Engility Corporation (NYSE: EGL), a leading pure-play government services contractor that supports its customers’ missions by delivering highly skilled professionals wherever and whenever they are needed in the most cost-effective manner, celebrates its 1-year anniversary today. “In 12 months, we have created a new business model for delivering specialized technology and mission expertise to our government partners,” said Engility President and CEO Tony Smeraglinolo. “The successes we have enjoyed as a new company are a tribute to the dedication of our employees, outstanding professionals who deliver superior results for our customers every day.” “In today’s historically challenging marketplace, Engility has raised the bar in the government services contracting industry,” said Engility Chairman of the Board Edward “Pete” Boykin. “We are privileged to work in an industry where we truly can contribute to our Nation’s foreign policy, and we have the right business model and the right people in place to execute on our customers’ mission priorities within their tightly constrained budgets.” Since its independence last July, Engility has been awarded more than $14 billion in new contract vehicles and recently won its largest re-compete contract for 2013, a $116 million contract with the U.S. Army Contracting Command. In addition, the company has been recognized for the measures it has taken to ensure exceptional service and quality for its customers, including recognition by the National Veteran Small Business Coalition for exceptional support of veteran and service-disabled veteran small businesses. In April, the Association for Corporate Growth, based in Northern Virginia, presented Engility with its award for Greatest Regional Impact Deal of the Year. And recently, Washington Technology magazine named Engility to its list of the Top 100 government contractors. Engility also announced this week that as part of its anniversary celebration, the company is making significant donations to the National Military Family Association, the Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund, and CARE.