We take pride in our work and our workplace. We constantly set our sights on producing products that are original, innovative, and impactful. Our solutions do more than meet set specifications, they exceed expectations and achieve results that make the world a better place. For this, we sometimes even get noticed!
|We took home the gold! The "Here For Good"  campaign for the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI) won top prize in the Charitable category at the 2013 Word of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA) Awards.|
|In 2013 our Facebook campaign  for the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants won an Online Media, Marketing and Advertising (OMMA) Award. In addition, CGDev  and Gorongosa.org , website we built and designed were honored with WebAwards from the Web Marketing Association.|
|We were awarded five 2010 WebAwards  and were awarded seven 2011 WebAwards  including "
Web Developer. In 2012 we were awarded, four WebAwards , including "Outstanding Website" for three nonprofit websites.
|Our CountySinRankings.org application was awarded first place (out of 13) in the Sunlight Foundation's "Design for America" contest in the "Visualizing Community Health Data" category. More about this award .
|Our DataMasher.org application was awarded first place (out of 47) in the Sunlight Foundation's "Apps for America 2" contest. Entrants were challenged to build a web site or internet application that makes federal data more accessible, interesting, and valuable. More about this award. 
|Our Legistalker.org  application was awarded second place (out of 45) in the Sunlight Foundation's "Apps for America," a contest in which participants built a web site or internet application to make the U.S. Congress more accountable, interactive, and transparent. More about this award .
|Washingtonian magazine recognized Forum One as one of the "Great Places to Work " because of our "interesting and challenging work, good pay and benefits, stability, and flexibility and collegial staff who feel they’re making a difference."
|The Wall Street Journal recognized Forum One as one of 35 National "Top Small Workplaces " Finalists.|