Contracting Firm Moves to F.C.’s George Mason Square

July 25, 2012 10:38 PM0 comments

New Editions Consulting, a small, woman-owned government contracting firm, has moved its corporate headquarters from McLean to George Mason Square in Falls Church. New Editions consults with many Federal agencies and private sector clients on health, disability and social policy issues.

The firm is a leader in accessible Information Technology. Founded by President Sheila Newman, the 24 employee headquarter office offers accessible IT, research, evaluation, policy analysis, training and technical assistance. For four consecutive years, 2007-2010, New Editions was recognized by Inc. magazine as one of the fastest growing small firms in the region. The company has also been recognized for its model for hiring and retaining employees with disabilities by Fairfax County as the recipient of its 2007 Employer of the Year Award and by a WUSA through a JC and Friends segment in early 2008 JC and Friends focused on the corporate model of including individuals with disabilities in the workplace. For more information about New Editions, visit www.NewEditions.net.

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