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FCW : August 30, 2013
Markon Solutions Falls Church, Va. CAGR: 57.3 percent 39 August 30, 2013 FCW.COM 39 management office for the intelligence community campus in Bethesda," he said. The government is retrofitting the build- ings on the 40-acre campus to meet future requirements, Dean said. "They've asked us to oversee the entire planning and the design and construction of some of the gen- eral contractors that are coming in and out of that compound," he said. The company's goal is fairly straightfor- ward. "Our strategy has continued to be to set a foundation and continue to grow as a company," Dean said. "We do not have a strategy of getting to a certain size and then selling the company." Growth is tied into Markon Solutions' vision to provide a path to success for employees and clients while maintaining its small-business culture, he added. Dean takes great pride in that culture, which is shaped by the same principle that led him to create the company. "One of the things that got me moti- vated to start my own company is that I really wanted the ability to design my own career," he said. "I didn't want other people to limit my success. That's how we've built our culture. Within Markon, everybody has the opportunity to be a leader; they have the opportunity to do di erent things." One of Markon Solutions' processes shows that idea in action: The company doesn't lay o its employees after a con- tract ends. Instead, managers look for other projects that need support and transfer employees to them. That approach has made Markon Solu- tions an attractive place to work and con- tributed to the company's low employee turnover rate. Now, with 105 employees and counting, the company looks forward to what the future will bring as the Markon name con- tinues to thrive.• Matt Dean
August 15, 2013
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