State & local special report: The champs of revenue

More than $1 billion

Affiliated Computer Services Inc.

Headquarters: Dallas

Leadership: Lynn Blodgett, president, CEO and director

Head of state and local business: Tom Burlin, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Government Solutions Group.

2006 revenue: $5.35 billion

Web site: www.acs-inc.com

Employees: 58,000

Lines of business: IT outsourcing, business process outsourcing, eligibility outsourcing, municipal services, transportation systems and services, and health care and human services.

Major projects: Medicaid administrative services in 33 states and the District of Columbia. Other projects include child-support payment processing, electronic benefits transfer, electronic toll collection, photo enforcement programs, traffic violation processing and collections, pharmacy benefits management programs, unclaimed property clearinghouses and workforce services.

EDS Corp.

Headquarters: Plano, Texas

Leadership: Michael Jordan, chairman and CEO

Head of state and local business: Barbara Anderson, vice president of state and local business.

2006 revenue: $21.3 billion

Web site: www.eds.com

Employees: 119,400

Lines of business: Health care, electronic health records and networks, welfare and benefit eligibility, Medicaid fraud detection, integrated justice solutions, revenue and tax, homeland security, enterprisewide legacy modernization, identity management, digital archive management, patient safety solutions, outsourcing of hosting infrastructure and application hosting, motor vehicle solutions and e-government.

Major projects: Medicaid fiscal-agent services and Medicaid management information systems support contracts in 19 states; operation and maintenance of automated welfare systems in Colorado and California; and an enterprise virtual operations center in Anaheim, Calif.

IBM Corp.

Leadership: Samuel Palmisano, chairman, president and CEO

Head of state and local business: Todd Ramsey, general manager, Global Government and Education, and Marianne Cooper, vice president, Public Sector Americas

2006 revenue: $91.4 billion

Web site: www.ibm.gov

Employees: 366,000

Lines of business: Hardware, software, research and services; service-oriented architectures; shared-services implementations; business transformation outsourcing, collaboration, and infrastructure optimization; and domain expertise in social services, public safety and justice, economic development and revenue management.

Major projects: Statewide data center outsourcing in Texas and data center outsourcing for New York Metropolitan Transit Authority; welfare eligibility determination for Indiana; child support collection system for the California Child Support Services Department; crime information warehouse for New York Police Department; achievement reporting system for New York City Education Department; Miami Beach Digital Communities initiative; Pennsylvania unemployment insurance modernization; parking management system for Chicago; and an enterprise social services system for Louisiana.

$500 million to $1 billion

Accenture Ltd.

Headquarters: Hamilton, Bermuda

Leadership: William Green, president and CEO

Head of state and local business: David Moskovitz, managing director, state and local government client group.

2006 revenue: $16.6 billion

Web site: www.accenture.com

Employees: 146,000

Lines of business: Health and human services, revenue, technology consulting, enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management.

Major projects: Integrated eligibility and enrollment services for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission; human services integrated eligibility portal in New York City; child support projects in California and Michigan; Medicaid system in Texas; state employee pension system for California; revenue projects in Arizona, Connecticut, Indiana and Nevada; voice-over-IP project in Arizona; ERP projects in Connecticut, Ohio, New York City and Washington state; e-procurement systems in Florida and North Carolina; and CRM projects in Florida and New York City.

Deloitte & Touche USA LLP

Headquarters: New York

Leadership: William Parrett, CEO

Head of state and local business: Bob Campbell, vice chairman and national managing director, U.S. public sector practice.

2006 revenue: $20 billion

Web site: www.deloitte.com

Employees: 135,000

Lines of business: Health and human services, finance and administration, law and justice, public safety, transportation, Medicaid, public health.

Major projects: Genetic-disease surveillance system for California; independent verification and validation assessment services for the state of Ohio; integrated eligibility implementation in Michigan; state police integration project in New York state; student and teacher accountability reporting system for the New Mexico Public Education Department; custom development for the Pennsylvania Transportation Department; re-engineering of child support operations for the Texas Attorney General's office; comprehensive workforce development system in Pennsylvania; and an integrated court case management system for California.

Maximus Inc.

Headquarters: Reston, Va.

Leadership: Richard Montoni, president and CEO

2006 revenue: $701 million

Web site: www.maximus.com

Employees: 5,200

Lines of business: Health and human services program management, consulting, and technology; proprietary software solutions for fleet management, courts and schools; and integration services for ERP.

Major projects: California Healthy Families program administration; Medicaid and health care access and enrollment for nine states and the Canadian province of British Columbia; federal reimbursement and revenue modernization for 19 states; fleet and asset management solutions for 25 major cities; welfare-to-work services in seven states.

Northrop Grumman Corp.

Headquarters: Los Angeles

Leadership: Ronald Sugar, chairman and CEO

Head of state and local business: Hugh Taylor, president, Commercial, State and Local Group

2006 revenue: $30.1 billion

Web site: www.northropgrumman.com

Employees: 120,000

Lines of business: IT outsourcing and managed services, systems integration, secure wireless networks, automated identification systems and technology, public safety, human services and disease surveillance, systems engineering and project management.

Major projects: Outsourced IT services for San Diego County and Indianapolis/Marion County, Ind.; infrastructure support and transformation for Virginia; wireless public safety communications network for New York City; emergency operations centers in Roanoke and Stafford counties in Virginia; disease tracking for California, Delaware and Maine; and human services projects in Alabama, Arkansas and Montana.

Unisys Corp.

Headquarters: Blue Bell, Pa.

Leadership: Joseph McGrath, president and CEO.

Head of state and local business: Francis Meyer, vice president and general manager, North America Public Sector, Global Public Sector.

2006 revenue: $5.7 billion

Web site: www.unisys.com

Employees: 32,000

Lines of business: Justice and public safety, homeland security, human services, tax and revenue; motor vehicle solutions.

Major projects: Outsourced services contracts for Chicago, Minneapolis and New York City; human services projects in California, Florida, Michigan and New York; Medicaid support in Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and West Virginia; multiple motor vehicle registration projects.

$300 million to $500 million

BearingPoint Inc.

Headquarters: McLean, Va.

Leadership: Harry You, CEO and director.

Head of state and local business: Cathy Pomanti, executive vice president, State, Local and Provincial Government, and Education services.

2005 revenue: $3.4 billion

Web site: www.bearingpoint.com

Employees: 17,000

Lines of business: ERP, motor vehicles, retirement, unemployment insurance, public safety and justice, tax and revenue management, and education. Services include business and technology strategy, systems design, architecture, applications implementation, network infrastructure, systems integration and managed services.

Major projects: Human resources and payroll implementation for California; projects to streamline and upgrade driver's license, vehicle registration and titling programs in Texas, Montana and New Hampshire; a retirement administration system for North Carolina; an unemployment insurance system for Minnesota; and an integrated justice project for New York City.

CGI Group Inc.

Headquarters: Montreal

Leadership: Michael Roach, president and CEO

Head of state and local business: Michael Keating, vice president, U.S. West and State and Local Government.

2006 revenue: $3.1 billion

Web site: www.cgi.com

Employees: 25,000

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

Major projects: ERP software and services for more than 190 state organizations; tax, revenue and collections services through benefits-funded programs in five states, contract administration services for local housing authorities in Columbus, Ohio, Oakland, Calif., New York City and Tampa, Fla.; e-procurement services and solutions to 92 state and local agencies, strategic sourcing initiatives in 15 states and municipal governments.

$100 million to $300 million

Ciber Inc.

Headquarters: Greenwood Village, Colo.

Leadership: Mac Slingerlend, president and CEO

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

2006 company revenue: $995.8 million

Web site: www.ciber.com

Employees: 8,250

Lines of business: Health and human services, criminal justice, enterprise resource planning, transportation, homeland security, finance and administration, environmental protection, labor and workforce management, enterprise architecture, IT security and K-12 education.

Major projects: Portal services for Cook County, Ill., city and county of San Francisco and the cities of Cleveland and New Orleans; ERP project for the transportation departments in Delaware and Wyoming; Web-based applications for women, infants and children programs in Iowa, Louisiana, Massachusetts, North Dakota and Wisconsin; human services system for Mississippi; ERP business suite implementation project for the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission; ERP project for New Hampshire; ERP project for Denver's Regional Transportation District; a port security system for the Lake Charles Harbor and Tunnel District in Louisiana; applications and infrastructure support for city of New Orleans; statewide security assessments for Missouri and Virginia; port security project for Port Freeport, Texas; ERP project for Fulton County Schools, Ga.; and criminal justice case management system for Cook County, Ill., and Gwinnett County, Ga.

Computer Sciences Corp.

Headquarters: El Segundo, Calif.

Leadership: Van Honeycutt, chairman and CEO.

Head of state and local business: Raymond Henry, president, Government Health Services.

2006 revenue: $14.6 billion

Web site: www.csc.com

Employees: 78,000

Lines of business: Systems integration, outsourcing and consulting.

Major projects: A Medicaid system for New York and a statewide intelligent transportation system for Maryland.

Science Applications International Corp.

Headquarters: San Diego

Leadership: Kenneth Dahlberg, chairman of the board and CEO

Head of state and local business: James Morentz, assistant vice president for homeland security

2006 revenue: $7.8 billion

Web site: www.saic.com

Employees: 44,000

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

Major projects: Maryland Technical Services Procurement, Clark County, Nev., School District wide-area network.

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