Pheniece Jones
Director, Media Relations, PSC

Northern Virginia Chamber and PSC Announce 2022 Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards™ Winners
Mike Daniels Named Hall of Fame Honoree and CALIBRE Systems Program of the Year 
Winners Were Announced at the 20th Annual Awards Gala on November 2  

Tysons, VA (Nov. 3, 2022) – The Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce (Northern Virginia Chamber) and Professional Services Council (PSC) named Mike Daniels the 2022 Hall of Fame Honoree and Lesley Anne Field this year’s Public Sector Partner during the sold-out 20th Annual Greater Washington Government Contractor AwardsTM (GovCon Awards). The GovCon Awards are the premier awards event for the Washington area government contracting community. Seven winners in both the Contractor of the Year and Executive of the Year categories were also named. 

Daniels is a globally recognized business entrepreneur, technology industry leader and investor. He has been directly involved in creating over $50 Billion in shareholder returns in high growth technology companies and holds a Wall Street record for one of the greatest returns on any investment in a five-year period, from purchase to sale. 

“It is an incredible honor to be named this year’s Hall of Fame honoree. Throughout my career, I have had the privilege of working with various businesses and startups to help them achieve success,” said Daniels. “As our industry continues to evolve, we will offer enduring innovation through talent and technology for generations to come.” 

Field is the Deputy Administrator for Federal Procurement Policy in the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Executive Office of the President, and is currently serving as Acting Administrator for Federal Procurement Policy. Her office is responsible for developing and implementing government- wide policies to support over $650 billion in federal contracting each year. 

The purpose of the GovCon Awards is to honor the exceptional work of the leaders and businesses in the region's government contracting sector. The award categories include: Contractor of the Year in four revenue categories and Executive of the Year in three revenue categories. 

“This year represents GovCon’s 20th Anniversary, a significant milestone of which we are all honored and proud. The Awards have never failed to be a sought-after achievement that reflects the best of the best in our Greater Washington government contracting industry,” said Julie Coons, Northern Virginia Chamber President and CEO. “Congratulations to all finalists and the winners of the 2022 Greater Washington Government Contractor AwardsTM.” 

The Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce Foundation (Foundation) was named the GovCon Awards’s 2022 Charity Partner. The Foundation is a 501c3 charitable nonprofit organization dedicated to building a stronger Northern Virginia community by developing programs that provide innovative solutions to our region’s workforce challenges. 

“It was a great honor and opportunity for the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce Foundation to be selected as the 2022 Charity Partner for the Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards. We raised over $4,350 during the Gala that will help fund the Foundation’s workforce innovation programs, including the GovCon Cohort of the Greater Washington Apprentice Network,” said Kathryn Falk, Market Vice President, Cox Communications Northern Virginia and Chairman of the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce Foundation. 

The 2022 Washington Government Contractor Awards Winners are: 
Program of the Year, Small: Coforma
Program of the Year, Large: CALIBRE Systems *PSC member
Contractor of the Year 
Up To $25 Million: BryceTech
$25 – 75 Million: Dark Wolf Solutions
$75 – 300 Million: Systems Planning and Analysis *PSC member
Over $300 Million: MTSI 

Executive of the Year 
Up to $75 Million: Gilbert Dussek, Gunnison Consulting Group 
$75 – 300 Million: Sukumar Iyer, Brillient Corporation
Over $300 Million: Jason Providakes, MITRE 
"PSC congratulates the 2022 Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards finalists and winners. Together they represent the best in the business at supporting the federal government’s missions and achieving great results for their agency customers. We also extend our congratulations to Lesley Field on the award for Public Sector Partner of the Year,” said PSC President and CEO, David Berteau. 

“We also commend Michael Daniels on his induction into the Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards Hall of Fame. This honor is a well-deserved recognition based on Mike’s exemplary public and private sector leadership and commitment to advancing technology innovation in government,” stated Berteau. 
More information about the GovCon Awards and a full list of finalists can be found at Follow the conversation on Twitter through @NovaChamber and @PSCSpeaks and hashtags: #GovCon2022 #GovConAwards #GovConAwards2022.


About the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce
Originally founded in 1925 as a Fairfax county-focused business advocacy organization, the Northern
Virginia Chamber has grown into the region's largest Chamber of Commerce, drawing members and
impacting policy across the Greater Washington D.C. Metropolitan Region. Today, representing close to
500,000 employees, the diversity of our community is one of our greatest assets, offering opportunities
to learn from one another and form personal connections that help guide lasting business growth.
The Chamber’s goal is to be considered not only a business partner but also an agent of change for
members. We do this through our work in government advocacy, education through events and
programs, networking, promotion of member businesses, and recognition through awards. We are
proud to have worked together over these many years to build a meaningful association that enriches
our community and look forward to continuing that good work.
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About PSC
PSC is the voice of the government technology and professional services industry. PSC’s more than
400 member companies represent small, medium and large businesses that provide federal agencies
with services of all kinds, including information technology, engineering, logistics, facilities
management, operations and maintenance, consulting, international development, scientific, social,
environmental services, and more. Together, the trade association’s members employ hundreds of
thousands of Americans in all 50 states. Follow PSC on Twitter @PSCSpeaks.
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