Fors Marsh Group Selected as a Finalist for the 18th Annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards
Fors Marsh Group (FMG) was recently selected as a finalist in the Contractor of the Year: $25–$75 million category, for the 18th Annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards. These awards, on behalf of the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce and the Professional Services Council, honor innovative companies, industry heavyweights, and long-time pillars in the government contracting community for their commitment to excellence and role in shaping the marketplace.
“We are honored to be selected as a finalist for the Washington Government Contractor Awards. Our success is a direct product of FMG’s focus on expanding the company’s commitment to higher standards of business practice, creating a lasting positive impact, and ensuring staff are pursuing growth through professional development and work opportunities,” said Ben Garthwaite, FMG CEO.
FMG's immense growth over the past year is attributed to the expansion of its client list, extended suite of capabilities, and the unique challenges it is tackling. FMG’s client portfolio expanded vertically and horizontally, with the addition of new partnerships with the Department of Defense (DOD), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Science Foundation (NSF), and the U.S. Army. Additionally, FMG’s capabilities extended into the areas of human capital strategy, public policy evaluation, agile digital development, and program management. FMG welcomes these new opportunities for growth and plans to continue to enhance American lives through the improvement of federal programs’ outcomes.
View the full list of finalists and learn more about the 18th Annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards by visiting: https://novachamber.org/govcon-awards.
Fors Marsh Group is a company that uses business as a force for good. Since 2002, it has focused on applying science and strategy to create positive behavior change in people and program and policy improvements in large organizations and government. This work is conducted within seven core U.S. markets: health, defense, technology, finance, homeland security, policy, and consumer. As a B Corporation, FMG governs from a unique set of values and policies that compound the positive impact achieved for its employees, clients, and partners.