Angela Drummond is selected for Federal 100 Award for individuals who demonstrate exceptional performance in the IT arena.
SiloSmashers receives Association for Federal Information Resource Management (AFFIRM) Leadership Award.
SiloSmashers named to the DiversityBusiness.com Top 500 Women-owned Businesses; the company is also named a Top Diversity-owned and Woman-owned businesses in Virginia and the U.S., and a Top Native-American owned business in the U.S. Angela Drummond receives the Fast Company Women Presidents' Organization Award.
SiloSmashers continues expansion and moves to its new headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia. SiloSmashers is named to Washington Business Journal’s list of Fastest Growing Companies, and appears on the list again in 2005. SiloSmashers acquires Denali Associates to expand specific competency areas. Two years later, SiloSmashers acquires the Martis Group.
SiloSmashers is named to the Washington Technology Fast 50, and remained on the list through 2005.
SiloSmashers becomes certified as an 8(a) Small Business.
SiloSmashers embarks on a branding campaign and officially changes the firm’s name to SiloSmashers.
Angela Drummond creates, authors, and leads the development of the highly-valued Peak Performance® methodology for program and project management.
Angela Drummond founds SiloSmashers as Structured Solutions Inc., a woman-owned firm, and wins its first contract with the Department of Defense (DoD) to build and run the first DoD Center for Process Improvement.