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Company NameHQ LocationYear Est.EmployeesRevenueLocationsGovt. Clients
Adwaiy Tech LLCChantilly, VirginiaUnknown<25Under $100 million31
Brennan and Brennan Executive SearchSnellville, GeorgiaUnknownUnknownUnknown21
Cypress Group, TheSouthlake, TexasUnknownUnknownUnknown21
GEOREPSReston, VirginiaUnknownUnknownUnknown31
Global Staffing and Consulting, LLCSilver Spring, MarylandUnknownUnknownUnknown41
Global Technology PartnersMount Laurel, New JerseyUnknownUnknownUnder $100 million11
IT Tech Inc.Fremont, CaliforniaUnknown<25Under $100 million12
Kimco Technology GroupEncino, CaliforniaUnknown<25Under $100 million11
Loyola StaffingPembroke, MassachusettsUnknown<25Unknown11
Manning Systems, Inc.Olathe, KansasUnknownUnknownUnknown11
N I CUnknownUnknownUnknown11
Relay TechnologySt Louis, MissouriUnknownUnknownUnknown11
SOC, Inc.Minden, NevadaUnknownUnknownUnknown11
TAC Worldwide CompaniesColumbia, MarylandUnknownUnknownUnknown11
TCM InvestigationsBeavertown, PennsylvaniaUnknown<25Under $100 million11
Goodrich CorporationCharlotte, North Carolina187010,000+$1 billion to $10 billion42
ADT Security Services, Inc.Boca Raton, Florida187410,000+$1 billion to $10 billion21
BerlitzPrinceton, New Jersey18785,000-10,000Unknown31
Honeywell, Inc.Morristown, New Jersey188510,000+$10 billion to $50 billion79
Parsons BrinckerhoffN.Y., New York188510,000+$1 billion to $10 billion12
KodakRochester, New York188810,000+$1 billion to $10 billion14
General Employment Enterprises, Inc.Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois1893101-500Unknown11
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLCNew York, New York189410,000+$10 billion to $50 billion41
DeloitteNew York, New York189510,000+$10 billion to $50 billion2411
KPMG LLPWashington, District of Columbia189710,000+$10 billion to $50 billion11
Day & ZimmermannPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania190110,000+$1 billion to $10 billion152
Yoh, a Day & Zimmermann companyPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania190110,000+$100 million to $750 million91
Turner InteriorsArlington, Virginia1902UnknownUnknown31
XeroxNorwalk, Connecticut190610,000+$10 billion to $50 billion21
Booz Allen HamiltonMcLean, Virginia191410,000+$1 billion to $10 billion6926
Black and VeatchOverland Park, Kansas1916UnknownUnknown22
Kollmorgen Electro OpticalNorthampton, Massachusetts1916UnknownUnknown11
The Boeing CompanyChicago, Illinois191610,000+Above $50 billion4311
HDR, Inc.Omaha, Nebraska19175,000-10,000$1 billion to $10 billion32
Pitney BowesStamford, Connecticut192010,000+$1 billion to $10 billion71
RaytheonWaltham, Massachusetts192210,000+$10 billion to $50 billion7519
Henkels & McCoy, Inc.Blue Bell, Pennsylvania19235,000-10,000$1 billion to $10 billion21
Textron, Inc.Providence, Rhode Island192310,000+$10 billion to $50 billion75
Grant ThorntonAlexandria, Virginia1924UnknownUnknown11
IBMArmonk, New York192410,000+Above $50 billion179
Battelle Memorial InstituteColumbus, Ohio19255,000-10,000$1 billion to $10 billion2316
Motorola, Inc.Schaumburg, Illinois192810,000+$10 billion to $50 billion22
ARINCAnnapolis, Maryland19292,001-5,000$1 billion to $10 billion79
Comforce CorporationWoodbury, New York1933501-2,000$100 million to $750 million31
Rockwell Collins, Inc.Cedar Rapids, Iowa193310,000+$1 billion to $10 billion85
WoolpertDayton, Ohio1935501-2,000$100 million to $750 million23
Hewlett PackardPalo Alto, California193910,000+Above $50 billion2518
Northrop GrummanLos Angeles, California193910,000+$10 billion to $50 billion9827
AerojetSacramento, California19422,001-5,000$750 million to $1 billion21
Center for Naval AnalysesAlexandria, Virginia1942501-2,000$100 million to $750 million13

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