Thursday, October 4, 2007

Setting Sail

WaPo's WashBiz Blog recently posted an item about CACI International, an Arlington-based information technology and network services provider, announcing that it had snapped up Columbia's Dragon Development.

We had not heard much about Dragon before, and that's probably because the company provides professional, technical and engineering services to the intelligence community. According to CACI, the company's revenue is expected to eclipse $32 million in 2007, and its workforce includes 75 people who hold top secret security clearances with special access.

Those sorts of people are really hard to come by these days, what with the boom in post 9/11 security spending, especially for smaller firms. Dragon's secret? Could it be the "Dragon Club?" The company offers Caribbean cruises and such to hard-working employees and their spouses.

We wonder if the boss is reading this...

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