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DSFederal relocates headquarters after recent growth

DSFederal: Connecting the Dots

DSFederal today announced the expansion and relocation of its headquarters to Research Boulevard in Rockville, a move that accommodates a surge of new contract awards in late September.

Since October, the firm has added 60 new employees on projects supporting the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, the Food and Drug Administration, and the Health Resources and Services Administration. DSFederal, whose founders considered the Bethesda Barnes & Noble as their corporate suite when they launched the firm in 2007, has since expanded to nearly 150 employees throughout seven states serving over 30 government clients.

The new facility is located less than five minutes from I-270 and offers an on-site cafeteria serving breakfast and lunch, a cyber café, and a shared fitness center. The office will also accommodate anticipated growth in 2017 as the company’s client base continues to expand throughout the Departments of Health and Human Services, Defense, Transportation, and Agriculture.

“As we enter our tenth year in business, we are excited to start a new chapter on Research Boulevard, in the heart of Montgomery County,” said CEO Sophia Parker. “We look forward to contributing to the county’s vibrant economic climate with additional jobs and opportunities, especially for women and minorities.”

About DSFederal: DSFederal is a woman-owned consulting firm that specializes in research support, enterprise IT solutions, business process improvement, and training for Federal government agencies. The company has received awards from the U.S. Small Business Administration (Top Woman-Owned Small Business), the Washington Business Journal (Top Small Technology Company), and SmartCEO (Cornerstone Award.) Clients include the Departments of Health and Human Services, Homeland Security, Transportation, Defense, and Agriculture, among others. Projects range from mobile app development to training solutions to customization of software and processes in support of multi-billion dollar efforts for HHS agencies.


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