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Company NameHQ LocationYear Est.EmployeesRevenueLocationsGovt. Clients
MTC Services CorporationChula Vista, California1991101-500Under $100 million116
Summit TechnologiesWest Hartford, Connecticut1997101-500Unknown116
AdministaffKingwood, Texas198610,000+$1 billion to $10 billion103
Ball Aerospace & Technologies CorporationBoulder, Colorado19562,001-5,000Unknown109
CapRock Government SolutionsHouston, Texas1983501-2,000$100 million to $750 million109
Corporate Consulting ServicesScottsdale, Arizona2002<25Unknown102
Dataline LLCNorfolk, Virginia1990101-500Unknown1011
Design Staffing, LLCBoyds, Maryland1999<25Unknown106
Dynamics Research CorporationAndover, Massachusetts1955501-2,000$100 million to $750 million1011
Engineering Systems Solutions, Inc.Frederick, Maryland1994101-500Under $100 million105
Information Technology Engineering CorporationAurora, Colorado199926-100Under $100 million101
IntelTigers.comFairfax, Virginia2000<25Unknown102
Keyw CorporationHanover, Maryland2008101-500$100 million to $750 million103
Manpower, Inc.Milwaukee, WI, Wisconsin194810,000+$1 billion to $10 billion101
MindseekerLeesburg, Virginia1999<25Under $100 million105
National Interest Security Company, an IBM companyFairfax, Virginia1998501-2,000Unknown101
OMNIPLEX World Services CorporationChantilly, Virginia1990501-2,000Unknown104
S4, Inc.Burlington, Massachusetts1996101-500Unknown1012
Smart Innovative SolutionsColumbia, Maryland2003<25Under $100 million101
Spectrum Communications Inc.Hampton, Virginia1999101-500Unknown105
TruestoneHerndon, Virginia2003501-2,000Under $100 million104
UnisysBlue Bell, Pennsylvania198610,000+$100 million to $750 million108
WBB ConsultingReston, Virginia1981101-500Under $100 million109
World IT Solutions, LLCHyattsville, Maryland200026-100Unknown101
Abraxas CorporationHerndon, Virginia2001101-500Under $100 million96
Adecco GroupMelville, New York197210,000+Unknown93
Albin Engineering Services, Inc.Santa Clara, California199326-100Unknown91
AlutiiqAnchorage, Alaska20022,001-5,000$100 million to $750 million99
Apptis Inc.Chantilly, Virginia2003501-2,000$100 million to $750 million99
Beacon Hill Staffing GroupBoston, Massachusetts2000101-500Under $100 million91
Berico TechnologiesArlington, Virginia200626-100Under $100 million93
BOSH Global ServicesNewport News, Virginia2003101-500Under $100 million93
Bowhead Information Technology ServicesKing George, Virginia2003101-500Unknown97
Chickasaw Nation IndustriesNorman, Oklahoma1996UnknownUnknown92
CIBER, Inc.Greenwood Village, Colorado19745,000-10,000$750 million to $1 billion94
Consulting Services, Inc.Oklahoma City, Oklahoma2002<25Unknown91
Covenant Security SolutionsMcLean, Virginia2003<25Under $100 million95
EMC CorporationMcLean, Virginia197910,000+$10 billion to $50 billion91
Force 3, Inc.Crofton, Maryland1991101-500Under $100 million91
Image AssociatesMassapequa, New York1983<25Unknown91
INDUS CorporationVienna, Virginia1991501-2,000Unknown99
McClendon Engineering & Analytical SolutionsArlington, Virginia1983UnknownUnknown96
Microsoft CorporationRedmond, Washington197510,000+Above $50 billion92
MorganFranklin CorporationMcLean, Virginia1998101-500Under $100 million98
Radiance TechnologiesHuntsville, Alabama1998101-500Under $100 million910
RealinterfaceAnnapolis, Maryland2002<25Under $100 million91
SPADACMcLean, Virginia2002101-500Under $100 million910
Squires Group, IncAnnapolis, Maryland199626-100Under $100 million91
Superior Technical ResourcesWilliamsville, New York1957101-500Unknown91
Valiant Solutions LLCCary, North Carolina2005<25Under $100 million96

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