NetCentrics Wins Best CEO Award in National Ranking
Award from Comparably’s 5th Annual ‘Best Places to Work Awards’
HERNDON, VA – DECEMBER 14, 2021 — NetCentrics, a leading provider of cybersecurity services to government and industry, today announced that Kenny Cushing, CEO, has received a “Best CEO” award from the workplace sentiment site Comparably. The award is based on verified employee reviews and compares CEOs managing companies of the same size. NetCentrics is one of only three companies in Virginia to get this award.
“This award is an honor, and I look forward to maintaining the high levels of trust extended to me. NetCentrics is advancing at warp speed because of the hard work, dedication, and integrity of the team members here,” says Mr. Cushing.
Cushing adds: “Our company serves mission-focused organizations throughout the U.S. Government. Our leadership in emerging technologies continues to demand intense collaboration, so this award is a vote of confidence from the team.”
Comparably analyzed anonymous survey feedback from employees working across 60,000 U.S. companies large and small. The ranking is based solely on the sentiment ratings of their top leaders. The list is segmented by Top 50 large companies (more than 500 employees) and Top 50 small/mid-size businesses (less than 500 employees). NetCentrics won in the latter category.
“To score high enough to make our annual ‘Best CEO’ list is not an easy feat, and Kenny Cushing did just that. It is a testament to the fact that NetCentrics employees value his leadership style and approach,” says Comparably CEO Jason Nazar.
The “Best CEO” awards are based on anonymous employee sentiment ratings. Employee participation was not required and there were no employee incentives associated with participating.
Access the full list of Comparably’s awards can be found here.
This award comes shortly after NetCentrics announced additional management-level changes. Among new additions this month are Mohammad Samha, formerly of the U.S. Department of Homeland of Security, and Ty Henrichsmeyer of Amazon. John Felker, the former Assistant Director for Integrated Operations, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) joined the company’s Advisory Board in November, 2021.
About the NetCentrics Service Suite
NetCentrics delivers cybersecurity, telecommunications, and enterprise IT services for large-scale government agencies, national defense, and private industry. Services include:
Cybersecurity: Building, deploying, and protecting mission-critical digital infrastructure with forward-looking, emerging technology;
Telecommunications: Planning, scaling, and securing vital communication systems necessary for daily operations;
Enterprise IT: Modernizing, optimizing, and hardening physical and digital assets to enhance security and economic output.
NetCentrics (www.netcentrics.com), established in 1995, continues to be the market leader in cybersecurity, telecommunications and enterprise IT for the federal government and private industry. The company holds several contract vehicles for work with the federal government. The company has hires technical experts in a variety of specialized fields; see the website for current openings and locations. NetCentrics is headquartered in the Dulles Technology Corridor outside Washington, D.C., in Herndon, Virginia.
Comparably (www.comparably.com) is a leading workplace culture and corporate brand reputation platform with over 15 million anonymous employee ratings on 70,000 companies. With the most comprehensive data on large and SMB organizations in nearly 20 different workplace categories – based on gender, ethnicity, age, experience, industry, location, education – it is one of the most used SaaS platforms for employer branding and a trusted third party site for workplace culture and compensation. For more information on Comparably’s studies and annual Best Places to Work & Best Brands Awards, visit www.comparably.com/news.
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