Premier Global IT Systems Integrator Serving the Federal and Intelligence Communities Recognized as One of the Washington Area's Top Businesses on Exclusive List
December 19, 2011 (Ashburn, VA) - Intelligent Decisions (ID), Inc., a premier global IT systems integrator, announced today that it was named to The Washington Post’s 2011 “Post 200” list of the top Washington, DC, area businesses for the first time. The influential “Post 200” list is a selection of the Washington region’s biggest companies, law firms, banks, nonprofit groups, hospital operators, universities and professional sports teams.
ID joins the “Post 200” list in the category of private companies, which is led by the candy giant Mars, as well as other well-known private sector companies, including Geico, Hilton Worldwide and Long & Foster. Overall, the private sector list includes major construction firms, financial giants, consultants and media firms.
“We are absolutely thrilled to be recognized on the ‘Post 200’ for the first time and to be among some of the region’s – not to mention this nation’s – top private companies named to the prestigious annual list,” said Harry Martin, founder, president and CEO of Intelligent Decisions. “As someone who grew up in this area, and views ‘The Washington Post’ as their hometown newspaper, being named to this list holds a significant personal meaning for me as well.”
More than 300 companies, law and lobby firms, banks and credit unions, and nonprofit organizations based in or with major operations in the District, Virginia and Maryland are surveyed by The Washington Post for the annual “Post 200.” Each list was created using its own methodology. ID and other private companies were ranked by revenue, based on their most recent annual earnings.
The “Post 200” starts with a list of the 90 largest public companies with headquarters in the District and its suburbs. The rest of the list is made up of many of the largest private companies such as ID and nonprofit groups headquartered in the area; the region's largest employers, law firms and lobbying organizations; its major sports teams, hospital operators and universities; and foreign companies with U.S. headquarters in the area.