We’re proud of the recognition that Catapult Technology and its people have earned. Following are the industry awards and recognition over the last decade:
Catapult was ranked #24 on the Washington Business Journal’s list of Government Technology Contractors.
Catapult was selected as one of the “Future 50”, a group of leading Metro Washington, DC companies recognized by Washington SmartCEO magazine. The Future 50 will be recognized at an awards event at the Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner in Vienna, VA on January 31st, 2013. Catapult President & CEO Mark Hunker will accept the award on behalf of the company.
Catapult’s relationship with Defense Continuity Integrated Network (DCIN)/U.S. Army Information Technology Agency (USAITA) was awarded the Outsourcing Excellence Award in the Best Partnership category. The award was presented by the Outsourcing Center, an online community that helps build a greater understanding of how businesses can create value through outsourcing.
Catapult was a Finalist for the Volt Award in the “Cyber Warrior” category as part of its Leaders in Technology program through Washington SmartCEO magazine.
Catapult was ranked #46 on Federal Times’ list of Top Contractors Providing Computer Programming Services.
Catapult was ranked #28 on Federal Times’ list of Top Contractors Providing Operations & Maintenance at Information Technology and Telecommunications Facilities.
Catapult won the Contractor Excellence in Partnership Award through the Coalition for Government Procurement. The Excellence in Partnership Awards are given to contractors that serve the General Services Administration’s Federal Acquisition Service (FAS). The award falls in the $100 million or more revenue category.
The Gazette of Politics & Business 4th Annual Exceptional 53 Awards has recognized Catapult CEO Randy Slager as one of 53 business leaders.
Founder and former CEO Randy Slager was been selected as the Entrepreneur of the Year by the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce Business Awards.
Founder and former CEO Randy Slager was selected as Finalist for the Executive of the Year Award through the Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards™. This event is organized by the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce, Professional Services Council and Washington Technology.
Catapult ranked #2248 on the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest growing private companies in America.
Federal Times ranked Catapult #17 on the list of the top government contractors.
The Washington Business Journal ranked Catapult #50 on its list of 100 Largest Private Companies.
Catapult’s web site was chosen as a Finalist for the 9th Annual American Business Awards in two categories: Best Design and Best Writing/Content. The web site was completely overhauled in 2010, and these Finalist selections attest to its successful communication of Catapult’s message.
Catapult won the Administrator’s Award for Mentorship Excellence in recognition of Catapult’s participation in the U.S. General Services Administration’s (GSA) Mentor-Protégé program. The award was presented to Catapult and its protégé, DEXISIVE, Inc. (a Woman-Owned Small Business/Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business).
President and CEO Mark Hunker was selected as a winner of Washington SmartCEO magazine’s SmartCXO Awards. He was one of 10 winners in the COO category. (Hunker was formerly COO of Catapult until June 2012.) The CXO Awards recognize leading Washington area C-level executives.
Michael White, Service Desk Operations Supervisor on the GSA Infrastructure Technology Global Operations (GITGO) contract for General Services Administration, was chosen Customer Service Contact Center Professional of the Year through the 5th annual Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service. White is a leader at Catapult’s call center operation serving the GITGO contract in Chambersburg, PA.
Catapult ranked #30 on the Washington Business Journal’s Top 50 Government Technology Contractors ranked by metro Washington DC area employees.
Catapult was a Finalist for the GovStar Awards in the “Star Performer” category, an award which recognizes a government contractor that has experienced tremendous growth patterns through organic growth. The GovStar awards are sponsored by SmartCEO magazine and Sheppard Mullin. A portion of the proceeds was donated to the Wounded EOD Warrior Foundation.
Catapult was a Semi-Finalist for the 8th Annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards™ in the Government Contracting Firm of the Year category. This event is organized by the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce, Professional Services Council and Washington Technology.
Former President Barry Kane was selected as Executive of the Year award finalist for the Tech Council of Maryland’s annual awards.
Founder and former CEO Randy Slager was named Business Leader of the Year through the Leadership Portfolio awards and subsequently appeared on Leaders Portfolio with Rebecca Blacksmith, a business leadership interview program that runs on Washington, DC’s WWRC-Money 1260 Radio.
Catapult was ranked #2 on Washington Technology’s list of the Top 25 8(a) companies for 2009, according to total revenue during fiscal year 2008. This was the last 8(a) recognition for Catapult, which graduated from the 8(a) program in March 2010.
- Ranked #15 on the list of the top government contractors providing telecommunications network management services in fiscal year 2010.
- Ranked #5 on the list of top 100 contracting firms owned by service-disabled veterans.
Washington Business Journal:
- Ranked #17 on the list of 50 Fastest Growing Companies in the Metro DC area for 2010.
- Ranked #28 on the list of the 50 top technology employers in the Metro DC area.
- Ranked #59 on the list of the 100 Largest Private Companies in the Washington DC Metro area, ranked by 2009 revenue.
Catapult was ranked #1678 on the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest growing companies in America.
Catapult was selected as one of the Future 50, a list of the 50 fastest-growing companies in the Greater Washington area based on employee and revenue growth, published by SmartCEO magazine.
Founder and former CEO Randy Slager was selected as one of SmartCEO magazine’s Smart 100, a group of leading CEOs in the Metro Washington, DC area.
Mark Ware, formerly Service Desk Manager at Catapult’s call center operation in Chambersburg, PA, won the Customer Service Manager of the Year Award in the fourth annual Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service. The call center operation serves Catapult’s largest contract, GSA Infrastructure Technology Global Operations (GITGO), valued at $200 million.
Outsourcing Excellence Award in the Best in IT Infrastructure category – Catapult’s relationship with General Services Administration (GSA) on the GSA Infrastructure Technology Global Operations (GITGO) contract was awarded the Outsourcing Excellence Award in the Best in IT Infrastructure category, among 100 other outsourcing partnerships across a range of industries. The award was presented in conjunction with the Outsourcing Center, Everest Group, and Forbes magazine. Everest Group is an analyst firm. The Outsourcing Group is an organization that helps build a greater understanding of how businesses can create value through outsourcing.
Government Contracting Firm of the Year – Catapult won the Government Contracting Firm of the Year at the Tech Council of Maryland’s 21st Annual Tech Awards on May 14th, 2009. Catapult was one of five finalists and won based on its ability to provide exemplary service either as a prime or subcontractor.
Greater Washington Contractor Award – Catapult was one of five finalists for the Government Contractor award (category: $75 million to $300 million in revenue). Additionally, founder and former CEO Randy J. Slager, was selected as a finalist for Executive of the Year in the same revenue category. The awards are presented by the Fairfax County (VA) Chamber of Commerce, Professional Services Council (PSC), and Washington Technology magazine.
50 Fastest Growing Companies – The Washington Business Journal selected Catapult as one of the Greater Washington area’s 50 Fastest Growing Companies. Catapult fell within the top 25, ranking #17.
The Washington Business Journal’s list of the Top 50 Technology Employers in the Washington, DC metro area. Catapult was ranked #37
Washington Technology magazine’s Top 25 8(a) Contractors in the nation. Catapult was ranked #2 (up from #5 in 2008).
Catapult was selected from 100 Maryland companies for the P&B Exceptional 53, a list published by the Gazette of Politics and News (Montgomery County, Maryland). Catapult was ranked #28.
Excellence.Gov – Recognized Catapult’s relationship with General Services Administration (GSA) on the GSA Infrastructure Technology Global Operations (GITGO).
Catapult’s Chief Financial Officer David Thornton was one of five finalists for the CFO of the Year award presented by the Washington Business Journal.
Catapult’s Chief Technology Officer David Lyons was selected as one of five finalists for the Commercial Sector CIO/CTO of the Year category in the Mid-Atlantic CIO&CTO Live 4 Awards as presented by the Tech Council of Maryland. This category had 24 nominations.
25 CEOs You Need to Know – Founder and former CEO Randy J. Slager was recognized by the Gazette of Politics and Business as one of 25 CEOs You Need to Know, acknowledging Montgomery County (Maryland) CEOs. Slager was selected from 150 nominations.
Inc. 5000 – Ranked #1452
Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year. Founder and former CEO Randy Slager was a finalist in this annual award’s Maryland program.
Washington Technology’s Top 25 8(a) Contractors in the nation – Ranked #5
Deloitte Maryland Technology Fast 50 – Ranked #41
Inc. 5000 – Ranked #726
Federal Times 2007 annual ranking of Governmentwide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) vendors – Ranked #21
Deloitte Technology Fast 500 – Ranked #441
Inc. 5000 – Ranked #4465
Maryland Technology Fast 50 – Ranked #21
Deloitte Fast 500 2006 – Ranked #269 in Software industry category
Maryland Technology Fast 50 2006 – Ranked #13
Tech Council of Maryland – Named founder and former CEO Randy Slager “Entrepreneur of the Year.”
Washington Technology – Ranked #21 as part of the publication’s listing of the Top 25 8(a) Contractors, based on total 8(a) prime contract IT revenue for 2005.
Inc. 500 – Ranked #31 of the Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies in America.
INPUT – Ranked #1 Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Information Technology Government Contractors.
Inc. 500 – Ranked #111 of the Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies in America.
Washington Techway ‘Fast 50’ – Ranked #12 among the fastest-growing technology businesses in the National Capital area.
Washington Techway ‘Fast 50’ – Ranked #26
Special Recognition Award – Recognized by the Assistant Secretary for Administration for mission-critical IT and Telecommunications support responding to the events of September 11, 2001.
Department of Transportation Small Business of the Year Award – Recognized by then-Secretary of Transportation Norman Y. Mineta.