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Company NameHQ LocationYear Est.EmployeesRevenueLocationsGovt. Clients
1FORCE Herndon, Virginia2007UnknownUnknown21
1 Source Consulting, Inc.Washington, District of Columbia1999UnknownUnknown33
Abacus Technology CorporationLexington, Maryland1983UnknownUnknown26
Adaptive Tech Resources Freehold, New Jersey1996UnknownUnknown31
AeroIndustryJobs.comOxford, Maine2001UnknownUnder $100 million11
Ajilon Professional Staffing, LLCThousand Oaks, California1998UnknownUnknown61
Akimeka LLCKihei, Hawaii1997UnknownUnknown41
Anonymizer, IncSan Diego, California1997UnknownUnknown11
Applied Engineering and Technical Solutions, Inc.Colorado Springs, Colorado2007UnknownUnknown11
AptimaWoburn, Massachusetts1996UnknownUnknown26
Archer Schoen Associates, LLCBurtonsville, Maryland2008UnknownUnknown11
Archimedes GlobalTampa, Florida2005UnknownUnknown15
ARES GroupAlexandria, Virginia2001UnknownUnknown11
Arete AssociatesArlington, Virginia1976UnknownUnknown21
ARIS CareersLincoln, California2009UnknownUnknown21
ASAAW GroupAshburn, Virginia1997UnknownUnknown11
AutonomySan Francisco, California1996UnknownUnknown11
bd SystemsColorado Springs, Colorado1981UnknownUnknown13
Black and VeatchOverland Park, Kansas1916UnknownUnknown22
Brennan and Brennan Executive SearchSnellville, GeorgiaUnknownUnknownUnknown21
Business Development Technologies, INCAnnapolis, Maryland2005UnknownUnknown11
Capgemini Government SolutionsHerndon, Virginia2002UnknownUnknown12
Centech Group, Inc.Arlington, Virginia1988UnknownUnknown13
CENTRA Technology, Inc.Arlington, Virginia1985UnknownUnknown36
Chickasaw Nation IndustriesNorman, Oklahoma1996UnknownUnknown92
Complete Data SolutionsArlington, Virginia1997UnknownUnknown22
Craig TechnologiesCape Canaveral, Florida1999UnknownUnknown38
Creative Information Technology, Inc.Arlington, Virginia1996UnknownUnknown15
Cyberspace SolutionsReston, Virginia2008UnknownUnknown25
Cypress Group, TheSouthlake, TexasUnknownUnknownUnknown21
Data Management GroupSpringfield, Virginia1995UnknownUnknown11
Defense Group, Inc.Washington, District of Columbia1987UnknownUnknown11
Defense Talent NetworkAustin, Texas2003UnknownUnknown11
Definitive LogicArlington, Virginia1999UnknownUnknown15
Dell, Inc. / Dell Perot SystemsRound Rock, Texas1984UnknownAbove $50 billion204
DPR Construction, Inc.Falls Church, Virginia1990UnknownUnknown11
DynamisArlington, Virginia2008UnknownUnknown21
Dyncorp International Phoenix Training CenterFalls Church, Virginia1991UnknownUnknown21
EconosoftSan Jose, California1996UnknownUnknown11
Esenai CorporationHanover, Maryland2001UnknownUnknown11
eXMeritus Software Federal Systems, Inc.Fairfax, Virginia2002UnknownUnknown11
FCN ITRockville, Maryland1990UnknownUnder $100 million21
GEOREPSReston, VirginiaUnknownUnknownUnknown31
Gleason Research Associates, Inc.Huntsville, Alabama1982UnknownUnknown21
Global Staffing and Consulting, LLCSilver Spring, MarylandUnknownUnknownUnknown41
Global Technology PartnersMount Laurel, New JerseyUnknownUnknownUnder $100 million11
Globecomm Services Maryland LLCSavage, Maryland1994UnknownUnknown31
Grant ThorntonAlexandria, Virginia1924UnknownUnknown11
Guardsmark, LLCMemphis, Tennessee1963UnknownUnknown11
Hiring Strategy LLCBowie, Maryland2008UnknownUnknown32

This project was last updated in September 2010. Data is accurate as of that date.
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