Founded in 2002, PROJECTXYZ is a proven, Economically Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Small Business. From graduating from the 8(a) program, to acquiring another small business, PROJECTXYZ has achieved important milestones leading up to the mature, capable small business it is today.




PROJECTXYZ was formed to provide leading Healthcare IT solutions in support of customers across the United States. This provided PROJECTXYZ its foundation as a technology company.



PROJECTXYZ entered the 8(a) program in November of 2007. This provided the company a foundation from which to grow into a sucessful, Government contracting small business.



Establishing itself as a Government contractor, PROJECTXYZ received its first Federal contract in 2008 to provide the U.S. Army with enterprise data transport solutions including inside/outside cable plant. Since then, the company has been awarded multiple prime contracts and performed on more than 90 DoD task orders.



Transitioning into a mature, successful small business, PROJECTXYZ became ISO 9001:2008 certified and entered the DoD Mentor Protege program in 2012. The company also built a 30kw solar site for alternative energy test and analysis.



Demonstrating an ability to invest and partner with our customers, PROJECTXYZ purchased a 103,000 sq. ft. Logistics Support Center to support US Army customers.



Through corporate growth, PROJECTXYZ appeared on the Inc. 5000 list for the first time and was the recipient of the Nunn-Perry Mentor Protégé award. Supporting continual community investment initiatives, the company purchased the BizTech building in Huntsville which serves as a business incubator for start-ups and small businesses.



Through the acquisition of Premier Professional Systems, the company expanded capabilities and growth in logistics, maintenance, and software engineering for federal customers; made the Inc. 5000 list for the second consecutive year and received the Huntsville/Madison Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year award.



Recognized for management and technical excellence, PROJECTXYZ was named a finalist for the US Chamber of Commerce’s Dream Big Awards and received the Woman-owned Business Achievement Award. Also, for the fourth consecutive year, PROJECTXYZ was named to the Inc. 5000 list.



PROJECTXYZ continued steady growth providing Non-Standard Missile System Engineering for Federal customers and Logistics support to the US Army Security Assistance Directorate. Contributing additional growth, the company received a $70 million prime contract to support the US Army United States Security Command (USASAC).



Celebrating 17 years in business, the company reached a milestone with over 100 employees and awarded a $17.2 million Foreign Military Sales prime contract to develop and deliver system modifications for the M48A3 Chaparral Fire Unit in Cairo Egypt. Marking another first, CEO Kim Lewis was named 2019 Board Chair for the Huntsville/Madison Chamber of Commerce, making her the first African American woman appointed in this role.