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Washington Technology announces 2014 Fast 50

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OBXtek is the top firm on Washington Technology's Fast 50 list for the second year in a row. The Vienna, Va.-based IT firm, which counts the departments of Agriculture, Defense, Labor, State and Veterans Affairs among its top clients, saw its revenue climb at a compound annual growth rate of 281 percent. 

Rounding out the top five were Paragon Micro; Corps Solutions; Strategy and Management Services; and LongView International Technology Solutions -- each of which grew revenue by at least 181 percent. In all, 17 firms had CAGRs of 100 percent or more.  Washington Technology is an FCW sister publication, and publishes the Fast 50 each August. Click here for the full list and company profiles.

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