VIENNA, VA – On August 12, 2020, Artlin Consulting made the list for Inc. 5000 2020: Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America.
FAIRFAX, VA – On February 26, 2020, Artlin Consulting made the list for Inc. 5000 Series: D.C.Metro's Top Companies! This is Inc.'s first annual ranking of America's top businesses in the Washington Metropolitan region and the most prestigious ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in D.C., Maryland, Virginia and Delaware.
FAIRFAX, VA – On October 4th, 2019, Artlin Consulting is pleased to announce that it was selected for the 2019 Washington Technology Fast 50, which honors the 50 fastest growing small businesses in the federal market.
FAIRFAX, VA – On August 14th, 2019, Artlin Consulting made the list for Inc. 5000’s most successful companies in America for 2019! The list is for the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States. We owe this accomplishment to both our dedicated consultants and clients. Without them, we would not be able to demonstrate continued success. We appreciate that our clients trust us with their business needs and continue to help Artlin grow.
FAIRFAX, VA – Artlin Consulting is pleased to announce new appointments for three members of its senior leadership corps. Brian Baney has been named Vice President of Strategy & Growth, Mark Hogenmiller is the Vice President of Defense Programs, and Barb Volkman is the Vice President of Client Delivery. All three will be instrumental in Artlin's plans for continued growth and maturity.
FAIRFAX, VA – Artlin Consulting is pleased to announce that it has hired Duane Piper as its Chief Operating Officer. With his 25-years of experience with federal contracts and business and financial operations for large, small and startup companies, Duane will support Artlin's continued growth and the achievement of its strategic business objectives.
FAIRFAX, VA – Artlin Consulting, LLC, a Federal Consulting Firm based in Fairfax, VA, announced today that Sunny Singh has acquired the company and assumed the position of President effective November 30, 2018. Robin Tomlin, founder and former President, will remain on the Board of Directors. Artlin, founded in 2011, was formed on the principle that our customers deserve to work with knowledgeable Industry partners whom they can trust and depend on for quality, economical service. They provide consulting services concentrated in Supply Chain Management, Program Management, Strategic Sourcing, Business Process Re-engineering, and Process and Performance Improvement. Mr. Singh [...]
FAIRFAX, VA – Artlin Consulting ranked 16th in Consulting magazine’s 2018 list of Fastest Growing Firms. Consulting magazine produces an annual ranking of the consulting industry’s top performers in terms of revenue growth. Firms of all sizes from a variety of sectors are honored as the future of the industry. “This recognition and award – Consulting’s Fastest Growing Firms—is aimed squarely at these up-and-coming firms that all too often fly below the radar because they are not the biggest or the best-known firms. We want to shine a light on these firms because they are the future of consulting”, says Joseph Kornik, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief- [...]
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Artlin Consulting announced in October that it would name Brian C. Baney as the newest Vice President for the Washington, DC-based management consulting firm. Brian joins a seasoned leadership team that will help Artlin continue to expand into new customer engagements and develop a team of professionals that will deliver on our customers’ complex challenges. Brian Baney is a certified supply chain and process improvement professional with over 13 years of experience in business development, operations, organizational improvement, policy development, and program management for defense and homeland security organizations. Mr. Baney received a B.A. in Psychology [...]
WASHINGTON, D.C. — DC CyberWeek Presentation – Mark Hogenmiller along with Artlin Partners John O’Brien (540.co) and Steven Lee (Rotunda) conducted a SXSW style Panel discussion on “Leveraging Open-access Federal Data Stores – Challenges and Opportunities.” The Panel was moderated by Mr. Mark Krzysko, Deputy Director, AT&L Enterprise Information. Panel focused on that not all Federal government data sits behind a firewall, data source opportunities, the common roadblocks to using the data, and strategies for making the most of what you can get.