Carahsoft is honored to be recognized for our outstanding performance by the industry, trade press and, most importantly, our partners.


Industry Recognition

Carahsoft Makes Fifth Consecutive Appearance
on Washington Business Journal’s Fast 50 List

Company Remains “Biggest of the Fastest” Companies in Metro DC Area

Reston, VA – November 15, 2011 – Carahsoft Technology Corp., the trusted government IT solutions provider, today announced that it has been ranked for the fifth consecutive year among the fastest growing companies in the Metro DC area by the Washington Business Journal. The publication’s 2011 Fast 50 list ranked companies by average revenue growth from 2008-2010.

With 2010 revenue of $834.5 million, Carahsoft was the largest company on this year’s list and ranked #20 based on an average revenue growth of 55.5 percent.

“To earn a spot on among the area’s fastest growing companies for the fifth year running is truly an honor. Our consistently rapid growth year-over-year speaks to the quality of the solutions and services we provide to our government customers,” said Craig P. Abod, Carahsoft president. “We appreciate the loyalty and support of our technology vendors, partners, and team members who are key to our ongoing success.”

Carahsoft’s inclusion on the 2011 Fast 50 list is the third honor the company has received from the Washington Business Journal this year. Carahsoft was also named to the publication’s Top Largest Private Companies list in July and the Largest Government Technology Contractors list in January. The Fast 50 list and a feature article on Carahsoft were included in the October 7-13, 2011 issue.

Carahsoft was founded in 2004 and serves as the master government partner and aggregator for many of the industry’s leading software brands including VMware, Adobe, Symantec, Red Hat, HP, SAP, EMC, and F5 among others. A top-ranked GSA contract holder and one of the top 100 government IT contractors in the nation, Carahsoft employs more than 225 people and will generate more than $1 billion in revenue in 2011.