iDirect Government (iDirectGov), for the third consecutive year, has been named the Washington Business Journal‘s (WBJ) Best Places to Work for the large company category. The WBJ acknowledges the top 100 Greater Washington, D.C. companies for their workplace excellence based on survey responses from their respective employees.
iDirectGov employees are all U.S. citizens, with a third being U.S. military veterans and more than 60% holding U.S. security clearances.
The honorees were announced at a virtual ceremony on May 20 and are listed on the Washington Business Journal Lists.
“What a tribute it is to our great team members that we are recognized for the third consecutive year as one of the best places to work in the greater Washington, D.C. area,” said John Ratigan, president of iDirect Government. “We pride ourselves on hiring smart people who bring their unique talents to the team to drive excellence in creating the utmost reliable SATCOM solutions for our military, homeland security, first responder and other government users.”
Ratigan added, “Our employees are the hallmark of our operations and enjoy a healthy work-life balance. Recently, thanks to obtaining and retaining the best employees, we delivered software with the most advanced security features available to the government SATCOM market, including information assurance (IA) and signal excision technology. It’s exciting endeavors such as this that our dedicated team members thrive on and make iDirectGov a great place to work.”
This award recognition adds to iDirect Government’s 2021 Innovation Award for Cyber Tech. The Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce award recognizes iDirectGov’s ingenuity with its Communication Signal Interference Removal (CSIR™) technology that helps the military to carry out its missions anywhere in the world they are located. iDirectGov was honored with this award win at the Mid-Atlantic Innovation Celebration ceremony on May 6.