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The Post 200 is an annual snapshot of the companies, law firms, nonprofits and other organizations that power our local economy. Here's a look at this year's list.

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Members of Engility’s leadership team and board of directors stand in front of the New York Stock Exchange soon after the company went public in July. (Courtesy of Engility)

Public companies

23. Engility

The government services firm got its start this year, after New York-based defense contractor L-3 Communications spun off the roughly $1.6 billion business. Engility, whose services span specialized engineering consulting to logistical support overseas, is now led by Tony Smeraglinolo, former executive vice president of L-3’s services group. The company announced a voluntary employment separation program for employees and said it plans to eliminate some internal divisions.


Engility's employees have worked in more than 140 countries.



Founded: 2012

President and CEO:Tony Smeraglinolo

Revenue: $2180000000

Assets: $1503210000

Employees (local): 7800 (1475)

NOTE: Our methodology for the rankings.
DATE: Dec. 17, 2012
CREDIT: Dan Beyers, Sarah Halzack, Greg Linch, Jason Bartz - The Washington Post.