LMI Releases 2016 Annual Report

LMI Releases 2016 Annual Report

Tysons, VA, June 16, 2017 — LMI released its 2016 annual report, detailing key achievements, metrics and stories from the year. The report details LMI’s performance in 2016, as well as its expanded portfolio, completed research projects, and upcoming leadership changes.

This year’s theme—inspired by progress, powered by people—focuses on the people-driven aspect of LMI and the client relationships it fosters.

“Our remarkable history has been built by even more remarkable people who come to work each day inspired to make a difference,” said Nelson Ford, president and CEO of LMI. “One such person is a true treasure. LMI is home to more than 1,200 of them.”

2016 was a noteworthy year for the company, which celebrated its 55th anniversary last October. In FY16, LMI reached $244 million in total revenue, received a client satisfaction rate of 99.8 percent, and expanded its services to support more than 35 government agencies.

The company underwent a series of organizational improvements and additions, including acquiring FourWinds to expand its intelligence community service offerings, hosting the very first Global Health 2030 Symposium to bring together health organizations and industry experts to improve global health, and winning the follow-on work to a large contract under the Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program.

“In 2016, we had some big wins—most notably, a nearly $60 million contract with the U.S. Army, one of our oldest clients,” said Michael A. Daniels, chairman of the board at LMI. “This is a testament to and a mark of the positive long-term relationships we regularly build with our clients.”

While the annual report details several major projects commissioned by the federal government, it also highlights LMI’s significant work done with the Commonwealth of Virginia and the U.S. Transportation Command. The company is also preparing for a significant leadership change with the retirement of president and CEO Nelson Ford, who will be stepping down in 2017.

LMI continues to focus its strategic research areas on workforce transformation and emerging technology, using the LMI Research Institute (LRI) to bring together academic partners and thought leaders to move an idea from its inspired start to its fruitful realization. The LRI’s Academic Partnership Program continues to apply ideas and innovations of faculty and students to real problems in government, leading to a successful third annual Government-University Forum held at LMI’s Tysons location.

The annual report also catalogs several major awards and honors given to the company, such as being named Best for Vets for the seventh year in a row, recognized as a technology leader by Washington Technology’s 2016 Top 100 list, and named the Kenyan American Chamber of Commerce’s Company of the Month in January 2016.

Read the report here.

About LMI
LMI is a consulting firm committed to improving the management of government. With more than 1,000 consultants, we design and implement solutions to some of the toughest problems facing government managers in logistics, information technology, and resource allocation. For 55 years, LMI has placed our clients’ interests first.