Top Workplaces 2015

Meet the 150 companies in the D.C. area with the highest ratings from their employees

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1. Capital One

Eighth graders attend a Capital One financial literacy workshop. (Courtesy of Capital One)
  • Founded: 1994
  • Sector: Financial services and insurance
  • Headquarters: McLean, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 203
  • Local Employees: 4,779
  • Total employees: 46,000
  • capitalone.com

One of the largest banking companies in the country, Capital One Financial has been on a tear over the past year, officially opening an addition to its headquarters in McLean, Va. , in November. The company has brought several celebrity guests to the new space, including Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and film director Spike Lee, to speak to employees about topics such as innovation and disruption. In addition, Capital One now has two digital lab spaces where tech-minded teams dream up the company's latest products and services in offices that feature integrated sound systems, allowing employees to change the mood of their workplace with a few taps on their smartphones. On top of the standard vacation allowances, associates can purchase an additional week of time off each year.

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  • Awards: Management
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2. Keller Williams Capital Properties

Keller Williams holds classroom-style trainings for its agents. (Courtesy of Keller Williams)
  • Founded: 2005
  • Sector: Real estate
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 6
  • Local Employees: 679
  • Total employees: 679
  • kwcapitalproperties.com

Keller Williams is one of the fastest-growing companies in the country, landing on the Inc. 500/5000 list for the fifth consecutive year and topping the list of the fastest-growing real estate brokerage firms for the second straight year. Company profits are shared with the firm's agents, so at the end of each month, about half of the firm's profits are distributed among the owners and the other half is divided up among the agents. Keller Williams also gives back to the community by supporting programs focused on education and affordable housing.

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  • Awards: Job training
  • Perks: Financial
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3. 2U

2U employees celebrate the company's initial public offering in March 2014. (NASDAQ: TWOU)
  • Founded: 2008
  • Sector: Education
  • Headquarters: Landover, Md.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 575
  • Total employees: 800
  • 2u.com

Adding to its list of accolades, 2U -- which helps colleges and universities create online degree programs -- was last year named one of Inc. Magazine's 10 Tech Companies Helping Humanity. The company, which has worked with Georgetown University, Syracuse University and the University of North Carolina, held its first school-supply drive last year to collect and distribute items to local schools in communities where it operates. More than 200 employees donated more than 2,000 pounds of supplies. 2U prides itself on offering casual and social workspaces where employees in jeans brainstorm over company-provided snacks and sodas.

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  • Awards: Leadership
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4. Great American Restaurants

(Courtesy of Great American Restaurants)
  • Founded: 1974
  • Sector: Hospitality, entertainment, recreation and travel
  • Headquarters: Fairfax, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 14
  • Local Employees: 1,400
  • Total employees: 1,700
  • greatamericanrestaurants.com

Great American Restaurants, the company behind Washington area eateries such as Sweetwater Tavern and the Carlyle Restaurant expanded into Maryland last year with its third Coastal Flats location, this one in Gaithersburg. With help from its customers, the company contributes to a number of food-related philanthropic organizations, such as Share Our Strength's Dine Out for No Kid Hungry campaign. In fact, each of the company's restaurants donates 25 cents from the sale of every dessert to a charity partner. Managers are given $100 each month on a house check card that allows them a dinner at one of the company's restaurants. The practice encourages feedback among managers.

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  • Awards: Efficiency
  • Perks: Social butterfly
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5. George Washington's Mount Vernon

Blacksmith Nicholas Kimball works at his forge at Mt. Vernon. (Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)
  • Founded: 1853
  • Sector: Nonprofit
  • Headquarters: Mount Vernon, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 585
  • Total employees: 590
  • mountvernon.org

Mount Vernon, the most visited historic home in the nation, strives to be one of the best places to work. In addition to top-notch benefits, the company's employees receive discounts on dining, shopping and admission to the grounds, as well as discounts on private events. With its educational focus in mind, Mount Vernon offers programs that help bring history and culture to local inner-city schools. In addition, some of the produce grown on the site's working farm is donated to Washington area food banks.

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6. HITT Contracting

(Courtesy of HITT Contracting)
  • Founded: 1937
  • Sector: Construction
  • Headquarters: Falls Church, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 653
  • Total employees: 763
  • hitt-gc.com

HITT Contracting, which started as a small family-owned business in Arlington, Va. , has grown into a dominant general contracting company with offices from Washington to Charleston, S.C., to Denver. On top of a holistic benefits package that includes medical, dental and group life insurance, the company offers an on-site cafe and group yoga and fitness classes. Employees also can take part in company-sponsored intramural teams, golf outings and subcontractor appreciation days.

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7. Noblis

(Courtesy of Noblis)
  • Founded: 1996
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Falls Church, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 6
  • Local Employees: 691
  • Total employees: 1,033
  • noblis.org

Noblis, a nonprofit science, technology and strategy research organization, offers its employees educational assistance plans along with traditional benefits. The group -- which works with partners on projects as diverse as DNA sequencing, counterterrorism and air traffic management -- also offers its team members identity-theft-protection services, a telecommuting program and flex-work schedules. Every Wednesday, the company holds its Mid-Week Treats gatherings for employees to gather around sweets and other goodies.

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8. WilmerHale

Counsel Arian June tutors a student. (Courtesy of WilmerHale)
  • Founded: 2004
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 653
  • Total employees: 1,916
  • wilmerhale.com

WilmerHale, which has a global reach and headquarters split between Washington and Boston, offers its employees a number of family-related perks, including elderly care services, emergency child-care facilities and summer programs for children. In 2014, Working Mother magazine named WilmerHale one of the country's top law firms for women for the seventh consecutive year. The firm's Career Advancement Program helps new and young associates navigate their way up the ladder.

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9. Erickson Living

Erickson employees attend a breast cancer awareness event in Springfield, Va. (Courtesy of Erickson Living)
  • Founded: 1983
  • Sector: Real estate
  • Headquarters: Baltimore, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 3
  • Local Employees: 3,038
  • Total employees: 15,000
  • ericksonliving.com

Started more than 30 years ago in Catonsville, Md., Erickson Living has expanded to provide senior-care services across 10 states. Erickson offers its employees an array of insurance benefits, tuition assistance programs, professional credential assistance programs and public transportation discounts. The company also offers training sessions and workshops to help employees advance their careers.

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  • Perks: Family
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10. Mitre

Mitre employees test a prototype in the company parking lot. (Courtesy of Mitre)
  • Founded: 1958
  • Sector: Nonprofit
  • Headquarters: McLean, Va.
  • Local Employees: 3,713
  • Total employees: 6,800
  • mitre.org

Mitre is really a nonprofit that supports government agencies such as the Defense Department, the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Homeland Security by managing federally funded research and development centers. Mitre employees can request up to 40 hours each year of paid "civic time" to put toward charitable activities. In addition, the organization's Embrace Your Health program includes onsite fitness centers and massages as well as free flu shots for employees and their dependents. Employees also have access to up to $25,000 per year in tuition assistance for advanced education.

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  • Awards: Work-life balance
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11. REI Systems

(Courtesy of REI Systems)
  • Founded: 1989
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Sterling, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 3
  • Local Employees: 506
  • Total employees: 512
  • reisystems.com

The owners of REI Systems probably care a lot about their employees -- because they are the employees. The employee-owned corporation provides an array of information technology solutions to clients in the public and private sectors. The company is committed to environmental sustainability; over the past few years, it has done away with all Styrofoam cups in favor of personal ceramic cups for each employee and on-site recycling centers for electronic devices. New employees start with 15 days of vacation per year, and workers can donate unused vacation days to peers who have emergencies. In addition, the company provides on-the-spot monetary awards and reimbursement for home Internet service.

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  • Perks: Work-life balance
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12. Cvent

Cvent employees attend a service event. (Courtesy of Cvent)
  • Founded: 1999
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: McLean, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 631
  • Total employees: 1,694
  • cvent.com

A purveyor of cloud-based event management software, Cvent provides its employees with a robust benefits package, international travel opportunities and stock options. The company also offers free life insurance and long-term disability coverage, as well as a collaborative work environment. Every year, employees dress up for a Halloween costume contest, and the company also holds an annual paintball tournament.

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  • Perks: Financial
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13. Financial Industry Regulatory Authority

(Courtesy of Financial Industry Regulatory Authority)
  • Founded: 1939
  • Sector: Financial services and insurance
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 1,545
  • Total employees: 3,400
  • finra.org

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority works to protect American investors from fraud, monitoring upward of 6 billion shares changing hands every day. Its employees tend to stick around, as nearly 20 percent have been with FINRA for at least 15 years. In part, that may be because of the group's retiree medical savings program, which stores money that can be used to pay for health-care premiums during retirement. FINRA also held an organization-wide volunteer service campaign from Sept. 11 to Oct. 31, 2014, and nearly 1,000 employees volunteered more than 7,800 hours in various local communities.

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14. ECS Federal

ECS Federal employees participate in a charity walk in Orlando to fight breast cancer. (Randy Ball)
  • Founded: 2001
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Fairfax, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 69
  • Local Employees: 518
  • Total employees: 1,285
  • ecs-federal.com

ECS Federal provides management and technology solutions to the U.S. government. For its employees, it provides a comprehensive benefits package and offers education assistance and contributions to savings plans. The company sponsors a volunteer program that executives call ECS Engage, under which employees can apply for grants to support volunteer activities and community involvement. On Halloween, candy donations are collected and sent to troops overseas, and around the holidays, the company sponsors families in need, collecting gifts for residents in nearby Alexandria, Va.

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15. ActioNet

ActionNet employees participate in an annual "Iron Chef" competition. (Jeff Abish)
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Vienna, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 10
  • Local Employees: 1,039
  • Total employees: 1,456
  • actionet.com

ActioNet, an information technology and software development specialist, is a minority- and woman-owned company. It offers its employees flexible work hours and performance-based incentive plans, along with a suite of insurance benefits, professional training reimbursement programs and, for eligible employees, up to $100 every month toward commuter costs. ActioNet also runs a mentor-protege program that pairs new employees with more seasoned staff members.

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16. AT&T

(Courtesy of AT&T)
  • Founded: 1885
  • Sector: Utilities and telecommunications
  • Headquarters: Dallas, Tex.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 93
  • Local Employees: 2,709
  • Total employees: 240,000
  • att.com

The telecommunications giant employs about 2,700 people in the Washington area, many of whom participate in the company's global AT&T Foundation. Through the foundation, the company supports efforts to address worldwide quality-of-life issues, with a particular focus on education and community development. Management and non-management employees also have access to a host of benefits, including medical, dental and vision insurance, as well as plans that cover commuter costs.

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17. Deltek

(Courtesy of Deltek)
  • Founded: 1983
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Herndon, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 575
  • Total employees: 2,050
  • deltek.com

Deltek, a software and federal data firm, sells to nearly every one of the area's largest government contractors. Its headquarters has five coffee bars, a teched-out game room and no walled-in offices. Every workspace is touched by direct sunlight. The company offers flexible work hours and a casual dress environment. Deltek employees also have access to travel assistance and college savings programs.

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18. Maximus

Maximus employee Tirhas Wubneh. (Courtesy of Maximus)
  • Founded: 1975
  • Sector: Health care
  • Headquarters: Reston, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 6
  • Local Employees: 515
  • Total employees: 13,000
  • maximus.com

Maximus helps governments manage health-care and human services programs, such as Medicare and Medicaid. Every employee is eligible for bonuses based on company, division and personal performance. Through the Maximus Foundation, grants have been awarded to nonprofit organizations that share the company's commitment to helping disadvantaged populations, including For Love of Children, Jill's House and KEEN Greater DC. Since 2000, the foundation has contributed $1.5 million to local nonprofits.

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19. DMI

DMI holds an annual grilling competition. (Courtesy of DMI)
  • Founded: 2002
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Bethesda, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 70
  • Local Employees: 851
  • Total employees: 1,800
  • dminc.com

Started in a basement by Sunny Bajaj in 2002, mobile technology and data analytics company DMI has grown quickly over the past decade and a half. Still, the company maintains a tech start-up atmosphere, with on-site ping-pong tables, free snacks and annual grilling competitions with local chef judges. The company now has offices worldwide, including in Chennai, India, and Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

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20. MedImmune

MedImmune scientists work in a laboratory. (Courtesy of MedImmune)
  • Sector: Life sciences
  • Headquarters: Gaithersburg, Md.
  • Local Employees: 1,416
  • Total employees: 1,475
  • medimmune.com

MedImmune is the research arm of pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca, best known for developing FluMist, a nasal flu vaccine. Through AstraZeneca's health and welfare program, MedImmune's full-time -- and many part-time -- employees are eligible for an array of insurance benefits. The company also offers flexible work schedules and a relatively high dollar-for-dollar match on 401(k) plans of up to 6 percent of pay per period.

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21. Geico

Social media manager Kurt Wirth smooches his favorite gecko. (Kate Warren)
  • Founded: 1936
  • Sector: Financial services and insurance
  • Headquarters: Chevy Chase, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 2,340
  • Total employees: 30,000
  • geico.com

The Government Employees Insurance Co., better known as Geico, insures more than 20 million vehicles across the United States. The company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway holding company, is coming off a hiring boom in which it added 500 associates. Geico boasts that nearly 80 percent of its executives moved up from an entry-level position. Chief executive Tony Nicely started at the company as a clerk at age 18.

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22. Comcast

Comcast CEO Brian L. Roberts. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
  • Founded: 1963
  • Sector: Utilities and telecommunications
  • Headquarters: Philadelphia, Pa.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 35
  • Local Employees: 2,990
  • Total employees: 139,000
  • comcastcorporation.com

One of the nation's telecommunications titans, Comcast has built its business on bringing cable television, Internet and phone service to houses and businesses. More recently, the company has been branching out into "smart home" services that seek to automate a homeowner's thermostat and give them home security systems and video monitoring with the touch of a tablet. Employees get discounted cable and Internet services, tuition reimbursement, and a stock plan. The company's benefits run the gamut from fun to practical: A partnership with Fandango allows employees discounted movie tickets, and employees also can get confidential counseling for themselves or their families.

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  • Perks: Health-minded, Financial
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23. Sprint

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  • Founded: 1938
  • Sector: Utilities and telecommunications
  • Headquarters: Overland Park, Kan.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 31
  • Local Employees: 1,544
  • Total employees: 31,000
  • sprint.com

Telecommunications company Sprint, with its big-name subsidiaries Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile Assurance Wireless, says it was the first national carrier to offer 4G services. The company has made the Dow Jones Sustainability Index for the past four years, and says it served 56 million connections at the end of 2014.

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24. CoStar Group

CoStar owns an airplane so it can snap aerial photos of construction sites. (Courtesy of CoStar)
  • Sector: Real estate
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 3
  • Local Employees: 971
  • Total employees: 2,400
  • costargroup.com

CoStar aims to provide real estate agents and buyers with the up-to-date information they need to operate in a transparent market. From its headquarters in Washington, the company operates online marketplaces LoopNet and Apartments.com, and recently added an aerial surveillance plane to its information-gathering services.

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25. CACI International

CACI Executive Chairman Jack London. (Jeffrey MacMillan)
  • Founded: 1962
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Arlington, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 34
  • Local Employees: 6,723
  • Total employees: 16,300
  • caci.com

In the world of federal contracting, CACI is one of the bigger players, working on everything from logistics to IT and cybersecurity. The company has more than 120 national and international offices answering to its Arlington headquarters. Its CACI Cares initiative tries to nudge employees out the door to focus on charitable giving, with an emphasis on opportunities that also support their professional development.

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1. Applied Predictive Technologies

APT employees make a cupcake run. (Courtesy of Applied Predictive Technologies)
  • Founded: 1999
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Arlington, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 233
  • Total employees: 308
  • predictivetechnologies.com

Applied Predictive Technologies is known for hiring whiz kids straight out of high school to apply big-data analytics to everyday business problems. APT says that data involving 20 percent of the U.S. retail economy passes through one of its platforms. The company made national news at the beginning of 2015 year by announcing a $600 million buyout by Mastercard. APT seeks to combine the entrepreneurial spirit of a start-up with the rich benefits of a larger company, paying 100 percent of employees' health insurance premiums and awarding sabbaticals to those who stick around longer than six years.

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  • Awards: Clued-in senior management
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2. St. Stephen's and St. Agnes School

(Courtesy of St. Stephen's and St. Agnes School)
  • Sector: Education
  • Headquarters: Alexandria, Va.
  • Local Employees: 253
  • Total employees: 253
  • sssas.org

St. Stephen's and St. Agnes is an Episcopal day school that serves more than 1,000 students from pre-K through 12th grade. The school aims to set itself apart by offering advanced math and technology courses, including computer programming and 3-D modeling workshops, and by keeping class sizes to 10 to 18 students. Following the company's educational mission, the school offers employees grants for summer study, and a qualified tuition reimbursement plan for employees' children.

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3. MicroPact

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  • Founded: 1997
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Herndon, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 176
  • Total employees: 181
  • micropact.com

MicroPact designs Web-based engineering products for government agencies and commercial customers, specializing in data-centric business process services. Since its founding in 1997 -- just three years after the company's founder and chief executive Kris Collo graduated from high school -- the company has grown to serve 97 percent of federal agencies in some capacity, and recently announced separate partnerships with consulting giants Booz Allen Hamilton and DeLoitte. The company boasted a 49 percent increase in sales last year. To help employees stay current with evolving trends in technology, the company reimburses up to $2,500 each year for tuition or professional development.

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4. So Others Might Eat

Breakfast and lunch are served every day in SOME’s dining rooms. (Thom Wolf)
  • Founded: 1970
  • Sector: Nonprofit
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 251
  • Total employees: 340
  • some.org

Interfaith social support organization So Others Might Eat (SOME) has been providing food and clothing for the District's homeless since 1970, working with tens of thousands of volunteers to provide more than 400,000 meals in 2013 alone. The past three presidents have visited the organization, and the entire Obama family showed up to volunteer in 2010. Leave hours are pooled into a company-wide "sick-leave bank" that employees can draw on when needed.

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  • Awards: Purposeful work
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5. United Therapeutics

(Courtesy of United Therapeutics)
  • Founded: 1996
  • Sector: Life sciences
  • Headquarters: Silver Spring, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 207
  • Total employees: 675
  • unither.com

The biotechnology drug company United Therapeutics was founded 19 years ago by a telecommunications executive whose daughter was diagnosed with pulmonary arterial hypertension, a harmful form of high blood pressure specific to a person's lungs. Among other benefits, the company's human resources department offers a wellness program featuring a four-week meditation class. Employees can take advantage of a full-service coffee and smoothie bar with complimentary healthful snacks, and they have access to a Wii and Xbox station and ping pong, pool and foosball tables during the day.

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  • Awards: Strategy
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6. Carfax

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  • Founded: 1986
  • Sector: Retail
  • Headquarters: Centreville, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 312
  • Total employees: 626
  • carfax.com

Carfax represents its own breed of IT firm, hyper-specializing in providing practical auto information in partnership with about 32,000 car dealers across the 50 states. For more than a decade, Glassdoor, an employer review site, has put Carfax in the top 2 percent of companies nationwide in which 89 percent of employees say they would recommend the company to a friend. For the past few years, Carfax employees participated in an annual Bike to the Beach benefit for autism awareness, raising more than $50,000 while biking from Washington, D.C., to Dewey Beach, Del.

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  • Perks: Family
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7. Appian

(Courtesy of Appian)
  • Founded: 1999
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Reston, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 274
  • Total employees: 300
  • appian.com

Appian is a technology company that sets itself apart by taking its business solutions mobile, offering an application platform that helps organizations collaborate and share data on mobile devices. Chief executive Matt Calkins made Washingtonian's list of 100 top tech leaders, and he outlines new initiatives each year at AppianWorld, the company's annual conference for tech companies.

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8. SAP NS2

Eighteen veterans complete a professional development program. (Courtesy of SAP NS2)
  • Founded: 2010
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Rockville, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 174
  • Total employees: 330
  • SAPNS2.com

A subsidiary of software giant SAP, National Securities Services provides analytics, database, cybersecurity and mobile applications for customers across the U. S. national security establishment. Just four years on the scene, the company is boasting revenue of $302 million. As a workplace, the company reaches into its roots in the security establishment by going out of its way to hire recently returned veterans; it has hired 37 veterans in an office of just a few hundred employees.

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  • Perks: Family
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9. Praxis Engineering Technologies

Praxis employees attend an annual charity golf outing. (Courtesy of Praxis Engineering Technologies)
  • Founded: 2002
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Annapolis Junction, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 4
  • Local Employees: 279
  • Total employees: 285
  • praxiseng.com

Praxis Engineering Technologies, an engineering and software firm, finds unusual ways to give back to the community. Each winter, employees participate in a Polar Bear Plunge, in which they jump into the frozen Chesapeake Bay to raise money for the Special Olympics. The company's charity golf outing raised more than $130,000, including $35,000 for veteran resiliency services out of Fort Meade in Maryland. The company prioritizes word of mouth in its hiring process; 60 percent of employees come in through a referral.

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  • Perks: Financial
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10. Modus Hotels

(Courtesy of Modus Hotels)
  • Founded: 1979
  • Sector: Hospitality, entertainment, recreation and travel
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 7
  • Local Employees: 240
  • Total employees: 450
  • modushotels.com

National hospitality operator Modus Hotels got its start in the 1970s when chairman and founder Conrad Cafritz started transforming high-rise apartment buildings into hotels. These days, Modus is pioneering its "micro hotel" concept in D.C.'s Penn Quarter neighborhood, which the company hopes will function as part hotel suite, part community gathering space. In 2015, the company plans to create "Modus University," an internal learning and development curriculum coupled with a wellness program for the self-improvement-minded.

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  • Awards: Employee appreciation
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11. National Cooperative Bank

NCB staff celebrate the 2014 Top Workplaces award. (Courtesy of National Cooperative Bank)
  • Founded: 1978
  • Sector: Financial services and insurance
  • Headquarters: Arlington, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 180
  • Total employees: 314
  • ncb.coop

National Cooperative Bank seeks to set itself apart by supporting socially conscious ventures such housing cooperatives, community associations, business cooperatives and enterprises that serve low-income communities. More recently, the bank has been branching out into the energy field. The company recently embarked on a $370 million financing venture for solar energy systems across 10 states.

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12. Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School

(Courtesy of Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School)
  • Founded: 1970
  • Sector: Education
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 253
  • Total employees: 253
  • carlosrosario.org

The Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School, a District-based adult education school, has garnered national accolades for its work in immigrant integration, serving 2,500 students annually from 85 countries, pupils who speak 40 languages and range in age from 17 to 84. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor recently visited the school to speak with students, and Vice President Biden chose Carlos Rosario as a platform to encourage the public to sign up for health insurance.

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13. WeddingWire

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  • Founded: 2007
  • Sector: Retail
  • Headquarters: Chevy Chase, Md.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 328
  • Total employees: 350
  • weddingwire.com

WeddingWire has made its name by bringing technological sophistication to a $70 billion industry that has driven engaged couples crazy for centuries. The company's online resources allow couples to search for, compare and book wedding vendors, photographers and other services. Inside the office, the young firm shoots for laid-back and entrepreneurial culture. WeddingWire maintains a company-wide ping-pong ranking, it has a "zen" room where employees can chill out on comfy couches under dim lighting and it schedules a constant stream of events to keep the buzz going.

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  • Awards: Leadership
  • Perks: Social butterfly
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14. Edelman Financial Services

Employees celebrate Edelman being a 2014 Top Workplace. (Courtesy of Edelman Financial Services)
  • Founded: 1987
  • Sector: Financial services and insurance
  • Headquarters: Fairfax, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 7
  • Local Employees: 268
  • Total employees: 585
  • edelmanfinancial.com

Edelman targets an often-overlooked niche in the finance spectrum, handling 401(k) plans for small businesses and helping individuals and families plan for the future. Edelman seeks to keep the workplace fun with company-wide get-togethers outside the office. Last summer, all of the employees left their desks for a World Cup-themed gathering that featured soccer trivia and Brazilian-style food.

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15. Perkins Coie

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  • Founded: 1919
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Seattle, Wash.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 175
  • Total employees: 2,000
  • perkinscoie.com

Perkins Coie has been around for nearly 100 years, but continues to notch new accolades every year. It was the 17th-largest law firm in the country by headcount, according to Law360's 2014 ranking. It also received a top ranking in 19 practice areas from Chambers and Partners, a publication that ranks lawyers and the firms that employ them.

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16. Tenable Network Security

Employees attend Tenable's Halloween party. (Courtesy of Tenable Network Security)
  • Founded: 2002
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Columbia , Md.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 248
  • Total employees: 377
  • tenable.com

Tenable is an early leader in the field of cybersecurity. Its developers work out of a single office in Columbia, Md. , to protect some of the world's most coveted and sensitive data sources. Chief executive Ron Gula serves on the advisory board of the Maryland Cybersecurity Center, working jointly with industry and government to develop educational programs for the next generation of cybersecurity professionals. And the rest of the office is similarly invested in the field. Tenable's employees raised $60,000 in a 5K benefit for science, engineering, technology and mathematics scholarships. The company's data security products are employed by the Pentagon, nonprofit organizations and some of the world's largest corporations.

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17. Champion Realty

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  • Founded: 1987
  • Sector: Real estate
  • Headquarters: Severna Park, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 8
  • Local Employees: 272
  • Total employees: 272
  • championrealty.com

Champion Realty's sales associates focus on the Chesapeake region, spread out across eight locations along the coast of Maryland. Champion is a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate and part of HomeServices of America, which it says is the second-largest independent real estate company in the country.

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18. Delta Resources

Employees gather at a 2014 get-together in Leesburg, Va. (Courtesy of Delta Resources)
  • Founded: 2000
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Alexandria, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 4
  • Local Employees: 239
  • Total employees: 272
  • deltaresources.com

Delta Resources provides technical and operational expertise to the federal government, with its largest pool of revenue coming from the Navy. The contractor has various initiatives to encourage employees to give back to the community. In addition to matching up to $250 in employees' charitable donations, the company's "Dollars for Doers" program gives $25 to a charity for every 10 hours an employee volunteers there.

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19. Systems Planning and Analysis

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  • Founded: 1972
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Alexandria, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 353
  • Total employees: 450
  • spa.com

Since the founding of Systems Planning and Analysis in 1970, the defense contractor has added its 450 employees the old-fashioned way -- hiring them one by one -- rather than acquiring smaller offices or merging with competitors. The company seems to do everything as a team -- even weight loss. In December, SPA held a "two ton" celebration commemorating a collective 2,000 pounds lost in a five-year company-wide Weight Watchers program.

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20. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

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  • Founded: 1925
  • Sector: Health care
  • Headquarters: Rockville, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 284
  • Total employees: 284
  • asha.org

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association certifies credentials for more than 173,000 specialized professionals. Audiologists who treat hearing and balance disorders, speech-language pathologists who treat speech problems, and a range of other specialists all look to the organization for resources, credentialing and representation. Keeping with the group's health-related mission, the association offers a robust wellness program. It holds three exercise classes every day and staff members participated in a Mediterranean diet challenge to encourage people to try something new.

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21. John Snow Inc.

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  • Founded: 1978
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Boston, Mass.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 372
  • Total employees: 2,500
  • jsi.com

John Snow Inc. and its nonprofit JSI Research & Training Institute are public health management consulting and research organizations dedicated to improving the health of individuals and communities throughout the world. Most employees are spread across 106 countries and provide on-the-ground services for local health systems. The company "adopts" local families during the holidays, providing dinner and gifts for them, and organizes groups to raise money for the AIDS Walk and Race for Hope. Given its global reach, diversity is not a problem for JSI; the company estimates that its local employees represent more than 60 nationalities.

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22. Walker & Dunlop

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  • Founded: 1937
  • Sector: Real estate
  • Headquarters: Bethesda, Md.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 164
  • Total employees: 460
  • walkerdunlop.com

Walker & Dunlop has a long history of offering commercial real estate financing, but the past decade has been a watershed. The company grew from a small regional firm into a nationally competitive, publicly traded company with 22 national offices answering to its headquarters in Bethesda, Md. More recently, the company has been adding sales-brokerage services, buying Engler Financial Group, a Georgia real estate firm that finances apartment buildings across the Southeast. Walker & Dunlop complements its profit-bearing real estate work with charitable activities designed to reduce homelessness, and has donated more than $160,000 to a range of charities that focus on housing.

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23. Kelley Drye & Warren

Kelley Drye participates in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. (Courtesy of Kelley Drye & Warren)
  • Founded: 1896
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: New York, N.Y.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 206
  • Total employees: 642
  • kelleydrye.com

Kelley Drye & Warren has lawyers working in 30 practice areas as far apart as Los Angeles and Belgium, but the D. C. office is among its largest. The firm's secret to avoiding the negatives of a high-stress field lies in keeping things light. For the past two years, the firm has held a Take Your Dog to Work Day, featuring doggie yoga and company-wide walks around Georgetown. Around the holidays, employees form a company-wide choir.

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24. Alarm.com

Alarm.com employees chat at the Tysons Corner headquarters. (Ruthy Goldman)
  • Founded: 2000
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Vienna, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 223
  • Total employees: 500
  • alarm.com

This is proving to be an eventful year for Alarm.com. The 15-year-old technology company just filed for its initial public offering and announced plans to move its headquarters to Tysons Corner, Va. , in the fall. The fast-growing company aims to be the epitome of what tech mavens call "the Internet of things," in which a variety of devices and everyday appliances can be connected through the global network. The company describes its technology as the largest smart-home platform. It allows homeowners to monitor and control their homes remotely, such as locking and unlocking doors or changing the thermostat via phone or smartwatch.

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25. Choptank Transport

Choptank employees are pictured at work. (Courtesy of Choptank Transport)
  • Founded: 2000
  • Sector: Distribution, logistics and freight
  • Headquarters: Preston, Md.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 168
  • Total employees: 195
  • choptanktransport.com

Choptank got its start in 2000 by shipping produce for local farmers on Maryland's Eastern Shore and it grew over 15 years into a national firm that provides logistics for truckers and those purchasing their services. The company had 35 employees in 2009 and now has about 170 people in offices across five major cities, all managed from its headquarters in Preston, Md., a small town adjacent to ChopTank River on the Eastern Shore. The company says keeping employees motivated is about offering the right incentives. Last year, chief executive Geoff Turner promised to shave his head if all of the company's sales and logistics departments met their year-end goals. It worked.

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26. NES Associates

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  • Founded: 2006
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Alexandria, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 4
  • Local Employees: 276
  • Total employees: 362
  • nesassociates.com

NES Associates provides a range of network engineering and information technology services. The company was one of seven small and midsize businesses to win a piece of a five-year, $1.4 billion Defense Information Systems Agency contract for network support.

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27. Emergency Medicine Associates

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  • Founded: 1971
  • Sector: Health care
  • Headquarters: Germantown, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 14
  • Local Employees: 339
  • Total employees: 350
  • emaonline.com

Emergency Medicine Associates, which started more than 40 years ago at one hospital, has become one of the largest emergency medical staffing agencies in the Washington region, with a reach extending to three states and the District. The company manages hospital contracts and staffs hospitals with physicians. Rather than adorn its office walls with bland motivational posters, the company's headquarters in Germantown, Md., is decorated with professionally framed photography taken by employees.

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  • Perks: Health-minded
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28. Novavax

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  • Founded: 1987
  • Sector: Life sciences
  • Headquarters: Gaithersburg, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 3
  • Local Employees: 276
  • Total employees: 310
  • novavax.com

Novavax works at the earliest stages of disease containment, developing vaccines that preempt some of the nastiest and fastest-moving infectious diseases. The company is working on vaccines designed to combat influenza, rabies, a virus that causes respiratory tract infections and more. To build the right team of researchers, chief executive Stan Erck interviews job applicants before they are offered a position.

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29. OGSystems

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  • Founded: 2005
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Chantilly, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 4
  • Local Employees: 248
  • Total employees: 260
  • ogsystems.com

OGSystems is a technology consultancy that has grown rapidly since its inception in 2005. The company has boasted a year-over-year growth rate of 100 percent since its founding, and employees tend to stay. The company has maintained a retention rate of 96 percent. The company has more than 20 prime contracts, and its products plug into the geospatial analysis and cybersecurity needs of government and commercial customers. Lately, the company is focusing on taking its expertise mobile; the latest iteration of its LiMo app just hit the Google play store. It allows scientists and mapping specialists to map and mine complex data on the go.

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30. Gensler

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  • Founded: 1982
  • Sector: Construction
  • Headquarters: San Francisco, Calif.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 298
  • Total employees: 4,757
  • gensler.com

Gensler is a design, architecture and planning firm that shoots for both local touch and global reach. Architects in the company's K Street office in Washington work on projects as far away as Shanghai. The firm has been hired by many top corporate clients, and most recently nabbed the job to design the new Mercedes-Benz office in Atlanta. The company tries hard to stay on top of emerging ideas. It has been holding "think tank" get-togethers for pressing issues facing employers. In November, for instance, it held an event on changes in the fields of retail and health and wellness.

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31. The Container Store

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  • Founded: 1978
  • Sector: Retail
  • Headquarters: Coppell, Tex.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 5
  • Local Employees: 243
  • Total employees: 5,000
  • containerstore.com

When the first Container Store opened in 1978 in Dallas, many wondered whether a store could make it in a competitive retail market selling only empty containers. But over the next three decades, the store grew into a national chain that now includes five D.C. area locations peddling anything that can be used to store something. Employees receive a 40 percent discount on store products.

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32. immixGroup

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  • Founded: 1997
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: McLean, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 265
  • Total employees: 265
  • immixgroup.com

ImmixGroup lives in the gap between contractors and the government, helping technology businesses navigate the requirements of federal bureaucracy, and providing the government's contracting officers with a navigable database of IT companies and the products they offer. The company runs a corporate university to help train employees, gives staff members time off to volunteer in the community and has a telecommuting program.

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33. NFM Lending

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  • Founded: 1998
  • Sector: Financial services and insurance
  • Headquarters: Linthicum, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 7
  • Local Employees: 158
  • Total employees: 280
  • nfmlending.com

Since its founding in 1998, NFM Lending has grown quickly from a boutique family-owned mortgage broker to a lender with national reach. The company hit the Inc. 500's list of fastest-growing companies in 2004 and 2005, and branched out to Virginia's real estate market in 2009, cementing its reach in the D.C. metropolitan area. Chief executive and founder David Silverman was recognized as one of the 100 most influential mortgage executives in the nation for 2013 by Mortgage Executives magazine.

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34. IQ Solutions

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  • Founded: 1993
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Rockville, Md.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 198
  • Total employees: 275
  • iqsolutions.com

IQ Solutions is among a number of local firms plugging into a lucrative and fast-growing market for health-related information technology services. Effective use of health data extends not only to the organization's work, but also around the office space. The company's wellness program has earned numerous awards from the Washington human resources community. The company has complimentary on-site clinics, treadmill workstations and financial incentives for healthy behaviors.

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35. Buchanan & Edwards

COO Mike Innella addresses new hires during orientation. (Courtesy of Buchanan & Edwards)
  • Founded: 1998
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Arlington, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 243
  • Total employees: 243
  • buchanan-edwards.com

Buchanan & Edwards, a management consultancy and technology services provider, works with a variety of government agencies. The company's contract management technology, ForceAnalytix, includes a suite of services that automate the most granular aspects of contract management. The software is designed to help businesses more easily consolidate existing contracts information to meet the needs of federal customers.

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36. Iron Bow Techologies

Iron Bow employees convene at a sales conference. (Courtesy of Iron Bow)
  • Founded: 1983
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Chantilly, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 241
  • Total employees: 335
  • ironbow.com

Iron Bow Technologies is an information technology contractor that sells other companies' technology and provides services for some of the country's sensitive projects. Twenty-three percent of the company's employees have security clearances. The firm's leaders say the company is entrepreneurial and family-oriented. And they like holidays. They hand out cake pops on St. Patrick's Day and cookies and milk on Valentine's Day, and hold over-the-top decorating contests on Halloween.

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37. Van Metre

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  • Founded: 1955
  • Sector: Construction
  • Headquarters: Fairfax, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 18
  • Local Employees: 391
  • Total employees: 522
  • vanmetrecompanies.com

Most real estate companies narrow in on a specific niche, but Van Metre does it all. As a multidisciplinary real estate developer, it has built more than 16,000 homes across large swaths of Northern Virginia. Named for founder A.G. Van Metre, a longtime District resident who started the company in 1955, the company steps beyond construction to include master planning of large-scale developments such as neighborhood subdivisions and planned communities. The company set up a foundation to give back. It has raised more than $2.7 million for Children's National Medical Center through an annual fun run, it is a member of HomeAid Northern Virginia and it has raised more than $600,000 for Capital Caring.

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38. CustomInk

Employees lead guests on tours at CustomInk's Mosaic location. (Courtesy of CustomInk)
  • Founded: 2000
  • Sector: Retail
  • Headquarters: Fairfax, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 450
  • Total employees: 1,200
  • customink.com

CustomInk provides official-quality custom apparel online for small groups and everyday people, and it recently announced a new sponsorship platform to help small groups raise money for custom products. The 450 employees at the company's headquarters in the Mosaic District of Fairfax, Va., enjoy free catered lunches and on-site frozen yogurt machines.

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39. Buckley Sandler

Employees in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. (Courtesy of Buckley Sandler)
  • Founded: 2009
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 201
  • Total employees: 260
  • buckleysandler.com

The Buckley Sandler law firm has more than 150 lawyers spread out across five offices. The team is hyper-focused on financial services, helping corporations and individuals through government enforcement and regulatory issues. The firm was formed in 2009 by a group of lawyers fleeing bigger firms, and its leaders say lawyers still come to Buckley Sandler for the culture. The firm also recruits from its counterparts in government, including a former attorney general of Maryland, and government enforcement lawyers from agencies such as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

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40. Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox

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  • Founded: 1978
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 368
  • Total employees: 378
  • skgf.com

Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox is a specialized law firm that has built a 35-year record of cases almost entirely focused on intellectual property: building and enforcing worldwide IP portfolios, prosecuting trademark and patent applications, and advising firms. The firm gives back to the community by lending its skills to the less fortunate, operating a pro bono practice that focuses on the intersection between intellectual property and human rights and that the firm says is the first of its kind.

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41. A. Morton Thomas and Associates

A rendering shows an AMT project in Blacksburg, Va. (Courtesy of A. Morton Thomas & Associates)
  • Founded: 1955
  • Sector: Construction
  • Headquarters: Rockville, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 5
  • Local Employees: 229
  • Total employees: 382
  • amtengineering.com

A. Morton Thomas and Associates handles the many aspects of planning a construction site. The company employs civil engineers and surveyors, for instance, to design the network of utility pipes and wires that go beneath a planned house, and its staff can even handle traffic planning. The company was named to Engineering News Record's Top 500 design firms list, and aims to foster ingenuity in its employees through the company culture.

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42. Integrity Applications

Chief executive Joe Brickley enjoys Ice Cream Sandwich Day. (Courtesy of Integrity Applications)
  • Founded: 1999
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Chantilly, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 380
  • Total employees: 602
  • integrity-apps.com

Integrity Applications is a veteran-owned military contractor that designs products for the nation's intelligence community. The firm tries to set itself apart by hiring employees who have well-established reputations within the intelligence community, helping the firm translate its engineering and software services for direct use in military information-gathering. Employees receive traditional benefits such as matching contributions to 4019k) plans in addition to rarer offerings such as behavioral health, disability and infertility benefits.

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43. Whitman-Walker Health

Whitman-Walker's new health center is seen during construction. (Courtesy of Whitman-Walker Health)
  • Founded: 1978
  • Sector: Nonprofit
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 170
  • Total employees: 170
  • whitman-walker.org

Whitman-Walker operates three health centers in the District, where it specializes in meeting the needs of the region's HIV-positive population. The group serves nearly 15,000 people annually, administers 10,000 free HIV tests every year and provides free treatment for sexually transmitted diseases. Work-life balance is important: The organization offers adoption benefits, paternity leave, and allowances for employees to take time to attend their children's school-related activities.

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44. Impaq International

Co-founder Jake Benus talks to employees' children. (Courtesy of Impaq International)
  • Founded: 2001
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Columbia, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 211
  • Total employees: 300
  • impaqint.com

The policy analysis firm Impaq International puts the District's data minds together to improve government policies. Through large-scale quantitative analyses, the firm lends its analytics to a range of entities that help implement national policies, whether in the private or public sector. The company says that work-life balance is premier among its benefits offerings, and that is why it provides a multifaceted and flexible work environment.

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45. Motley Fool

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  • Founded: 1993
  • Sector: Mass Media
  • Headquarters: Alexandria, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 281
  • Total employees: 334
  • fool.com

Motley Fool provides financial and media services aimed at making smart investments easier. Although the company has been around for decades, its culture exudes a Silicon Valley vibe. The company's "Fools" - its quirky lingo for employees - post a turnover rate of just 2 percent, significantly lower than the national rate of 14 percent. Every Fool receives $1,200 a year to spend on gym membership fees, tuition, personal technology devices and many other approved expenses, as well as an additional $1,000 to get started on investing. Fitness classes throughout the day include spinning, boot camps and yoga. Also offered are an in-house nutritionist/personal trainer and weekly visits from a chiropractor and massage therapist. The company fridge is regularly stocked with fruit, vegetables and other healthful snacks. On the first Friday of each month, the Fools eat cake and on the last Friday of every month, they eat pizza.

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46. YRCI

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  • Founded: 2001
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Fairfax, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 286
  • Total employees: 400
  • yrci.com

YRCI builds its business around "putting the right people in the right place," whether it is helping another company build the right workforce or developing its own mix of talent. Its customers span both the private and public sectors, most recently winning a contract with the U.S. Agency for International Development. The firm was founded in Fairfax, Va., 14 years ago and is still based there, achieving year-over-year growth of 30 percent during that time. The company gives 3 percent of its profits to charity, and its employees serve as mentors in local schools.

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47. Transwestern

Employees work on a service project in Gaithersburg. (Courtesy of Transwestern)
  • Founded: 1978
  • Sector: Real estate
  • Headquarters: Houston, Tex.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 6
  • Local Employees: 284
  • Total employees: 2,300
  • transwestern.com

Transwestern is a privately held real estate firm that focuses on the financial and informational end of the industry, specializing in agency leasing, property management, tenant advisory and research. Transwestern has an international partnership with Paris-based BNP Paribas Real Estate. The company works hard to keep its troops in the loop on company developments, publishing several blog-style feeds that update team members on human resource activities and transactions. Team members receive messages from leadership via videos, letters and e-mails throughout the year, and the company offers an extensive professional development program through 300 online classes.

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48. Corporate Office Properties Trust

COPT employees attend a service event. (Courtesy of Corporate Office Properties Trust)
  • Founded: 1998
  • Sector: Real estate
  • Headquarters: Columbia, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 8
  • Local Employees: 322
  • Total employees: 377
  • copt.com

Corporate Office Properties Trust, a real estate investment trust, focuses on properties located near defense installations, capitalizing on the network of data centers and knowledge-based companies that serve the military and intelligence establishment. The company says keeping employees happy depends on creating a sense of trust and mutual respect at all ends of the organization, and ensuring that the company's core values are felt at all rungs of the hierarchy.

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49. Aquilent

Aquilent staff members visit New York City. (Courtesy of Aquilent)
  • Founded: 1979
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Laurel, Md.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 314
  • Total employees: 314
  • aquilent.com

Aquilent handles mobile and digital strategy for the federal government, designing agencies' Web sites and helping shape their technology mix. The company gives back by sending employees into the community to participate in charity drives at the Children's Inn at the National Institutes of Health, a residential program for children undergoing medical treatment. It also holds an annual blood drive for the American Red Cross and it created an outreach program to help veterans transition out of the military.

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50. B.F. Saul

B.F. Saul's corporate offices are in downtown Bethesda, Md. (Courtesy of B.F. Saul)
  • Founded: 1892
  • Sector: Real estate
  • Headquarters: Bethesda, Md.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 264
  • Total employees: 270
  • bfsaul.com

B.F. Saul has been providing real estate financing services since 1892. Out of its headquarters in Bethesda, Md. , the company manages a regional portfolio of 14 offices and industrial properties; 20 hotels, including the Hay-Adams adjacent to the White House; and dozens of smaller properties through its subsidiary real estate trust, Saul Centers. Employees get discounted rental opportunities to company beach houses and condos, among a range of perks that have kept some employees around for as long as 40 years.

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1. Studio Bleu Dance Center

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  • Founded: 1988
  • Sector: Education
  • Headquarters: Ashburn, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 54
  • Total employees: 54
  • danceashburn.com

Studio Bleu, this year's top workplace among small businesses, started as an after-school program in 1988 and grew into a nationally recognized dance studio. The owners don't have to spend energy recruiting; those steeped in the national dance scene know Studio Bleu, and jump at the chance to be paid to practice their art. The studio fills its all-day staffing needs by staggering work shifts, and employees say Director Kim Rishi keeps a tight-knit culture by being attentive to their needs and thoughts about the direction of the organization.

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2. Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis

Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis partners at their D.C. office. (Jeffrey MacMillan)
  • Founded: 1998
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 60
  • Total employees: 60
  • hwglaw.com

Boutique law firm Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis prides itself on a culture that makes people feel at home in a field better known for tight-knit formality. And the firm doesn't skimp on the more tangible benefits, either: Employees receive a cut of the firm's profits in the form of bonuses every quarter.

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3. Social Tables

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  • Founded: 2012
  • Sector: Hospitality, entertainment, recreation and travel
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 62
  • Total employees: 63
  • socialtables.com

Event-management software company Social Tables arose out of D.C.'s startup scene, working out of incubator 1776 before relocating to Chinatown at the end of 2013. Some would say the company has graduated past the start-up phase, but management at Social Tables does its best to keep a carefree vibe. A wall in one room sports printouts of everyone's cover letters, and various informal rewards programs adorn the walls at every turn.

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4. TCG

Exploiting the perks of telecommuting, Craig Gusmann works hard in the pool. (Ken Prol)
  • Founded: 1994
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 65
  • Total employees: 72
  • tcg.com

TCG is a technology contractor that helps the government make better use of technology. Most TCG employees do their work from contract sites or from home. During a recent anniversary party, those who were unable to attend included the head of recruitment, who made a brief appearance via her robot avatar -- a Segway-like machine with an iPad head -- through which she mingled with the crowd from her home office. Among other benefits, employees get a monthly $1,000 "TCG Spree" for a fun office-wide activity.

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  • Perks: Social butterfly
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5. JRC Integrated Systems

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  • Founded: 2003
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 52
  • Total employees: 81
  • jrcisi.com

JRC Integrated Systems offers scientific and technical expertise for government agencies, primarily the Defense Department. The company contributes to the community by taking advantage of employees' expertise outside the office, helping, for instance, with fundraising and scholarship programs for FIRST Robotics, a robotics competition for high school students.

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6. BECO Management

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  • Founded: 1986
  • Sector: Real estate
  • Headquarters: Rockville, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 5
  • Local Employees: 67
  • Total employees: 90
  • beconet.com

BECO, a property management firm, boasts a commercial real estate portfolio exceeding 6 million square feet of property throughout the District and four states. The company has added about 75 employees since its four founding partners got started in 1986, but the company still shoots for a personal touch. President Jeffrey Cohen answers tenants' calls directly.

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7. Next Century

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  • Founded: 2002
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Columbia, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 3
  • Local Employees: 119
  • Total employees: 121
  • nextcentury.com

Next Century is a software and technology company that develops applications and technologies for situational awareness, primarily for military clients. The firm helps with advanced geographic information systems, mobile imaging and visualization with a focus on homeland security, the military and intelligence. In addition to a full range of benefits, all employees are assigned a coach to be their advocate, assist with career development and provide advice.

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8. Arion Systems

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  • Founded: 1985
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Chantilly, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 99
  • Total employees: 102
  • arionsys.com

Arion's engineering solutions are developed locally and delivered globally - applying the tools of scientific and engineering disciplines for military and intelligence technology as well as solutions for commercial customers. The company has experts in ocean engineering, naval architecture, mechanical design, acoustics and other advanced fields. To ensure that experts keep their skills sharp and their knowledge current, the company pays for out-of-town conferences, short courses, college tuition and a variety of professional certifications.

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9. Savills Studley

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  • Founded: 1954
  • Sector: Real estate
  • Headquarters: New York, N.Y.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 94
  • Total employees: 27,000
  • savills-studley.com

Savills Studley is unusual as a commercial real estate firm in that it represents only tenants, allowing it to maintain a conflict-free business model in the sometimes adversarial world of commercial real estate transactions. Just two of the firm's 25 offices are located in the Washington area, but the firm makes its impact on the community by giving back whenever possible. For instance, the company's brokers and employees remotely tutor local first-graders, who are able to call in each week for reading help.

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10. Glass Jacobson

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  • Founded: 1962
  • Sector: Financial services and insurance
  • Headquarters: Owings Mill, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 77
  • Total employees: 77
  • glassjacobson.com

Glass Jacobson was founded in 1962 as a provider of certified public accounting services but gradually added a range of wealth management services. The company offers a robust benefits package as well as a supportive workplace with free snacks and beverages.

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11. Markon Solutions

Markon Solutions throws an annual holiday party. (Courtesy of Markon Solutions)
  • Founded: 2007
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Falls Church, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 104
  • Total employees: 121
  • markonsolutions.com

Markon Solutions is a provider of professional and technical services to states and the federal government. Its employees are spread across its headquarters, contract sites in four states and the District, as well as overseas. Markon's areas of expertise include facilities management, security, acquisition and financial management. In addition to health benefits, the company offers reimbursement for transportation, tuition and legal costs, and matches some employee retirement contributions.

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12. ARG

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  • Founded: 1991
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: McLean, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 51
  • Total employees: 55
  • myarg.com

ARG's 51 local employees help businesses streamline the processes inherent in managing technology - assisting with the evaluation, implementation and support of complicated next-generation technologies such as Internet cloud services. ARG is unusual as a technology company in that half of its executive team is made up of women. And it does a good job of keeping people around; 20 of ARG's employees have been with the firm longer than five years, and just over half have worked there for more than a decade.

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13. Infinitive

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  • Founded: 2003
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Dulles, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 91
  • Total employees: 91
  • infinitive.com

Infinitive is a consultancy that focuses on the digital end of advertising, working on advertising solutions and intelligence for a wide array of organizations. The company organizes an annual conference for digital leaders called Digital BrainFest, held the first Friday of May. Last year, the company opened an office in London, establishing an international presence for the first time. Infinitive does everything it can to stay casual, going so far as to encourage job applicants not to wear a suit to job interviews.

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14. Acclaim Technical Services

Acclaim employees attend a team-building event. (Courtesy of Acclaim Technical Services)
  • Founded: 2000
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Reston, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 139
  • Total employees: 207
  • acclaimtechnical.com

Acclaim Technical Services provides specialized services and operational support for the agencies involved in intelligence, defense and law enforcement. Two years ago, the company transferred 100 percent of its ownership to employees through an employee stock ownership plan.

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15. Collaborative Solutions

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  • Founded: 2003
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Reston, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 56
  • Total employees: 202
  • collaborativesolutions.com

As the nation's businesses move to the Internet cloud, the consulting firm Collaborative Solutions is helping enterprises navigate the transition. Through a partnership with the human resources software company Workday, Collaborative Solutions works with Fortune 100 companies, small enterprises and government institutions to make workforce management easier through technology. Clients include big businesses such as Facebook and Motorola and nonprofit organizations such as Teach for America. To keep a continuous stream of young energy flowing into the office, the company invests heavily in hiring at college campuses.

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16. American Health Care Association

Employees attend AHCA's annual convention. (Courtesy of American Health Care Association)
  • Founded: 1949
  • Sector: Health care
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 77
  • Total employees: 86
  • ahcancal.org

The American Health Care Association is the advocate in Washington for the nation's nursing homes and providers that serve the elderly and the developmentally disabled. As a nonprofit federation, AHCA produces original research and reports for public consumption and advocates for its members through a political action committee. It also puts its advocacy into practice at work. For its employees, for instance, the association offers desks equipped with treadmills for those seeking to stay active.

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17. Veracity Engineering

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  • Founded: 2001
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 78
  • Total employees: 122
  • veracity-eng.com

Veracity Engineering provides technical support services for the Federal Aviation Administration and a number of major air carriers, and has been ranked by Inc. magazine as one of the nation's fastest-growing companies for the past six years. The company has 78 Washington area employees working out of two offices, but it is planning to hire 50 more workers in the next year, continuing the firm's growth trajectory.

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18. National Retail Federation

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  • Founded: 1911
  • Sector: Retail
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 109
  • Total employees: 112
  • nrf.com

The public knows the National Retail Federation best as the voice of the retail industry. The federation's 109 local employees work on reports and industry analysis to inform the public about emerging trends, and lobby throughout Washington to support their members' interests. Employees take part in a wellness program that focuses not just on health but on keeping them happy. Every Thursday in April, the office is treated to free massages.

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19. Rand Construction

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  • Founded: 1989
  • Sector: Construction
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 119
  • Total employees: 220
  • randcc.com

As a general contractor, Rand specializes in ground-up construction and renovations. The company has received more than 130 craftsmanship awards for its projects, which include sensitive renovation of treasured historic sites. The company says it is the second-largest interior construction company in the Washington area. Every employee receives a Dell laptop and an iPhone to use at work or as they see fit, in addition to other benefits.

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20. New Editions Consulting

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  • Founded: 1987
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Falls Church, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 3
  • Local Employees: 60
  • Total employees: 60
  • neweditions.net

New Editions is a small consultancy that does a lot: It helps clients with technology-specific problems such as cloud storage and communications software, management-heavy disciplines such as strategic planning and information dissemination, and analytical ventures such as program evaluation and policy analysis. The company has been named a top small employer by the U.S. Business Leadership Network for two years running, and it covered employees during the 2013 government shutdown. One of the ways it sets itself apart among a competitive field of technology contractors is by having a rare ratio of female representation; 67 percent of the employees are women, including the company's three vice presidents.

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21. Excella Consulting

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  • Founded: 2001
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Arlington, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 132
  • Total employees: 140
  • excella.com

Excella Consulting sets itself apart as a workplace by using staff input to formulate its benefits strategy. The company's "Flexcellion" policy allows for a range of employee-chosen work schedules, and the company offers a $3,000 laptop subsidy for the technologically inclined. The company just moved into a new office in Arlington, Va., and is expanding its workforce, with 40 hires planned in the coming year.

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22. IBC

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  • Founded: 2010
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Reston, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 56
  • Total employees: 75
  • ibcdbs.com

IBC has grown quickly since its 2010 founding, merging with fellow IT firm Dominion Business Solutions at the end of 2013. The consultancy was named to the Inc. 500-5000 award list of fastest-growing companies, and was named a top fast-growing company by SmartCEO magazine in 2015. Most of IBC's employees work at project sites, but the company maintains a sense of cohesion through informal get-togethers, and stays in touch using new office communication technologies such as Yammer.

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23. SwimKids Swim Schools

SwimKids employees attend the company's annual holiday party. (Clarence McGillen)
  • Founded: 1997
  • Sector: Education
  • Headquarters: Woodbridge, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 5
  • Local Employees: 70
  • Total employees: 70
  • swimkids.us

SwimKids Swim School teaches children one of the most important lifelong skills: how to swim. The company's swim instructors train children as young as 2 months at five Washington area locations, each equipped with Wi-Fi. The U.S. Swim School Association named SwimKids the best facility in the United States for two years in a row.

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24. InTec

InTec employees enjoy a hayride at a company picnic in Bluemont, Va. (Courtesy of InTec)
  • Founded: 2005
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Fairfax, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 9
  • Local Employees: 74
  • Total employees: 89
  • intecllc.net

InTec provides systems integration for the multitude of defense and intelligence agencies that surround the District, focusing on program management, training development and analysis of intelligence data. It won its first contract in 2005 when the company consisted of just one employee, but the firm has since mushroomed to 16 contracts at six major federal agencies. InTec gives new hires a gift basket on their first day in the office, and holds family-friendly events throughout the year to make sure everyone feels welcome.

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25. Censeo Consulting

Censeo employees play tug-of-war at annual field day event. (Amy Schumacher)
  • Founded: 2003
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 56
  • Total employees: 62
  • censeoconsulting.com

Censeo Consulting was founded in 2003 by two business consultants who sought to create a more results-based engagement model. The firm nabbed a spot on Vault.com's top 25 business consultancy list for 2015, in which it won the third spot for boutique consultancies and second place for work-life balance.

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26. Thompson Greenspon

Thompson Greenspon has a costume contest each Halloween. (Courtesy of Thompson Greenspon)
  • Founded: 1956
  • Sector: Financial services and insurance
  • Headquarters: Fairfax, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 60
  • Total employees: 60
  • tgccpa.com

Thompson Greenspon has been advising businesses and individuals on financial reporting and taxes for nearly 60 years. The accounting firm was founded in 1956 when taxes were still done by hand. The company supports the local community by going casual. The company's Jeans Day Friday for Charity program, which allows employees to wear jeans on Friday for a donation to a charity, has raised about $3,000 since it began.

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27. Consumer Electronics Association

Interns participate in an annual community service project. (Courtesy of Consumer Electronics Association)
  • Founded: 1999
  • Sector: Retail
  • Headquarters: Arlington, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 148
  • Total employees: 148
  • CE.org

The Consumer Electronics Association lobbies for more than 2,000 of the country's technology innovators, tapping market research from within its membership to provide up-to-date educational programs and technical training. The company ties its benefits program to community support. It donates to organizations that support clean energy and waste minimization, and offers a $25,000 mortgage assistance program so that employees will be more likely to buy a house within a five-mile radius of the office. For those who have a long commute, the association subsidizes transportation costs up to $130 per month.

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28. American Gas Association

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  • Founded: 1918
  • Sector: Utilities and telecommunications
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 78
  • Total employees: 78
  • aga.org

Since 1918, the trade association has been representing suppliers of one of the nation's largest energy sources. To keep its staff plugged in to new developments, the association holds frequent "lunch and learn" gatherings, often led by industry experts. Time off is considered an important part of each employee's benefits package; employees can choose among a few different work schedules, one of which features a compressed workweek with a day off every two weeks.

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29. Commonwealth Digital Office Solutions

Commonwealth Digital staff gather on a cruise. (Courtesy of Commonwealth Digital Office Solutions)
  • Founded: 1977
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Sterling, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 68
  • Total employees: 68
  • commonwealthdigital.com

Commonwealth Digital has been offering self-service business solutions, software and information technology services since the late 1970s. To give employees something to look forward to, the company sponsored a cruise from Barcelona, Spain, to Lisbon, Portugal. The company also pays all its employees' health insurance deductibles, and it has a profit-sharing program.

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30. MassMutual Greater Washington

Employees volunteer at the National Institutes of Health. (Courtesy of MassMutual Greater Washington)
  • Founded: 1851
  • Sector: Financial services and insurance
  • Headquarters: Rockville, Md.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 64
  • Total employees: 64
  • greaterwashington.massmutual.com

Among the country's oldest mutual fund managers, MassMutual's Rockville location serves the region's businesses and individuals with financial planning and solutions. Employees receive renewal commissions for keeping legacy clients around, and breakfast is on the boss each Friday to give everyone something to look forward to each week.

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31. Human Solutions

Human Solutions employees at flight training class. (Courtesy of Human Solutions)
  • Founded: 1997
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 70
  • Total employees: 83
  • humansolutionsinc.com

Human Solutions provides technical services in engineering, safety and quality management, organizational development and other areas. One key part of the business supports the nation's air traffic system though a $360 million contract from the Federal Aviation Administration, which could last until 2019 if all of the contract's options are exercised.

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32. Insurance Associates

Employees do yard work for community service. (Courtesy of Insurance Associates)
  • Founded: 1956
  • Sector: Financial services and insurance
  • Headquarters: Rockville, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 3
  • Local Employees: 51
  • Total employees: 51
  • insassoc.com

Insurance Associates covers the less visible but still important side of construction: bonding, comprehensive insurance programs and employee benefits. Last year, the firm contributed to two local charities, sending employees out of the office to pull weeds and do yard work for a group home, and donating more than 1,000 pounds of food and other nonperishable items. Insurance Associates also promotes a wellness program in which it reimburses 50 percent of employees' gym membership costs.

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33. Aerotek

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  • Founded: 1983
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Hanover, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 75
  • Total employees: 5,500
  • aerotek.com

Aerotek should be good at building a motivated workforce, as recruiting and staffing is its business. The company operates out of more than 150 offices across the United States, Canada and Europe, specializing in at least 10 industries. For the past decade, Aerotek has sponsored an annual black engineer of the year award, given out at an annual conference in Washington.

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35. iStrategyLabs

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  • Founded: 2007
  • Sector: Advertising and marketing
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 56
  • Total employees: 56
  • istrategylabs.com

IStrategyLabs's business is marketing, but it employ specialists that include mechanical engineers, developers, strategists and everything in between, all focused on developing new products and opportunities to connect with customers. The company has a Japanese nap pod for tired employees to decompress, and a hardware workshop that lets developers build prototypes quickly when inspiration strikes.

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36. iWorks

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  • Founded: 2005
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Reston, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 50
  • Total employees: 50
  • iworkscorp.com/

IWorks focuses on multiple sides of information technology implementation, designing products directly while also assisting with the strategic aspects of IT staffing, helping to place different types of IT professionals in other firms. With just 50 employees, the company has no middle management, opting for a flat organization with senior management directly plugged in to whatever is going on at the office.

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37. Two Rivers Public Charter School

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  • Sector: Education
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 90
  • Total employees: 91
  • tworiverspcs.org

Two Rivers serves more than 500 students from preschool through eighth grade in the District's NoMa neighborhood, adjacent to Gallaudet University in Northeast. Two Rivers has been named a tier-one, high-performing school by D.C.'s public charter school board for the past four years, boasting a low student-teacher ratio and a hands-on curriculum based on the concept of Expeditionary Learning, an educational model that emphasizes interactive, project-based learning.

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38. U.S. Travel Association

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  • Founded: 1970
  • Sector: Hospitality, entertainment, recreation and travel
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 71
  • Total employees: 71
  • ustravel.org

The U.S. Travel Association advocates on behalf of what it says is a $2 trillion industry: transportation and travel. The company promotes U.S. tourism at national and international trade shows, and part of its mission is to encourage businesses nationwide to give their employees more vacation time. The association runs a campaign called "Project: Time Off" to promote and research the benefits of work-life balance. To make sure it walks the walk, the company gave a $500 bonus at the end of last year to employees who used all of their allocated time off.

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39. Octo Consulting

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  • Founded: 2006
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: McLean, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 120
  • Total employees: 120
  • octoconsulting.com

Octo Consulting works with agencies to find new technologies, technological applications and strategies for military customers. Around the office, the company strives for an informal atmosphere and shoots for fun. Its "bring your own device" policy lets employees work off their own laptops rather than tie themselves down to static workstations, and employees don't even need to make an appointment to meet with one of the company's top executives - the bosses emphasize an open-door policy to keep leaders in touch with the rest of the team.

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40. American Podiatric Medical Association

Employees make sandwiches for the homeless. (Courtesy of the American Podiatric Medical Association)
  • Founded: 1912
  • Sector: Health care
  • Headquarters: Bethesda, Md.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 57
  • Total employees: 57
  • apma.org

The American Podiatric Medical Association advocates on behalf of an estimated 15,000 foot and ankle specialists around the country, and promotes national awareness about foot and ankle health. At the office, the association turns community service into a competition. It holds an annual "Penny Wars" competition, in which teams collect pocket change for a cause. That added up to a donation of more than $1,000 to Montgomery County's Give BACKPacks program, a local charity.

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41. Privia Health

Employees gather for a meeting in December 2014. (Courtesy of Privia Health)
  • Founded: 2008
  • Sector: Health care
  • Headquarters: Arlington, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 76
  • Total employees: 110
  • priviahealth.com

Privia Health is small, but its commitment to company culture is apparent in its hiring choices: Most companies wait until they have a few hundred employees to invest in a human resources staff, but Privia hired an HR manager with just 12. It uses behavioral testing as a part of its recruiting process to help gauge people's motivation and drive before they get in the door, and uses similar processes to figure out how different teams within the organization work with one another.

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42. Decisive Analytics

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  • Founded: 1996
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Arlington, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 142
  • Total employees: 168
  • dac.us

Decisive Analytics operates helps clients across the Defense Department with a range of technical services in the realm of engineering, mathematics and physics. The company is fully employee-owned, a structure that has proved lucrative for the staff, as the company's stock value has grown 37 percent over the past three years.

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43. Dev Technology Group

Employees gather at a lake near the company headquarters. (Courtesy of Dev Technology Group)
  • Founded: 1998
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Reston, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 57
  • Total employees: 61
  • devtechnology.com

Dev Technology Group focuses on the Web-facing side of government IT, specializing in application development and systems modernization for federal agencies such as the departments of Homeland Security, Defense, Justice and several others. The company's executive suite is more diverse than that of a traditional IT firm; five of the company's nine executives are women.

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44. Nuclear Energy Institute

An NEI employee presents at the Nuclear Energy Assembly. (Courtesy of Nuclear Energy Institute)
  • Founded: 1994
  • Sector: Utilities and telecommunications
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 119
  • Total employees: 120
  • nei.org

The Nuclear Energy Institute advocates for nuclear technology and the companies that develop it, providing a unified voice for a complicated industry. The trade association formed in 1994 as a merger between four advocacy organizations, and now counts 350 organizations from 17 countries among its membership. To make outreach easier, the company has an in-office television and radio studio so members can plug into outside media with ease. Employees are eligible for quarterly meetings with certified financial advisers for free financial planning, and have access to an on-site gym and wellness activities, among other benefits.

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45. Virginia Spine Institute

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  • Founded: 1992
  • Sector: Health care
  • Headquarters: Reston, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 68
  • Total employees: 68
  • spinemd.com

The Virginia Spine Institute is a nationally recognized medical practice that treats everything from acute aches and pains to complex spinal deformities. Its doctors are the official specialists for the Washington Redskins, and are ranked among the top 1 percent of specialty physicians nationwide by U.S. News & World Report. That care translates to employee benefits. Employees can take advantage of an onsite workout facility with locker rooms. They have access to the institute's doctors and physical therapists for care. And they receive discounts on onsite athletic training, personal training, Pilates classes and massages.

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46. Dog Paws 'N Cat Claws

Employees appear with two of the company's canine clients. (Terry Wingfield)
  • Founded: 1999
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Falls Church, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 55
  • Total employees: 55
  • dpncc.com

Dog Paws 'N Cat Claws's folksy name carries through to its personality as a business. The company is family owned, employing more than 50 people to provide full-service pet care. It can be hard for city residents to have pets, but Dog Paws 'N Cat Claws helps with mid-day dog walking, in-home pet care and boarding for extended periods.

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47. AHT Insurance

AHT staff members pose after their annual Halloween costume contest. (Courtesy of AHT Insurance)
  • Founded: 1921
  • Sector: Financial services and insurance
  • Headquarters: Leesburg, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 97
  • Total employees: 158
  • ahtins.com

AHT insurance is an insurance brokerage with offices in places such as Seattle, New Jersey and Chicago that answer to the company headquarters in Leesburg, Va. Because AHT is employee-owned, everyone benefits financially from the company's success.

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48. Eagle Hill Consulting

Eagle Hill president and chief executive Melissa Jezior. (Courtesy of Eagle Hill Consulting)
  • Founded: 2003
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Arlington, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 55
  • Total employees: 60
  • eaglehillconsulting.com

Eagle Hill Consulting is a management consultancy that helps clients in the government and private sector better plan and strategize about their workforce needs. The family-run, woman-owned company snags its best people from its competitors and from potential clients. All of the company's senior leaders have worked for a "Big 4" consulting firm, and seven out of 10 hold graduate degrees.

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49. MBP

An MBP employee works on a project at the Washington Monument. (Courtesy of MBP)
  • Founded: 1989
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Fairfax, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 110
  • Total employees: 268
  • mbpce.com

MBP helps construction managers plan projects from inception to ribbon-cutting, providing consulting services and resolving disputes along the way. The company, which was recognized by Engineering News-Record as a national top 100 construction management firm, pays 100 percent of health-care premiums for employees and their families.

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50. Bank of Georgetown

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  • Founded: 2005
  • Sector: Financial services and insurance
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 11
  • Local Employees: 110
  • Total employees: 110
  • bankofgeorgetown.com

In an age when the larger banks offer flashy mobile apps and data-driven product development, Bank of Georgetown tries to set itself apart by emphasizing relationships. Each client gets a team of personal bankers to handle their individual situation. And developing relationships with customers means developing a relationship with the community; the bank's 110 local employees logged more than 4,000 volunteer hours last year.

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51. TrackMaven

TrackMaven employees attend a company get-together. (Courtesy of TrackMaven)
  • Sector: Advertising and marketing
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 51
  • Total employees: 51
  • trackmaven.com

Marketing data and software firm TrackMaven exudes the startup vibe, listing a pet Corgi among its 51 local employees. The firm looks for people who are talented and motivated but "also a little bit goofy." The company makes its business selling marketing data services.

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52. GovDelivery

GovDelivery employees dress up for a Halloween costume contest. (Courtesy of GovDelivery)
  • Founded: 2000
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: St. Paul, Minn.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 50
  • Total employees: 200
  • govdelivery.com

GovDelivery provides information technology services not only for the federal government, but for governments worldwide. More than 1,000 government organizations use at least one of the company's services. Minnesota-based GovDelivery plugs into the D.C. tech scene by getting involved with entrepreneurship mainstays such as NextGenAngels and the startup hub 1776.

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53. Knight Point Systems

Knight Point employees take a foosball break. (Courtesy of Knight Point Systems)
  • Founded: 2005
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Reston, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 136
  • Total employees: 186
  • knightpoint.com

Knight Point Systems tackles some of the government's toughest IT challenges, such as cybersecurity and systems architecture, but it also handles more straightforward problems such as help-desk management. The company has a "Jimmy Buffett room" where people can meet and hang out in a mock-up of a tropical environment.

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  • Perks: Family
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54. EverFi

Employees attend "EverFi Palooza," a professional development event. (Courtesy of EverFi)
  • Founded: 2008
  • Sector: Education
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 86
  • Total employees: 175
  • everfi.com

EverFi's domain is education, providing financial literacy and other services. AlcoholEdu, an alcohol safety and education course used by colleges and high schools, serves 4 million students at more than 500 institutions nationwide. But EverFi doesn't just partner with schools; it recently announced an expanded partnership with the National Basketball Association to teach African American history in schools nationwide.

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  • Perks: Work-life balance
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55. DigitaliBiz

DigitaliBiz employees celebrate company top performer awards. (Courtesy of DigitaliBiz)
  • Founded: 2002
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Rockville, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 6
  • Local Employees: 58
  • Total employees: 180
  • digitalibiz.com

Better-known by the shorthand "iBiz," Digitalibiz provides systems engineering, research and analysis for the federal government. Since its founding in 2002 the company has worked with agencies as wide-ranging as the Federal Aviation Administration and the Library of Congress.

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56. 3Pillar Global

3Pillar Global employees have "Foosball Fridays" once a month. (Courtesy of 3Pillar Global)
  • Founded: 2006
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Fairfax, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 51
  • Total employees: 600
  • 3pillarglobal.com

3Pillar Global produces software for use by other businesses. The company boasts customers such as the vehicle-history service Carfax and the public broadcaster PBS, and has generated $1 billion in revenue since its founding. To keep its workplace as spontaneous and disruptive as its products, managers surprise employees with free breakfast or lunch, and recently held a gingerbread-house-making competition.

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57. National Recreation and Park Association

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  • Founded: 1965
  • Sector: Nonprofit
  • Headquarters: Ashburn, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 55
  • Total employees: 55
  • nrpa.org

The National Recreation and Park Association advocates for the advancement of public parks nationwide. The company encourages telework, and offers employees indoor and outdoor fitness opportunities during the day.

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58. Mark G. Anderson Consultants

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  • Founded: 1996
  • Sector: Real estate
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 91
  • Total employees: 132
  • mgac.com

Mark G. Anderson Consultants specializes in representing ownership interests, primarily in the government, hospitality and retail sectors. Employees can bring their dogs to work on Fridays, and employees who stay for 10 years receive a paid trip for two to any one of the seven wonders of the world.

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59. Humphrey Management

Humphrey manages this property in Glen Burnie, Md. (Courtesy of Humphrey Management)
  • Founded: 1983
  • Sector: Real estate
  • Headquarters: Columbia, Md.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 23
  • Local Employees: 148
  • Total employees: 212
  • humphreymanagement.com

Humphrey Management is a property management firm that handles more than 5,000 homes throughout the Mid-Atlantic. The company is one of four subsidiaries of the Humphrey Cos., which operates as a full-service real estate company. One of the properties it manages, Burgess Mill Station, a housing community near Ellicott City, Md., was recognized by the Maryland Affordable Housing Coalition for innovation in affordable housing.

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60. Federal Management Partners

Employees celebrate a 2014 Top Workplaces award. (Courtesy of Federal Management Partners)
  • Founded: 1991
  • Sector: Consulting
  • Headquarters: Alexandria, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 77
  • Total employees: 96
  • fmpconsulting.com

Federal Management Partners provides management and strategic consulting for government agencies and businesses. FMP is an employee-owned company, and its employee stock ownership plan is funded entirely by the company. The company provides laptops and VPN connections so employees can connect to the office remotely.

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61. Water Environment Federation

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  • Founded: 1928
  • Sector: Nonprofit
  • Headquarters: Alexandria, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 88
  • Total employees: 92
  • wef.org

The Water Environment Federation is a nonprofit organization composed of 36,000 individuals and 75 member associations, all falling under the umbrella of water quality professionals. The group's professionals come from all ends of the nation's clean water system, including plant operators, engineers, regulators, academics and many more. The organization offers a wellness program with a staff steering committee, an onsite fitness room and free annual flu shots. It also gives employees grocery gift cards at Thanksgiving and provides free parking or a transportation subsidy, among other benefits.

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62. Danya International

Danya employees attend an office Christmas party. (Courtesy of Danya International)
  • Founded: 1996
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Silver Spring, Md.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 103
  • Total employees: 146
  • danya.com

Started in 1996 by a clinical psychologist putting together grant applications in his basement, Danya International has grown into a technology-enabled services company helping various types of firms measure and maximize their impact on society. Danya is headquartered in Silver Spring, Md., and has an office in Atlanta just blocks from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as an African regional office in Nairobi, Kenya.

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63. Bread for the City

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  • Founded: 1974
  • Sector: Nonprofit
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 2
  • Local Employees: 98
  • Total employees: 100
  • breadforthecity.org

Bread for the City provides food, clothing, medical care and even legal services to the District's homeless. Ten percent of the charity's staff members are former clients, and no full-time staff member makes less than $30,000 per year, a rare living wage in an industry accustomed to shoestring budgets and volunteer workforces.

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64. Purple Strategies

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  • Founded: 2009
  • Sector: Advertising and marketing
  • Headquarters: Alexandria, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 57
  • Total employees: 76
  • purplestrategies.com

Purple Strategies is a strategic communications firm that serves the needs of companies. The "Purple" moniker comes from the blending of blue and red politics; the company recruits former staff members and communications professionals from both sides of the aisle. Because client work is unpredictable, the firm offers flexible paid time off and every year closes from Christmas Eve to New Year's Day to give employees extra time with their families.

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65. Ntiva

Ntiva's new headquarters are in McLean, Va. (Courtesy of Ntiva)
  • Founded: 2004
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: McLean, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 66
  • Total employees: 76
  • ntiva.com

Ntiva helps clients with information technology infrastructure through a combination of strategic planning and day-to-day maintenance. The firm augments its benefits by forming partnerships with other local businesses. A partnership with an eyeglasses store yields inexpensive shades for employees, and a partnership with an auto repair shop helps the staff save money on those services.

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66. Redfin

Redfin holds its "Dodging Diabetes" charity tournament. (Courtesy of Redfin)
  • Founded: 2004
  • Sector: Real estate
  • Headquarters: Seattle, Wash.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 4
  • Local Employees: 131
  • Total employees: 1,000
  • redfin.com

Redfin's 131 local employees are a mix of real estate agents and software developers. Unlike in most real estate firms, Redfin agents are not paid on commission, but instead find their compensation and advancement linked to customer reviews, which are published on the agents' online profiles for all to see. The company offers free snacks and frequently catered lunches, among other benefits. Employees can take a sabbatical after every five years of full-time uninterrupted work.

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67. Partnership for Public Service

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  • Founded: 2001
  • Sector: Nonprofit
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 68
  • Total employees: 68
  • ourpublicservice.org

The nonprofit Partnership for Public Service is focused on getting young people into government and helping them transform institutions once they're there. The way the organization treats its employees mirrors this mission. Executives hold internal training and development programs at different points throughout the year, and they strive to hire internally before looking elsewhere.

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68. Barbaricum

Company partners Brandon Bloodworth, left, and Christopher Harvin. (Jeffrey MacMillan)
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Washington, D.C.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 69
  • Total employees: 100
  • barbaricum.com

From the top floor of Barbaricum's Chinatown office, employees work on government consulting projects in D. C. and abroad. The company, which is just a few years old, is growing by leaps and bounds, making the Inc. 500-5000's top-tier list for fast-growing companies in 2013. The company recruits professionals with successful careers in industry and government, adding value to the repeat business, long-term partnerships and teaming arrangements that have built the core of the company's business.

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69. Webs

A wall in the Webs reception area shows a picture of each employee. (Courtesy of Webs)
  • Founded: 2001
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Silver Spring, Md.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 73
  • Total employees: 85
  • webs.com

Webs, the Internet-facing end of its better-known parent company, Vistaprint, was founded in 2001 to make online marketing easier for small businesses. The company's 85 employees come together each month for town hall meetings to share new product and marketing developments. To keep things informal, karaoke sessions are part of monthly happy hours.

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70. Targeted Victory

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  • Founded: 2009
  • Sector: Services
  • Headquarters: Alexandria, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 99
  • Total employees: 100
  • targetedvictory.com

Targeted Victory provides data analytics and strategic communications to politicians trying to take their campaigns digital. The company handled the digital operations for Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential bid and has been tapped to handle the digital end of Rick Perry's 2016 race for the White House. It's not uncommon for political technology firms to work for more than one candidate, but the company limits contracts to avoid giving a competitor access to sensitive data.

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71. AOC Solutions

CEO Allen Cage speaks at an employee appreciation getaway. (Courtesy of AOC Solutions)
  • Sector: Financial services and insurance
  • Headquarters: Chantilly, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 134
  • Total employees: 250
  • aocsolutions.com

AOC Solutions is an IT consulting firm that focuses on payments technology and financial management. Founded 18 years ago, the company has been experiencing a growth spurt over the past decade, landing on Inc. 500-5000's list of the nation's fastest-growing companies six times, most recently in 2014. The company keeps employees happy by laying on the perks. While the rest of Washington was freezing this winter, AOC flew its entire staff to Cancun in January and February for all-expenses-paid vacations, and it also offered some employees a company-sponsored cruise.

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  • Perks: Social butterfly
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72. Peterson Cos.

Peterson Cos. celebrates Halloween costume day. (Courtesy of Peterson Cos.)
  • Founded: 1975
  • Sector: Real estate
  • Headquarters: Fairfax, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 147
  • Total employees: 147
  • petersoncos.com

Peterson Cos. offers development and management services for multiple classes of real estate development in the D. C. area, with prominent projects in Fairfax Corner, downtown Silver Spring, Tysons Corner and elsewhere around the region. Most recently, it opened the Capital Wheel at National Harbor, Md., and Peterson employees got first dibs on viewing the District from atop the Ferris wheel before it was open to the public.

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73. Cotton & Co.

Cotton & Co. holds a silent auction for charity. (Courtesy of Cotton & Co.)
  • Founded: 1981
  • Sector: Financial services and insurance
  • Headquarters: Alexandria, Va.
  • One location in D.C. area
  • Local Employees: 143
  • Total employees: 150
  • cottoncpa.com

Cotton & Co. provides financial and IT auditing for the federal government, focusing on management consulting, fraud risk, forensic accounting, and a variety of other services targeting government efficiency and accountability. The company shoots for long-standing relationships over quick hits, promoting trust as a selling point with clients.

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74. Synergy BIS

Synergy developers participate in a mobile application hackathon. (Courtesy of Synergy BIS)
  • Founded: 2005
  • Sector: Information technology
  • Headquarters: Arlington, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 4
  • Local Employees: 52
  • Total employees: 61
  • synergybis.com

Synergy BIS provides IT services and data analytics in the health-care and defense sectors. In recent years, the company has doubled down on mobile app development, as federal and commercial customers put a higher premium on taking their operations mobile.

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75. First Virginia Community Bank

(James Holter)
  • Founded: 2007
  • Sector: Financial services and insurance
  • Headquarters: Fairfax, Va.
  • Locations in D.C. area: 5
  • Local Employees: 70
  • Total employees: 71
  • fvcbank.com

A self-proclaimed "startup bank" that opened in 2007, First Virginia is chartered by Virginia to serve small and midsize businesses and personal banking customers. Chief executive David Pijor says the inner workings of the bank revolve around face-to-face interaction and a family-oriented culture.

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