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Washington Offices With the Best Coffee, Highest Pay, and More

Category winners from our 2011 Great Places to Work list

The staff at Northern Virginia Orthodontics has team spirit: On game days, they wear Caps shirts for good luck. Photograph by Vincent Ricardel

Offices with the highest employee scores for good coffee

1. Northern Virginia Orthodontics
2. NetApp
3. BTS
4. The Educe Group
5. Knight Point Systems
6. Dataprise
7. Praxis Engineering Technologies
8. Carfax
9. Broad Street Realty
10. GSM Consulting

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Offices with the highest employee scores for great pay

1. Eagle Hill Consulting
2. GSM Consulting
3. Integrity Applications Incorporated
4. Elevation
5. Knight Point Systems
6. Spider Strategies
7. Broad Street Realty
8. Miriam’s Kitchen
9. ViON Corporation
10. FGM

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Offices with the highest employee scores for “I love coming to work”

1. Elevation
2. Portal Solutions
3. Miriam’s Kitchen
4. Cassaday & Company
5. BTS
6. Northern Virginia Orthodontics
7. LivingSocial
8. Home Builders Institute
9. Dataprise
10. Plan B Technologies

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Offices with the best scores for flexibility

1. Eagle Hill Consulting
2. Spider Strategies
3. Portal Solutions
4. Miriam’s Kitchen
5. FGM
6. Dataprise
7. The Educe Group
8. Broad Street Realty
9. GSM Consulting
10. Home Builders Institute

This article appears in the November 2011 issue of The Washingtonian. 

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