fixed-price contracting

CACI International has a three-prong strategy that banks on delighting customers, winning recompetes and new work and growing its fixed-price contracting.

TOP 100: The principles behind ECS Federal's push to $1B

ECS Federal has gone through some significant changes in the past year but its core and its goal remain firmly in place.

TOP 100: How SAIC's forward focus captures opportunities today

Science Applications International Corp. is already seeing benefits from hits Ingenuity 2015 strategy as it wins new contracts and customers in the federal market.