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Company NameHQ LocationYear Est.EmployeesRevenueLocationsGovt. Clients
Agilex TechnologiesChantilly, Virginia2007101-500Under $100 million63
AgilePath CorporationNewburyport, Massachusetts2003<25Under $100 million31
Agilent Technologies, Inc.Santa Clara, California199910,000+$1 billion to $10 billion21
Aggregate Technologies, Inc.Upper Marlboro, Maryland2004<25Unknown11
Agency Consulting Group, Inc.Columbia, Maryland200426-100Under $100 million115
AETEA Information Technology Inc.Rockville, Maryland1979101-500Under $100 million41
AESEC Global Services, Inc.Pacific Grove, California2003<25Unknown13
Aerovironment, Inc.Monrovia, California1971501-2,000$100 million to $750 million43
Aerotek, an Allegis companyHanover, Maryland19932,001-5,000$1 billion to $10 billion285
Aerospace CorporationEl Segundo, California19602,001-5,000$750 million to $1 billion208
AerojetSacramento, California19422,001-5,000$750 million to $1 billion21
AeroIndustryJobs.comOxford, Maine2001UnknownUnder $100 million11
AEgis Technologies GroupHuntsville, Alabama1988101-500Under $100 million24
Aegis, Inc.Columbia, Maryland2000<25Under $100 million11
AEEC, LLC. dba American ConsultantsReston, Virginia199526-100Under $100 million15
AecomLos Angeles, California197010,000+$1 billion to $10 billion73
Adwaiy Tech LLCChantilly, VirginiaUnknown<25Under $100 million31
Advantage Technology, Inc.Overland Park, Kansas199726-100Under $100 million41
Advantage SCI, LLCEl Segundo, California200026-100Under $100 million22
Advanced Systems Development, Inc.Arlington, Virginia1979101-500Under $100 million47
Advanced Resource Technologies, Inc.Alexandria, Virginia1986101-500Under $100 million57
Advanced Programs Inc.Columbia, Maryland196926-100Under $100 million12
Advanced Programs Group LLCReston, Virginia2003<25Unknown23
Advanced Information ServicesPeoria, Illinois198626-100Unknown12
Advanced Concepts Information Technology Solutions, an L-1 Identity Solutions companyStamford, Connecticut1989101-500Unknown86
Advanced Concepts Enterprises, Inc.Shalimar, Florida2002101-500Under $100 million12
Advanced C4 Solutions, Inc.Tampa, Florida2002101-500Under $100 million125
ADT Security Services, Inc.Boca Raton, Florida187410,000+$1 billion to $10 billion21
AdobeSan Jose, California19825,000-10,000$1 billion to $10 billion21
AdministaffKingwood, Texas198610,000+$1 billion to $10 billion103
AdminCrossingPasadena, California2001101-500Unknown21
ADM & AssociatesSykesville, Maryland1999<25Under $100 million41
ADG CreativeColumbia, Maryland1991<25Under $100 million21
Adecco GroupMelville, New York197210,000+Unknown93
ADD STAFF Inc.Colorado Springs, Colorado1984<25Under $100 million11
Addison Search Chicago, Illinois1999101-500Under $100 million21
Adayana Government GroupMinneapolis, Minnesota2001101-500Unknown32
AdapxSeattle, Washington200726-100Under $100 million11
Adaptive Tech Resources Freehold, New Jersey1996UnknownUnknown31
Adams & Garth Charlottesville, Virginia1989<25Under $100 million11
Adams Communication & Engineering Technology, Inc.Waldorf, Maryland199926-100Under $100 million123
Adamo ConstructionLakeside, California1997<25Under $100 million13
ActivuDenville, New Jersey198326-100Under $100 million21
ActioNet, Inc.Vienna, Virginia1998101-500Under $100 million24
AC TechnologyDulles, Virginia1991<25Under $100 million11
ACT ConsultingBrielle, New Jersey1990<25Unknown32
ACRO Service CorporationLivonia, Michigan1982501-2,000Under $100 million61
AcronisBurlington, Massachusetts200026-100Unknown11
Acquisition Solutions, Inc.Arlington, Virginia1996101-500Under $100 million21
ACI Group, TheBaltimore, Maryland1988101-500Under $100 million41

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