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Digital Management

Founded in 2002,Digital Managementis an information technology strategy and solutions company focused on servicing the needs of a Federal Government undergoing transformation. Our express mission is to apply our team's earned expertise in secure information systems management and development to help create a government that thinks differently. To achieve this goal, we have brought together a seasoned, interdisciplinary team selected from the industry's leading e-business and security-focused service and technology professionals. Digital Management is a young company, but we possess a wealth of industry experience far beyond our years,a small business with big business acumen. Because we're young, small, and aggressive, we attract some of the best minds in e-business and possess an extraordinary ability to quickly adapt to and address our clients' changing needs. We routinely go beyond what is considered exceptional and redefine the standard for what quality service delivery should be. But don't take our word for it; put us to the test! Digital Management is an SBA-certified, minority-owned 8(a) business.  


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About Sunny Bajaj

It shouldn't be a surprise Sunny Bajaj has started his own tech outfit, government IT services provider Digital Management. Sunny's dad Ken started Internet services provider AppNet (sold for$2.1 billion) and secure network services provider DigitalNet Holdings (sold for $600 million). Not to be outdone, Sunny's mother Kavelle founded network services company I-Net (sold for $240 million). "I was the only 13-year-old who knew what an RFP was," Sunny tells us at his Bethesda office.

Sunny, 31, started Digital Management in 2002 after working for his father out of the University of Maryland; he had  debated getting an MBA. (After six years of intensive entrepreneurship, he's probably earned the equivalent of six MBAs by now.) Digital Management, which provides technical strategy for government agencies, is working with DISA (that would be the Defense Information Systems Agency, but you knew that) on automating the separation of military and citizen bandwidth frequencies so someone with a cell phone doesn't accidentally set off a bomb. (Oh, my. We hope DISA is well enough funded.)  The company is also helping the Mine Safety and Health Administration set up command posts at the site of mining disasters like the one in Crandall Creek, Utah last August.

Sunny's company did $8.1 million in revenue last year and hopes to double it this year. His goal is to reach $100 million within five years and expand the company's 75 employees to over 1,000. "My Dad always preached education and hard work, while my Mom was kind of a street hustler," Sunny says. "I think I'm a hybrid of the two."