MCLEAN, VA.—Womble Carlyle attorneys Dean Rutley and Andy Tucker attended the Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) 9th Annual Awards Gala on May 9.
The firm was a Silver Sponsor of the gala. Representatives from several clients joined Rutley and Tucker at the Womble Carlyle table.
The Government Contractor of the Year Awards (given in three different revenue categories) recognize companies that have shown a commitment to excellence in financial performance. The SECAF Award of Excellence highlights organizations that represent excellence within their respective communities, the government contracting industry, and towards employees. The Government Project of the Year is given to a company that has delivered an exemplary program with significant value to the federal government. Finally, the Small Business Partner of the Year is awarded to a company that has demonstrated its ability to establish and support mentorships, teaming, partnerships, and other beneficial programs for small businesses.
Several firm clients joined Rutley and Tucker at the Womble Carlyle table, including Lisa Fee of Boost LLC, Heather Louise Finch of HLF LLC, Jeannette Lee of Cyper LLC, and Matt Stavish and Ed Stucky of Republic Capital Access.
Click here for a full list of 2017 SECAF Government Contractor Awards winners.
And click here to read more about Womble Carlyle’s Government Contracts practice.
Dean Rutley has 30 years of experience representing companies in a wide range of corporate, transactional, and securities matters. Rutley’s practice is concentrated on emerging growth and mid-market companies (both public and private) with regard to a variety of domestic and international business transactions. He practices in Womble Carlyle’s Northern Virginia office.
Andy Tucker’s corporate and securities experience includes representation of issuers and underwriters in public offerings, ongoing securities compliance and capital markets transactions. His clients also include venture capitalists, emerging companies and private equity funds. Tucker practices in Womble Carlyle’s Washington, D.C. office.