2008 Who's Who in the State and Local Market

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

2007 revenue: $5.8 billion

Web site: http://www.acs-inc.com

Employees: 62,000

Lines of business: Government health care solutions, state and local government solutions, transportation solutions and federal government solutions.

Major projects: Medicaid program administration, pharmacy benefits management programs, electronic health record solutions, human services modernization, eligibility solutions, child-support payment processing, electronic benefits transfer, electronic toll collection, photo enforcement programs, traffic violation processing and collections, on-street and off-street parking programs, transport fare collections and unclaimed property services.

EDS Corp.

Headquarters: Plano, Texas

Leadership: Ron Rittenmeyer, chairman, president and CEO

Head of state and local business: Barbara Anderson, vice president of EDS' Government Health and Human Services (health care); and Nitin Khanna, CEO, Saber Government Solutions (nonhealth care).

2006 revenue: $22.1 billion

Web site: http://www.eds.com

Employees: 139,500

Lines of business: Health care, electronic health records and networks, welfare and benefits eligibility, Medicaid fraud detection, unemployment insurance, retirement benefits, voter registration and elections management, motor vehicle solutions, justice and public safety, tax and revenue, e-government, document management and information technology outsourcing.

Major projects: Medicaid fiscal agent services and Medicaid management information systems support contracts in 22 states; automated welfare systems in California and Colorado; motor vehicle solutions for California, Idaho, Rhode Island, Texas and Vermont; voter registration and elections management solutions for 14 states; Kentucky Comprehensive Tax System development; South Carolina Child Support Enforcement System modernization; and IT outsourcing in Anaheim, Calif.

IBM Corp.

Headquarters: Armonk, N.Y.

Leadership: Samuel Palmisano, chairman, president and CEO

Head of state and local Business: John Nyland, managing partner of IBM Global Business Services' Public Sector, and Lisa Mattivi, vice president of IBM Global Business Services' State and Local Government division.

2007 revenue: $98.8 billion

Web site: http://www.ibm.gov

Employees: 355,000

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; unemployment services systems in Kansas and Pennsylvania; child-support collection system for the California Child Support Services Department; crime information warehouse for New York Police Department; enterprise financial and human resource systems in multiple state and local governments, Miami Beach digital communities initiative; achievement reporting system for New York City Education Department; and California Education Department student data collection project for the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System initiative.

$500 million to $1 billion

Accenture Ltd.


Headquarters: Hamilton, Bermuda

Leadership: William Green, CEO

Head of state and local business: David Moskovitz, managing director of the State and Local Government Client Group

2007 revenue: $19.7 billion

Web site: http://www.accenture.com

Employees: 175,000

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

Major projects: 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 and Nevada; voice-over-IP project in Arizona; ERP projects in Connecticut, New York City, Ohio and Washington state; e-procurement systems in Florida and North Carolina; and customer relationship management projects in Florida and New York City.

Deloitte and Touche USA LLP

Headquarters: New York

Leadership: James Quigley, CEO

Head of state and local business: Bob Campbell, vice chairman of Deloitte LLP and U.S. State Government Leader

2007 revenue: $23.1 billion

Web site: http://www.deloitte.com

Employees: 150,000

Lines of business: Strategic planning, technology development, enterprise solutions, business process transformation, human capital consulting, financial advisory services, auditing, risk services, finance and administration, law and justice, public safety and transportation and taxation for health and human services, including child support, child services, integrated eligibility, Medicaid, public health, labor and industry.

Major projects: Automated child-support case management for Florida Revenue Department; strategy and operations project for Texas Transportation Department; Finance, human resources and procurement business transformation and SAP ERP system implementation at Miami-Dade County Public Schools; technology, process and organizational improvements for Louisiana's administration of the Federal Emergency Management Agency's Public Assistance program; SAP implementation services for Michigan's IT and Treasury departments; state police integration project in New York state; custom development for Pennsylvania Transportation Department; integrated court case management system for California; independent verification and validation assessment services for Massachusetts Revenue Department; external audit for Hawaii.

Maximus Inc.

Headquarters: Reston, Va.

Leadership: Richard Montoni, president and CEO

2007 revenue: $738.6 million

Web site: http://www.maximus.com

Total employees: 6,120

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 enterprise resource planning.

Major projects: California Healthy Families program administration; Medicaid and health care access and enrollment for 12 states and British Columbia, Canada; federal reimbursement and revenue modernization for 19 states; fleet and asset management solutions for 25 major cities; welfare-to-work services in several states and similar efforts in Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego counties in California.

Northrop Grumman Corp.

Headquarters: Los Angeles

Leadership: Ronald Sugar, chairman and CEO

Head of state and local business: David Zolet, president of the Commercial, State and Local Group

2007 revenue: $32 billion

Web site: http://www.northropgrumman.com

Total employees: 120,000

Lines of business: Information technology outsourcing and infrastructure solutions, public safety, secure wireless networks, identification systems, authentication and credentialing, health and human services.

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; and human services projects in Alabama, Arkansas, Montana, Oklahoma and Rhode Island.

Unisys

Headquarters: Blue Bell, Pa.

Leadership: Joseph McGrath, president and CEO

Head of state and local business: Toni Townes-Whitley, vice president and general manager of Global Industries, North America

2007 revenue: $5.7 billion

Web site: http://www.unisys.com

Total employees: 30,000

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 Pennsylvania; justice and public safety projects in Florida, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and others; human services projects in California, Michigan and New York; Medicaid support for Idaho, Louisiana, New Jersey, and West Virginia; tax agency projects in California, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania; multiple motor vehicle registration projects.

$300 million to $500 million

BearingPoint Inc.


Headquarters: McLean, Va.

Leadership: Ed Harbach, president and CEO

Head of state and local business: Robin Lineberger, executive vice president of federal civilian and defense, state and local, health care and emerging markets business, and Cathy Pomanti, executive vice president of State, Local and Provincial Government and Education Services.

2006 revenue: $3.4 billion

Web site: http://www.bearingpoint.com

Employees: 17,000

Lines of business: Enterprise resource planning, motor vehicles, retirement, unemployment insurance, tax and revenue management, and higher education. Services include management consulting, business and technology strategy, systems design and architecture, applications implementation, network infrastructure, systems integration and managed services.

Major projects: Streamline and upgrade driver's license, vehicle registration and titling programs in California, Missouri, Montana and Texas; retirement administration systems for Kentucky and North Carolina; unemployment insurance systems for Massachusetts and Minnesota; integrated justice project for New York City; transformation of mission-critical research enterprise at Yale University, Conn.; and a human recourses and payroll implementation for California.

CGI Group Inc.

Headquarters: Montreal, Canada

Leadership: Michael Roach, president and CEO; Donna Morea, president, U.S. and India
Head of state and local business: Caroline Rapking, vice president of the U.S. state and local industry group

2007 revenue: $3.7 billion

Web site: http://www.cgi.com

Employees: 26,500

Lines of business: Enterprise resource planning, human services, tax and revenue, collections and recovery, spend management, e-procurement, housing contract administration, environmental regulatory compliance, health care, business processing and information technology outsourcing.

Major projects: ERP software and services for more than 190 state and local organizations including Kentucky, Los Angeles County, New York City and Wyoming; statewide automated child welfare information systems in nine states, including Florida, Washington State and Wisconsin; tax, revenue and collections services in 20 states; spend management, including strategic sourcing, in 20 state and municipal governments; and contract administration services for local housing authorities.

$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 of the state and local government practice

2007 revenue: $1.08 billion

Web site: http://www.ciber.com

Total employees: 8,000

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, information technology security and K-12 education.

Major projects: ERP implementations for Delaware Transportation Department and Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, and for public schools in Fulton County, Ga., and Lee County, Fla.; case management systems for Clark County, Nev., Social Services Department and CIBERLaw CRIMES case management system for district attorney's offices in Bossier and Webster parishes, La.; a fuel tax system for Indiana; automated vendor reporting system for Pennsylvania Health Department Women, Infants and Children program; laboratory information management system for Santa Clara County, Calif., crime lab; Web-based environmental management system for Connecticut; Web portal for Orange County, Fla., Public Schools; statewide human resources and payroll applications training program for North Carolina State Controller's Office; assess human resources processes and IT systems for San Diego County, Calif., Water Authority; and provide IT support for Dallas.

Computer Sciences Corp.

Headquarters: Falls Church, Va.

Leadership: Michael Laphen, chairman, president and CEO

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

2007 revenue: $16.1 billion

Web site: http://www.csc.com

Total employees: 91,000

Lines of business: Systems design and integration, IT and business process outsourcing; applications software development, Web and application hosting, and management consulting.

Major projects: Medicaid system for New York State 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: Greg Henson, senior vice president and director of business development.

2007 revenue: $8.3 billion

Web site: http://www.saic.com

Total employees: 44,000

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

Major projects: Los Angeles Unified School District local-area network modernization; New York State Temporary and Disability Assistance Office Imaging-Enterprise Document Repository Services; and IT outsourcing for the superior court of San Diego.

Reader Comments

Please post your comments here. Comments are moderated, so they may not appear immediately after submitting. We will not post comments that we consider abusive or off-topic.

Please type the letters/numbers you see above

What is your e-mail address?

My e-mail address is:

Do you have a password?

Forgot your password? Click here
close
SEARCH
contracts DB

Trending

  • Dive into our Contract Award database

    In an exclusive for WT Insider members, we are collecting all of the contract awards we cover into a database that you can sort by contractor, agency, value and other parameters. You can also download it into a spreadsheet. Read More

  • Is SBA MIA on contractor fraud? Nick Wakeman

    Editor Nick Wakeman explores the puzzle of why SBA has been so silent on the latest contractor fraud scandal when it has been so quick to act in other cases. Read More

Webcasts

  • How Do You Support the Project Lifecycle?

    How do best-in-class project-based companies create and actively mature successful organizations? They find the right mix of people, processes and tools that enable them to effectively manage the project lifecycle. REGISTER for this webinar to hear how properly managing the cycle of capture, bid, accounting, execution, IPM and analysis will allow you to better manage your programs to stay on scope, schedule and budget. Learn More!

  • Sequestration, LPTA and the Top 100

    Join Washington Technology’s Editor-in-Chief Nick Wakeman as he analyzes the annual Top 100 list and reveals critical insights into how market trends have impacted its composition. You'll learn what movements of individual companies means and how the market overall is being impacted by the current budget environment, how the Top 100 rankings reflect the major trends in the market today and how the biggest companies in the market are adapting to today’s competitive environment. Learn More!