Who's Who in 2004: The List

<b>More than $1 billion: </b><br>Affiliated Computer Services Inc.<br><@VM>EDS Corp.<@VM>IBM Corp.<@VM><b>$500 million to $1 billion: </b><br>Accenture Ltd.<br><@VM>Deloitte<@VM>Unisys Corp.<@VM><b>$300 million to $500 million:</b> <br>BearingPoint Inc.<br><@VM>Computer Sciences Corp.<@VM>Maximus Inc.<@VM>Northrop Grumman Corp.<@VM><b>$100 million to $300 million:</b> <br>American Management Systems Inc.<br><@VM>Ciber Inc.<@VM>Covansys Corp.<@VM>Science Applications International Corp.

John Brophy, president, ACS

Headquarters: Dallas

Leadership: Jeff Rich, CEO


Head of state and local business: John Brophy, president


2003 revenue: $3.7 billion


State and local revenue: More than $1 billion


Web site: www.acs-inc.com


Total employees: 40,000


Lines of business: Information resources management, business process outsourcing, municipal services, transportation systems and services, state health-care services, welfare and work-force services, and children and family services.


Major projects:


1. Pharmacy benefits management programs in 16 states


2. Medicaid administrative services in 12 states


3. Child support enforcement in 13 states


4. Electronic toll collection in nine states.


John Engler, president, EDS

Headquarters: Plano, Texas

Leadership: Michael Jordan, chairman and CEO


Head of state and local business: John Engler, president


2003 revenue: $21.5 billion


State and local revenue: More than $1 billion


Web site: www.eds.com


Total employees: 137,000


Lines of business: Health care, human services, educational services, fraud detection, public safety, homeland security, justice administration, enterprisewide solutions, financial solutions and e-government.


Major projects:


1. Medicaid administrative support contracts in 18 states


2. O peration and maintenance of a statewide automated welfare system for California;


3. Medicaid fraud detection for Texas


4. IT outsourcing solutions for Anaheim, Calif.

Marianne Cooper, vice president of Public Sector Americas

Headquarters: Armonk, N.Y.

Leadership: Samuel Palmisano, chairman and CEO


Head of state and local business: Marianne Cooper, vice president of Public Sector Americas


2003 revenue: $89 billion


State and local revenue: More than $1 billion


Web site: www.ibm.com


Total employees: 355,000


Lines of business: Tax and revenue, homeland security, human services, public safety and justice, e-government and ERP implementation.


Major projects:


1. Capital Wireless Integrated Network, providing first responders and transportation officials in the Washington metropolitan area with wireless access to multiple government data sources during critical incidents


2. A child support collection system for the California Department of Child Support Services


3. Web-based vehicle registration system for the state of Arizona.

Kenny Mitchell, managing partner, East Coast Client Group

Headquarters: Hamilton, Bermuda

Leadership: Joe Forehand, chairman and CEO


Head of state and local business: Kenny Mitchell, managing partner, East Coast Client Group; Dave Ross, managing partner, West Coast Client Group


2003 revenue: $11.8 billion


State and local revenue: $500 million to $1 billion


Web site: www.accenture.com


Total employees: 86,000


Lines of business: Education, e-government, human services and revenue. Services include customer relationship management, solutions operations, supply chain, financial management, strategy and business architecture and technical research and innovation.


Major projects:


1. Applications support and other services for Florida's statewide IT outsourcing initiative


2. A tax modernization project for Arizona


3. A 311 service center for New York City


4. A major subcontract to IBM for California's child support enforcement system program.

Bob Campbell, U.S. public sector leader, Deloitte

Headquarters: New York

Leadership: William Parrett, CEO


Head of state and local business: Bob Campbell, U.S. public sector leader


2003 revenue: $15.1 billion


State and local revenue: $500 million to $1 billion


Web site: www.deloitte.com


Total employees: 119,770


Lines of business: Homeland security, health and human services, finance and administration, law and justice, and public safety.


Major projects:


1. An automated child support system for Florida


2. An enterprise resource planning project for the Florida Department of Revenue


3. A case management system for the California court system


4. An integrated eligibility system for Texas


5. An enterprise resource management system for San Antonio.

Frank Abramcheck, vice president and general manager, North America Public Sector, Unisys

Headquarters: Blue Bell, Pa.

Leadership: Lawrence Weinbach, chairman, president and CEO


Head of state and local business: Frank Abramcheck, vice president and general manager, North America Public Sector


2003 revenue: $5.9 billion


State and local revenue: $500 million to $1 billion


Web site: www.unisys.com


Total employees: 37,300


Lines of business: Justice and public safety, social services solutions, tax and revenue, IT outsourcing.


Major projects:


1. Outsourced IT services contract for Minneapolis


2. Uniform registry of electors for Pennsylvania


3. Outsourced operation and maintenance of Pennsylvania's data center facility


4. Medicaid administrative services in five states.

Ron Salluzzo, senior vice president, state and local government and education services, BearingPoint

Headquarters: McLean, Va.

Leadership: Randolph Blazer, chairman and CEO


Head of state and local business: Ron Salluzzo, senior vice president, state and local government and education services


2003 revenue: $3.1 billion


State and local revenue: $300 million to $500 million


Web site: www.bearingpoint.com


Total employees: 14,900


Lines of business: Transportation, finance, health and human services, public safety and education. Services include supply chain purchasing, ERP implementation, document management, data warehousing and decision support.


Major projects:


1. Infrastructure support and other services for Florida's statewide IT outsourcing initiative


2. An e-government portal for Texas


3. An e-procurement system for Massachusetts


4. An unemployment insurance system for Minnesota.

Van Honeycutt, chairman and CEO, CSC

Headquarters: El Segundo, Calif.

Leadership: Van Honeycutt, chairman and CEO


2003 revenue: $13.8 billion


State and local revenue: $300 million to $500 million


Web site: www.csc.com


Total employees: 90,000


Lines of business: Application outsourcing, business process outsourcing.


Major projects:


Manages, maintains and operates San Diego County's computer and telephone systems, including refreshing technology and developing online services.




David Mastran, president and CEO, Maximus

Headquarters: Reston, Va.

Leadership: David Mastran, president and CEO


2003 revenue: $558.3 million


State and local revenue: $300 million to $500 million


Web site: www.maximus.com


Total employees: 5,500


Lines of business: Health and consulting services and human services. Services include program management, information technology and consulting.


Major projects:


1. A child-care administration management information system for Maryland


2. A law enforcement communications system for Connecticut


3. A health services project for the California Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board.

Gene Kakalec, Northrop Grumman Corp. vice president of business development, commercial, state & local solutions

Headquarters: Los Angeles

Leadership: Ronald Sugar, chairman, president and CEO


Head of state and local business: Gene Kakalec, vice president of business development, commercial, state & local solutions


2003 revenue: $26.2 billion


State and local revenue: $300 million to $500 million


Web site: www.northgrum.com


Total employees: 120,000


Lines of business: Public safety, homeland security, enterprise infrastructure services, automated identification technology, electronic benefits transfer, systems integration, systems engineering and project management.


Major projects:


1. Texas Department of Information Resources data center operations


2. IT services for the Louisiana Department of Social Services


3. An automated child support system for the California Department of Child Support Services


4. Electronic benefits transfer programs in Arkansas, Iowa and Maine.

Ed Nadworny, senior vice president, public sector services, American Management Systems

Headquarters: Fairfax, Va.

Leadership: Alfred Mockett, chairman and CEO


Head of state and local business: Ed Nadworny, senior vice president, public sector services


2003 revenue: $961.6 million


State and local revenue: $100 million to $300 million


Web site: www.ams.com


Total employees: 6,500 employees


Lines of business: Financial management, e-government, human services and labor, public safety and transportation, e-procurement, homeland security, and tax and revenue management.


Major projects:


1. Benefits funded tax and revenue programs in four states


2. New statewide automated child welfare systems wins in Alaska and New Jersey


3. Major subcontract with IBM for California's child support enforcement system contract.

Ed Burns, president, state and local government practice, Ciber

Headquarters: Greenwood Village, Colo.

Leadership: Mac Slingerlend, president and CEO


Head of state and local business: Ed Burns, president, state and local government practice


2003 revenue: $692 million


State and local revenue: $100 million to $300 million


Web site: www.ciber.com


Total employees: 6,000


Lines of business: Health and human services, law and justice, transportation, finance and administration, environmental protection.


Major projects:


1. Web-based applications for Women, Infants and Children programs in Louisiana and Pennsylvania


2. An Internet-based filing system for the Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations' Division of Employment Security


3. Web-based, statewide automated child welfare system for Florida.




Arvind Malhotra, senior vice president, public sector, Covansys

Headquarters: Farmington Hills, Mich.


Leadership: Martin Clague, president and CEO


Head of state and local business: Arvind Malhotra, senior vice president, public sector


2003 revenue: $378.8 million


State and local revenue: $100 million to $300 million


Web site: www.covansys.com


Total employees: 4,800


Lines of business: Custom and packaged solutions in retirement, health and human services, transportation and justice departments.


Major projects:


1. A case management system for the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare


2. An early development management information system for the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development


3. A retirement system for the city of Milwaukee.

Punaro, sector senior vice president, federal business development, SAIC

Headquarters: San Diego

Leadership: Kenneth Dahlberg, president and CEO


Head of state and local business: Arnold Punaro, sector senior vice president, federal business development


2003 revenue: $5.9 billion


State and local revenue: $100 million to $300 million


Web site: www.saic.com


Total employees: 38,000


Lines of business: IT services, criminal justice, health care, data mining and data warehousing, software development, systems integration and program management.


Major projects:


1. An electronic procurement project for Maryland


2. A subcontract to CSC for the San Diego County IT outsourcing contract.

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