Dev Technology Team at the Washington Post Top Workplaces event.

Top Workplace–6th year

Dev Technology recognized as a Top Workplace 6 Years in a row

The Washington Post named Dev Technology as a Top Workplace based on the results of employee surveys.

Dev Technology has been awarded a 2019 Top Workplaces honor by The Washington Post based solely on the results of an employee feedback survey. This is the sixth year in a row that Dev Technology has received this designation—receiving the award every year since the list has been published.

The Washington Post partners with Energage, an employee research and consulting firm, to survey employees and determine the Washington area’s Top Workplaces. Overall, more than 3,000 employers in the region were invited to take the survey, and more than 61,398 employees participated in the survey questionnaires. The survey included questions covering how employees view their job, the quality of leadership, pay and benefits practices, work-life balance, and more.

Dev Technology specializes in full stack application development, biometrics and identity management, cloud and infrastructure optimization, IT and legacy modernization, and data management. Dev Technology was founded with a focus on putting its clients and employees first. Employees share why they feel Dev Technology is a top workplace:

“It’s a company that truly cares about the people they hire and the customers we support. We take pride in supporting the missions of our federal clients.”

“My job provides me with the opportunity to be creative and to try new things, meet new people, work on projects, and to continually stretch myself. I enjoy helping others. I get to interact with almost everyone in the company and I like the people I work with very much. On a higher level, the work we do has a positive impact on the people of our country and our nation. I like knowing that I am part of that, even tangentially.”

“I really believe in Dev Technology’s core values. Most other companies just value the bottom line, and it’s apparent in the way they treat employees and how employees treat each other. I have seen so many different ways that employees and leaders live up to these values. It’s really important that if I am going to spend so much time around people every day, that I want to share their values and to be able to trust them.”

“Dev Technology helped employees affected by the shutdown to continue to receive their paychecks.”

“We take great care to focus on programs to create a positive work environment for our team members, and the Top Workplaces recognition acknowledges that this focus is having a direct impact,” stated Kendall Holbrook, Dev Technology CEO. “I am so proud of Dev Technology’s culture; especially since this award—which is based on our team’s feedback—illustrates that our corporate culture is felt by our team members who are both tenured and new to the organization.”

“I am filled with pride to be leading Human Resources at an organization with a combination of an employee-centric leadership team coupled with highly engaged, mission centric team members,” stated Anna Wahl, Dev Technology Director of Human Resources.

The Washington Post hosted an awards ceremony on Thursday, June 20 to recognize the top-ranked companies. For more about The Washington Post’s Top Workplaces and to see the full list of this year’s honorees, visit