Washington, D.C. – For the third year in a row, BayFirst Solutions has been ranked among Inc. Magazine’s top 5000 list of the fastest-growing, privately-held companies in the United States. This year, BayFirst placed #1821 nationwide and #21 among companies based in the District of Columbia, with a 3-year growth rate of 212 percent and topping out annual revenues over $46 million. This marks the fourth year since BayFirst’s founding that the company has made the list, a distinction only attained by one out of every ten companies.
“Our growth and success are byproducts of our core commitment to the integrity of our client services and our solutions-driven focus,” BayFirst CEO Kevin Gooch said. “Consistently, our employees are tackling some of the toughest challenges facing America’s homeland security and national defense initiatives, and their hard work is paying off for our clients. Inc. Magazine’s acknowledgment of BayFirst’s success for the third year in a row is a well-deserved recognition for us, and a challenge going into next year to keep up the pace.”
On average, companies that made this year’s Inc. 5000 list have grown six fold since 2013, during which time the U.S. economy only grew 6.7 percent. BayFirst is presently in the second year of implementing an aggressive 10-year growth strategy that includes a focus on recruiting top talent, pursuing and winning both recompetes and new contracts with the federal government, and developing additional capabilities as a leading consultancy serving homeland security and national defense efforts.
Founded in 2002, BayFirst Solutions 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.