WASHINGTON, DC | September 30, 2014 – Technical and Project Engineering, LLC (TAPE) announced that it was named one of the Top Women-Owned Businesses in the DC metro area by the Washington Business Journal in the DC metro area. TAPE was ranked eighth on the list which was published on September 12th.
“We are honored to receive this prestigious award,” said Louisa Long Jaffe, CEO and president of TAPE. “Our growth as a company is attributed to not only our solutions-based business approach, but the relationships we have built with our customers, teammates and employees. They are the foundation our success.”
Earlier this year, Jaffe was selected by the National Veteran-Owned Business Association as the “First Annual Woman Vetrepreneur of the Year” and honored by the White House as a veteran “Champion of Change.”
Known for its systems engineering expertise, TAPE provides technological, management/program support, and training solutions to government agencies. From program staffing and acquisition to information systems, modeling and simulation and cyber security solutions, TAPE brings a non-traditional, innovative approach that solves existing problems while anticipating and mitigating new ones. The company maintains its competitive advantage by providing state-of-the-art support services and leveraging innovative methodologies and processes that can be easily integrated and implemented.
Incorporated in 2003, TAPE is a CVE-Verified Service- Disabled Veteran-Owned/8(m) Woman-Owned Small Business (SDVO/WOSB). It is also a registered ISO 9001:2008 company under the International Organization for Standardization. To learn more about TAPE, visit www.TAPE-LLC.com.
Media Contact: Walt Long
Senior Communications Specialist