NES Associates Named to Washingtonian’s 2013 50 Best Places to Work List

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ALEXANDRIA, VA – NES Associates ( was recently named to the Washingtonian magazine’s 2013 listing of the 50 Best Places to Work in the Washington DC metro area. The top 50 workplaces were chosen for their generous pay and benefits, challenging and interesting work, great work and life balance, opportunities for employees to learn and grow, financial stability, commitment to charity and community, and the recognition and respect given to employees.

The winners were compiled by a panel of editors that reviewed over 200 companies and 13,000 employee surveys. Scores provided by employees through the surveys assisted heavily in making the final determinations of who was allotted a spot in the final listing.

“NES is pleased to be part of the Washingtonian’s 50 Best Places to Work as we are committed to both customer and employee satisfaction,” says Tim Murray, NES Chief Operating Officer. “The relentless focus of our CEO, Andy Gomer, on the contentedness of everyone at NES drives our daily success.”

The variation among the winning workplaces includes small and large companies and everything in between – one winner has only 19 employees whereas another has over 70,000 employees. The mix also comprises different industries such as government agencies, information-technology firms, government contractors, and nonprofit organizations.

The Washingtonian’s 50 Best Places to Work list started in 1999 and is compiled every other year.

About NES

NES Associates is headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia and provides network engineering and IT services to customers around the globe that depend on highly secure and reliable technology solutions. NES specializes in IT infrastructure architecture planning, design, and installation services; network operations and support; telecommunications bandwidth optimization; data center design, operations, and consolidation; application and software development; and cybersecurity.

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