Local company named top job creator
Locally headquartered FCi Federal has been recognized by Inc. Magazine as the country’s top job creator in the government services industry from 2008 to 2011.
Since 2008, FCi Federal has added 767 jobs and now employs more than 1,300 people in 41 states and territories. Before 2008, the company had less than 100 employees.
It was also named the top job creator in any industry in Virginia and the Washington, D.C. metro area.
Among all the private companies in the U.S., FCi Federal is ranked No. 19 in job creation. Sitting on top of the Top 100 is the security industry’s Universal Services of America out of Santa Ana, Calif., which has created more than 17,000 jobs over the same span and generates more than $250 million in revenue per year.
“I take so much pride in knowing that the company I started has provided careers to hundreds of hard-working people across the country,” FCi Federal founder Sharon Virts Mozer said in a news release. “Through process innovation, training, and a coaching leadership style, our employees have significantly improved our federal client’s ability to cost effectively address their growing workloads.”
FCi Federal, which was known as FedConsulting Inc. from its inception in 1991 to 2001, was originally founded by Mozer to assist companies with the identification, qualification and pursuit of business in the Federal Information Technology market. In 2005, she refocused the company on providing direct contractual support to the government with records management, Freedom of Information Act and other program management support services.
In August, the magazine also named FCi Federal the 215th fastest-growing private company in the U.S. It is the 17th fastest growing government services provider in the country, growing by 1,686.3 percent in the last three years.
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