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DRT Strategies Inc. Arlington, Va. CAGR: 70.9 percent 30 Susan Kidd said. The work environment can be demand- ing because personality issues, clients' o ce politics and tight deadlines often rule the day. "I can't control those things, but what I can control is the employees' experience within DRT," she said. "We like to say, 'Happy employees equal ecstatic customers.'" The culture she built at DRT is based on a collaborative environment where smart people work together and help one another succeed, she said, adding that DRT stands for Driving Results Together. The company has landed customers at a variety of agencies, including the Food and Drug Administration, the Environmen- tal Protection Agency, the Transportation Department, the Agriculture Department, the Federal Emergency Management Agen- cy, the Defense Travel Management O ce and the Navy. About 70 percent of the company's work focuses on project management and IT support, another 20 percent is devoted to financial services, and the final 10 percent focuses on the IT that supports citizen- centric and mobile solutions. Kidd said the keys to DRT's success have been relationships and adaptability. "You have to be flexible and willing to change," she said. "You have to be open to new opportunities and not be afraid to take risks." She credits her willingness to do that to her upbringing. Her parents divorced when she was 12, and Kidd took on a parental role with her younger sister as her Korean-born mother struggled with English and under- standing American culture. "I had to grow up right away," Kidd said. Her mother worked as a seamstress in a factory. "I grew up in humble means, but I don't view it as di cult," Kidd said. "We lived paycheck to paycheck, but we had each other and we were happy."• August 30, 2013 FCW.COM 37
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