For approximately 25 years, STG has helped its customers build mission-critical functions that survive and thrive. How? We help our customers assess their objectives, develop performance-based statements of work, establish mileposts and build quality checks to ensure that we meet or exceed the drawing board spec. We do all this by focusing on the following six key areas: enterprise network operations, cyber security, financial services, systems engineering and integration, software engineering, and linguistics and intelligence solutions. Because change is the only constant in any project, we back up our commitment to quality service with ongoing customer support.
STG partners with more than 50 federal agencies, as well as Fortune 100 companies and overseas organizations. We serve our customers in more than 250 locations at home and abroad.
We are extremely proud of our employees’ contributions, which have been honored with top commendations from three consecutive Department of State Secretaries.
Our methods of consistent, performance-based outcomes for our customers and self-imposed quality standards have earned us an ISO 9001:2008 certification and SEI CMMI Maturity Level 3 rating. STG backs up its long-term support to its customers with ITIL-certified help desk personnel. Find out more about our quality commitment.
Revenue and Growth
Since 1986, STG has been uniquely positioned to drive, adapt and reinvent emerging technologies for mission-critical operations. This has provided us with above-industry average continual growth in revenue and customer base. STG remains a privately held company that empowers its employees to innovate and meet new challenges.
STG frequently ranks among the top government contractors based on independent surveys. Recent recognition includes the following:
- Washington Technology — Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors in the Nation
- Washington Business Journal — List of Largest Federal Contractors in Washington Metropolitan Area
- Washington Business Journal — List of Largest IT Employers in Washington Metropolitan Area
- Washington Business Journal — List of Largest Private Companies
- Government Computer News — Top IT Contractor at the Department of State