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Company NameHQ LocationYear Est.EmployeesRevenueLocationsGovt. Clients
Caribou ThunderOsseo, Minnesota2006<25Unknown11
Carolina Unmanned Vehicles, Inc.Raleigh, North Carolina1991<25Under $100 million12
Carpathia Hosting, Inc.Ashburn, Virginia200326-100Unknown11
Carronbridge Consulting GroupFranklin, Tennessee2002<25Unknown12
Carson Solutions LLCClinton, Maryland2000<25Unknown23
Catapult Technology LtdBethesda, Maryland1996501-2,000Under $100 million74
CC Intelligent SolutionsRaleigh, North Carolina200126-100Under $100 million13
CDI CorporationPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania1950501-2,000$750 million to $1 billion62
CDO Technologies, Inc.Dayton, Ohio1995101-500Under $100 million13
CDS2Clifton, Virginia199426-100Under $100 million28
Celerity IT LLCMcLean, Virginia2002101-500Under $100 million155
Celestar CorporationTampa, Florida200126-100Under $100 million44
CenGenColumbia, Maryland200026-100Unknown13
Centauri Solutions, LLCAlexandria, Virginia2006101-500Under $100 million128
Centech Group, Inc.Arlington, Virginia1988UnknownUnknown13
Center for Naval AnalysesAlexandria, Virginia1942501-2,000$100 million to $750 million13
Center for Strategic ManagementSeverna Park, Maryland1995<25Under $100 million13
CENTRA Technology, Inc.Arlington, Virginia1985UnknownUnknown36
CentreTEK Solutions, LLCEllicott City, Maryland200026-100Under $100 million21
Centrifuge SystemsMcLean, Virginia2000<25Under $100 million12
Centurum, Inc.Marlton, New Jersey1969101-500Under $100 million516
Cfd Research CorporationHuntsville, Alabama198726-100Unknown13
CGIFairfax, Virginia197610,000+$1 billion to $10 billion23
CH2M HILLEnglewood, Colorado199810,000+$1 billion to $10 billion11
Chamberlain GroupLynchburg, Virginia1997<25Under $100 million12
ChaoticVienna, Virginia1984<25Under $100 million11
Charles River AnalyticsCambridge, Massachusetts198326-100Unknown14
Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc.Cambridge, Massachusetts1973501-2,000$100 million to $750 million32
ChenegaAnchorage, Alaska19745,000-10,000$750 million to $1 billion3117
Cherokee Information ServicesArlington, Virginia1990101-500Under $100 million112
CherryRoad TechnologiesMorris Plains, New Jersey2007<25Under $100 million13
Chesapeake Strategies Group, Inc.Annapolis, Maryland2001<25Under $100 million41
Chesapeake Technology InternationalCalif., Maryland1998<25Under $100 million41
Chickasaw Nation IndustriesNorman, Oklahoma1996UnknownUnknown92
Chiliad -- "Connecting the Dots"Amherst, Massachusetts1996<25Under $100 million36
Chugach Alaska CorporationAnchorage, Alaska19725,000-10,000$750 million to $1 billion82
CIBER, Inc.Greenwood Village, Colorado19745,000-10,000$750 million to $1 billion94
CINTT CorporationAnnapolis, Maryland2004<25Under $100 million11
CiphentHanover, Maryland200626-100Under $100 million61
CipherLogixBrandywine, Maryland2006<25Unknown21
Cipher SystemsAnnapolis, Maryland199626-100Under $100 million16
Circinus LLCFredericksburg, Virginia2001<25Under $100 million13
Circle SolutionsMcLean, Virginia1980101-500Under $100 million14
Cisco SystemsSan Jose, California198410,000+$10 billion to $50 billion41
CI Software AssociatesBeverly, Massachusetts197426-100Unknown11
CitizantChantilly, Virginia1999101-500Under $100 million22
Cityon Systems, Inc.Plano, Texas199826-100Under $100 million21
Clearbridge Technology GroupChelmsford, Massachusetts2005<25Under $100 million71
Clearcube TechnologyAustin, Texas1997101-500Under $100 million16
Cleared ConnectionsReston, Virginia2000<25Unknown41

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