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Counter-IED explosives operations

Programs, including research and development, associated with efforts to counter terrorist and adversary use of improvised explosive devices (IEDs), including intelligence and operations efforts associated with identifying and attacking individual IEDs and the networks of fighters who employ them, as well as the forensics associated with gathering information after explosive incidents. The Joint IED Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) leads the Department of Defense's counter-IED (C-IED) efforts.

96 results for Counter-IED explosives operations
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Government OrganizationHQ LocationNumber of LocationsNumber of Contracting Companies
Air ForceArlington, VA99392
Air Force IntelligenceArlington, VA113153
ArmyArlington, VA106353
Army IntelligenceFort Belvoir, VA93120
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and ExplosivesWashington, DC18228
Central CommandTampa, FL664
Central Intelligence AgencyMcLean, VA36114
Defense agenciesArlington, VA78332
Defense Intelligence AgencyArlington, VA22317
Department of Defense HQArlington, VA80291
Department of EnergyWashington, DC1887
Department of Homeland Security HQWashington, DC270318
European CommandStuttgart-Vaihingen, AE211
Federal Bureau of InvestigationWashington, DC448173
Joint Chiefs of StaffArlington, VA645
Joint Forces CommandNorfolk, VA845
Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Org.Arlington, VA468
Marine CorpsArlington, VA2482
National Security AgencyFt. Meade, MD19484
NavyArlington, VA56385
Navy IntelligenceArlington, VA31104
Pacific CommandCamp H.M. Smith, HI627
Special Operations CommandTampa, FL12125
Company NameHQ LocationYear Est.EmployeesRevenueLocationsGovt. Clients
Alion Science and Technology CorporationMclean, Virginia20022,001-5,000$750 million to $1 billion2012
Allied Technology Group, Inc.Rockville, Maryland1986101-500Under $100 million3114
American Systems CorporationChantilly, Virginia1975501-2,000$100 million to $750 million2513
ANSERArlington, Virginia1958501-2,000$100 million to $750 million712
Applied Systems Research, Inc.Fairfax, Virginia199826-100Under $100 million28
ASG RenaissanceDearborn, Michigan1987101-500Under $100 million33
A-T Solutions, Inc.Fredericksburg, Virginia2002101-500Unknown712
BAE Systems, Inc.Rockville, Maryland194810,000+$10 billion to $50 billion6422
Beacon SystemsCoral Springs, Florida2005<25Under $100 million62
Booz Allen HamiltonMcLean, Virginia191410,000+$1 billion to $10 billion6926
By Light Professional IT ServicesArlington, Virginia200226-100Under $100 million17
C2 Technologies, Inc.Vienna, Virginia1997101-500Under $100 million511
CACI International, Inc.Arlington, Virginia196210,000+$1 billion to $10 billion7426
Calhoun InternationalTampa, Florida2005<25Under $100 million66
Camber CorporationHuntsville, Alabama19902,001-5,000$100 million to $750 million3019
Celestar CorporationTampa, Florida200126-100Under $100 million44
Centauri Solutions, LLCAlexandria, Virginia2006101-500Under $100 million128
CMX TechnologiesReston, Virginia2005<25Under $100 million44
Cobham Analytic Solutions Columbia, Maryland1979501-2,000$100 million to $750 million236
Complete Data SolutionsArlington, Virginia1997UnknownUnknown22
Computer Sciences CorporationFalls Church, Virginia195910,000+$10 billion to $50 billion7724
Dell, Inc. / Dell Perot SystemsRound Rock, Texas1984UnknownAbove $50 billion204
Detica Federal, a BAE Systems CompanyArlington, Virginia2001101-500Under $100 million35
Dynetics, Inc.Huntsville, Alabama1974501-2,000$100 million to $750 million710
E-merging Technologies Group, Inc.Cleveland, Ohio199926-100Under $100 million1413
Fulcra Worldwide Arlington, Virginia200426-100Under $100 million17
Fulcrum IT Services Manassas, Virginia1985101-500Under $100 million1910
Global Defense Technology & Systems, Inc. (GTEC)McLean, Virginia1990501-2,000$100 million to $750 million710
GS5 LLCDumfries, Virginia200326-100Under $100 million46
Ideal Innovations, Inc.Arlington, Virginia1999101-500Under $100 million53
Infinity Systems EngineeringColorado Springs, Colorado199626-100Under $100 million14
Intelligent Software Solutions, Inc.Colorado Springs, Colorado1997101-500Under $100 million1117
i_SW corpArlington, Virginia2006<25Under $100 million35
ITT CorporationMcLean, Virginia1995501-2,000$1 billion to $10 billion5217
JIL Information Systems, Inc., a Allied Technology Group companyRockville, Maryland2005101-500Unknown31
L-3 CommunicationsNew York, New York199710,000+$10 billion to $50 billion9629
Leonie IndustriesPacific Palisades, California200126-100Under $100 million48
Lockheed MartinBethesda, Maryland199510,000+$10 billion to $50 billion7323
Logos Technologies, Inc.Arlington, Virginia199626-100Under $100 million34
MacAulay Brown, Inc.Dayton, Ohio1979501-2,000$100 million to $750 million1513
ManTech International CorporationFairfax, Virginia19685,000-10,000$1 billion to $10 billion8128
MARKON Inc.Falls Church, Virginia200726-100Under $100 million22
Masy Group, TheAlexandria, Virginia2005<25Under $100 million24
McNeil TechnologiesSpringfield, Virginia1985501-2,000$100 million to $750 million1311
MOJA, IncorporatedManassas, Virginia199526-100Under $100 million512
MPRI, an L-3 Communications CompanyAlexandria, Virginia1987UnknownUnknown710
MTC Services CorporationChula Vista, California1991101-500Under $100 million116
NEK Advanced Securities Group, Inc.Colorado Springs, Colorado2002101-500Unknown78
Northrop GrummanLos Angeles, California193910,000+$10 billion to $50 billion9827
Omega SystemsPhoenix, Arizona1998<25Under $100 million34
Operational Intelligence LLCWarrenton, Virginia2008<25Unknown21
Radiance TechnologiesHuntsville, Alabama1998101-500Under $100 million910
Reger Group, TheStafford, Virginia2004101-500Under $100 million32
Ronco ConsultingWashington, District of Columbia1974<25Unknown21
Saffron TechnologyCary, North Carolina1999<25Under $100 million12
SAICMcLean, Virginia196910,000+$10 billion to $50 billion12333
Science, Engineering, and Technology Corporation, A SAIC corporationArlington, Virginia200226-100Unknown14
Sierra Nevada CorporationSparks, Nevada1994501-2,000$750 million to $1 billion166
Six3 Systems, Inc.McLean, Virginia2009101-500Unknown2218
SPADACMcLean, Virginia2002101-500Under $100 million910
SRC, Inc.North Syracuse, New York1957501-2,000$100 million to $750 million2110
SRI International, Inc.Menlo Park, California19462,001-5,000$100 million to $750 million58
Summit TechnologiesWest Hartford, Connecticut1997101-500Unknown116
Systems Documentation Inc.South Plainfield, New Jersey1978101-500Under $100 million13
TASC, IncChantilly, Virginia19662,001-5,000$1 billion to $10 billion4411
Technology Associates International CorporationCarlsbad, California1999101-500Under $100 million48
TechOp Solutions InternationalStafford, Virginia200526-100Under $100 million44
Textron, Inc.Providence, Rhode Island192310,000+$10 billion to $50 billion75
Threat Management GroupGoose Creek, South Carolina200426-100Under $100 million13
TMC DesignLas Cruces, New Mexico199726-100Unknown21
USfalcon, Inc.Morrisville, North Carolina2005101-500$100 million to $750 million2510
WBB ConsultingReston, Virginia1981101-500Under $100 million109
Wexford Group InternationalVienna, Virginia1992<25Unknown43

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