CHANTILLY, Va., Mar. 24, 2010 — The Mid-Atlantic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Inc. has named Citizant president Alba M. Alemán as 2010 Latina Business Owner of the Year for Fairfax County.

This award recognizes local Latina women who have made significant contributions to their organizations through successful leadership.  Ms. Alemán was honored for her strong leadership in driving exceptional growth for Citizant by maintaining an unwavering focus on customer satisfaction, quality initiatives, employee recruitment and development, and operational success.

Ms. Alemán and other honorees were recognized at the Annual Latinas Mean Business Luncheon and Business Expo in celebration of National Women’s History Month held in March. Following the awards ceremony, Alemán joined a panel of other business leaders for a discussion on the unique challenges and opportunities facing women in general, and Latinas in particular, when entering the business world.

About Citizant

Citizant designs and delivers smarter, leaner business and IT transformation solutions to the U.S. government, with a focus on the Departments of Treasury, Homeland Security, Justice, and Transportation. The company employs leading experts in Agile application development, DevOps automation, IT modernization, enterprise data management, and program management support. Citizant has been independently appraised at the CMMI Institute’s CMMI-DEV Maturity Level 3 and CMMI-SVC Maturity Level 3 and is ISO-9001:2015 certified. Citizant is headquartered in Chantilly, Va., with employees supporting customers throughout the Metro DC area and in more than 25 states. More information about the company is available at Follow us on Twitter at @Citizant or connect on LinkedIn (



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