Just may involve WidePoint Corp. (NYSEMKT:WYY).
Largely left for dead when their federal government dependent cyber-security, communications management, and consulting business hit the wall due to Federal Government and congressional reluctance to do the People's work that they were hired and tasked to do, WYY has reoriented it's business to take advantage of its strengths, and tidied up its business plan to make it far less exposed to federal government shenanigans.
Bruised and battered and taken down from the $1.30's in late 2010 to just the $.30's in late 2012, the company has, through conservative management and sector acumen, realigned themselves to take advantage of similar opportunities that are presenting in the state and local government sector as well as the private and commercial sectors. They have the technology, access, and credentials to make a nice run over the next 2 years from the current valuations while also breaking the stranglehold previously imposed through it's Federal government business focus.
WYY is not doing this by adding a lot of debt nor through dilution. The ramp up should be largely old school "if you build it they will come" with a shot in the arm to increase the Johnny Appleseed factor by ramping up the sales force to take advantage of already existing opportunities that they were heretofore not able to go after due. They have actually paid down some debt during these tough times and have largely made the acquisitions that will ensure commercial success.
This writer has held WYY since the highs (and is greatly relieved at this juncture) and has continued to add to his position. Right sector, right time, right players.
Disclosure: I am long WYY. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it. I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article.