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Company NameHQ LocationYear Est.EmployeesRevenueLocationsGovt. Clients
HSS InternationalLake Arrowhead, California1991UnknownUnknown11
i3Springfiled, Virginia2008UnknownUnknown11
IMRG, Inc.Lanham, Maryland1997UnknownUnder $100 million21
IndraSoft, Inc.Herndon, Virginia2002UnknownUnknown11
Innovative Analytics & TrainingWashington, District of Columbia2004UnknownUnknown43
Instant TechnologyWashington, District of Columbia2001UnknownUnknown22
Intelligent Solutions, Inc.Boulder, Colorado1992UnknownUnknown72
iNTELLITREXWaldorf, Maryland2001UnknownUnknown12
Intergraph CorporationMadison, Alabama1969UnknownUnknown11
ITEQSilver Spring, Maryland1991UnknownUnder $100 million11
Janus AssociatesStamford, Connecticut1988UnknownUnder $100 million11
Joule Staffing ServiceEdison, New Jersey2000UnknownUnknown11
Kollmorgen Electro OpticalNorthampton, Massachusetts1916UnknownUnknown11
LG Iris USA Inc.Cranbury, New Jersey1997UnknownUnknown11
Lightwave LogicNewark, Delaware1995UnknownUnknown13
Los Alamos Technical AssociatesLos Alamos, New Mexico1976UnknownUnknown14
Manning Systems, Inc.Olathe, KansasUnknownUnknownUnknown11
Marine AcousticsArlington, Virginia1988UnknownUnknown12
McClendon Engineering & Analytical SolutionsArlington, Virginia1983UnknownUnknown96
McManis & Monsalve AssociatesManassas, Virginia1973UnknownUnknown11
Mergis Group, TheWashington, District of Columbia1946UnknownUnknown31
Metron, Inc.Arlington, Virginia1984UnknownUnknown41
Minerva EngineeringLinthicum Heights, Maryland1997UnknownUnknown44
MIT Lincoln LaboratoryLexington, Massachusetts1951UnknownUnknown13
Modular Space SystemsJacksonville, Florida1995UnknownUnknown13
MPRI, an L-3 Communications CompanyAlexandria, Virginia1987UnknownUnknown710
Navmar Applied Sciences CorporationLexington Park, Maryland1977UnknownUnknown11
N I CUnknownUnknownUnknown11
OG SystemsHerndon, Virginia1997UnknownUnder $100 million54
Peak Computer SolutionsVirginia Beach, Virginia1995UnknownUnder $100 million54
Polycom Inc.Boulder, Colorado1998UnknownUnder $100 million11
Project Developers, Inc.Sterling, Virginia1989UnknownUnknown11
Proven Inc.San Diego, California2007UnknownUnder $100 million11
Radian Inc.1986UnknownUnder $100 million11
Rainmaker Business ServicesPecos, New Mexico2000UnknownUnknown31
Relay TechnologySt Louis, MissouriUnknownUnknownUnknown11
ResourceTEKNashville, Tennessee2000UnknownUnknown21
RNB TechnologiesArlington, Virginia1999UnknownUnknown21
sapientBoston, Massachusetts1991UnknownUnknown21
Sava LLCHerndon, Virginia1971UnknownUnknown41
SBI Technologies Corp.Springfield, Virginia1997UnknownUnknown11
Schafer CorporationArlington, Virginia1972UnknownUnknown810
SeidconBethesda, Maryland1983UnknownUnknown14
SM & ANewport Beach, California1985UnknownUnknown21
SOC, Inc.Minden, NevadaUnknownUnknownUnknown11
Software Engineering InstitutePittsburgh, Pennsylvania1984UnknownUnder $100 million45
Southern Recruiting Solutions, Inc.Tampa, Florida2007UnknownUnknown11
Stanley Reid & CompanyState College, Pennsylvania2003UnknownUnknown61
Stratech Systems, Inc.McLean, Virginia1989UnknownUnknown11
Strategic Insights International, LLCReston, Virginia2002UnknownUnknown11

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