Chantilly, VA – March 13, 2018 – AOC Key Solutions, Inc. (KSI) a northern Va. based proposal development firm, announced that it has helped its clients win more than $18 billion in government contracts in 2017.

AT&T First Net was at the top of the 2017 list with a $6.5 Billion contract to build a national public safety broadband network for first responders under a 25-year public-private partnership. Other companies with large wins include long-term AOC Key Solutions clients; Sig Sauer, Lockheed Martin, Maximus and more.

“2017 was a record year for AOC Key Solutions! Every day we are proud to come to work and help our clients win federal contracts to perform important work for our nation. We use our Billion Dollar Club to document these wins annually because it really is the ultimate show of where the rubber meets the road in government contracting.”

–Greg McCarthy, CEO, AOC Key Solutions

The annual “Billion Dollar Club”, represents major government contract awards where AOC Key Solutions’ proposal development services played an important role in helping clients secure a winning bid.

To view the full list of the 2017 wins, visit the 2017 Billion Dollar Club. To view past years, visit the AOC Key Solutions Billion Dollar Club page.

About AOC Key Solutions, Inc.
AOC Key Solutions (KSI) is a consulting firm dedicated to helping companies win government contracts through proposal development, capture, and market assessment services. To learn more visit us at

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