ThunderCat Technology Named in Washington Technology’s Top 100 list at #63

ThunderCat Technology | September 08, 2020

ThunderCat Technology, a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) that delivers technology products and services to the federal government, announced today that it has been named to Washington Technology’s Top 100 list at #63, which is one of the leading indicators measuring the performance of the largest contractors in the government market. This is ThunderCat’s seventh appearance on the list. The companies are ranked by their prime contract dollars in IT, systems integrations, telecommunications, and professional services. Washington Technology has ranked the 100 largest government contractors for more than two decades, and it is viewed as one of the best barometers of the federal market’s competitive landscape.

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