BayFirst ranked among U.S. economy’s “superheroes”

Sep 13, 2016 by bfsadmin Category: News

Washington, D.C. – BayFirst Solutions LLC has climbed ranks among America’s fastest-growing, privately-held companies, according to Inc. Magazine’s annual index, the Inc. 5000. With three-year growth of 238 percent and annual revenues topping $42.7 million, BayFirst ranked #1589 overall and #18 among companies based in the DC-metro area. This new ranking marks a significant jump over last year’s ranking of #2946.

“I could not be more proud of our entire BayFirst team,” CEO Kevin Gooch said of the new ranking. “We have set an aggressive course to serve our clients with innovative, strategic, and proactive solutions as they meet the challenges of protecting America’s homeland. We have recruited top talent in pursuit of our goals, expanded our capabilities, and strengthened our client base. These team efforts are clearly paying off, and I am enthusiastic about our continued growth and success.”

This year’s Inc. 5000 included top-performing companies in virtually every sector of the U.S. economy – from advanced business services to software developers and renewable energy producers. To qualify for the Inc. 5000, a company must have generated revenue by Mar. 31, 2012 and at least $2 million total revenue in 2015. Additionally, the company must be privately-held, for profit, and based in the United States. This is the third year BayFirst Solutions LLC has made the Inc. 5000 list.

Founded in 2002, BayFirst Solutions LLC is a strategic management and technology consulting firm that helps government agencies plan, manage and execute programs that enhance public safety and homeland security.

In addition to corporate offices in the District of Columbia, BayFirst teams presently operate across the nation, partnering with public sector clients to deliver impactful results in the areas of security risk management, network engineering and cybersecurity, aviation and marine engineering, integrated logistics modernization, strategic planning and acquisitions.

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