Dev Technology is a recipient of multiple industry awards that show our commitment exceeding the expectations of both our clients and our employees.

Washington Post Top Workplaces 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017

The Washington Post named Dev Technology as a Top Workplace four years in a row, which is also every year the survey has been run. Only 34 other companies share this record. The award is given based on an employee survey covering all aspects of the workplace experience including opportunity for growth, challenging projects and overall workplace fun. Learn more about this survey what employees say about working at Dev Technology.

2017 GovCon Awards Finalist

The Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce and the Professional Services Council selected Dev Technology as a finalist for Contractor of the Year in the $25-$75 million category for the 15th Annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards™. These awards honor companies in the government contracting community for their commitment to excellence and their role in shaping the marketplace.​

ACT-IAC Igniting Innovation Award 2014 and 2016

In 2014, the Dev Technology and Customs and Border Protection (CBP) team was selected to participate in the Igniting Innovation Showcase to demo the Iris Pilot. During the showcase, attendees voted for their favorite innovations and selected the Iris Pilot project as one of the Top 8 innovations of the day. Finally, the event judges selected the Iris Pilot as a Dynamite Award Winner in the area of High Risk, High Reward. In 2016, Dev Technology returned to the showcase to demonstrate the Federated Person Query where it was selected as a Top Eight Finalist.

Recipient of two E-Gov Pioneer Awards

Dev Technology’s development expertise was formally recognized when two of the projects it supported were awarded with E-Gov Pioneer Awards.

  • National File Tracking System (NFTS) — Dev Technology’s role on this project was to lead the design and development of the Oracle database and contribute to the overall architecture of the NFTS which improved the quality of citizen and immigrant file tracking for DHS’ U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service. This system was the first nationally deployed Web-based system within the former INS. The effort also included conversion of over 80 legacy databases to a centralized Oracle database.
  • Student Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) — Under Congressional pressure with aggressive deadlines after the events of 9/11, Dev Technology worked on a team to implement a system to increase homeland security by tracking foreign students and exchange visitors during their stay in the U.S. Dev Technology led the design and development of the Oracle database as well as provided Java/J2EE development as a member of an EDS led team.

BMC Remedy Award of Excellence

Dev Technology was recognized for innovative implementation and functionality of the Remedy ITSM Suite. Additionally, our experts have been invited to present topics at annual BMC Remedy Users Conferences.