46 : Superlative Technologies, Inc.
Location:McLean, Va.
Annual growth rate:0.515335603
2002 revenue:11,600,000
2001 revenue:6,200,000
2000 revenue:4,200,000
1999 revenue:4,800,000
1998 revenue:2,200,000
Leadership:Brandon Park, president and CEO
Number of employees:81
Web site:www.suprtek.com
Lines of business:Systems operations and maintenance, network engineering, design and installation, help desk, database, applications and Web-based technology development
Major customers:Transportation, Washington Metropolitan Police Department, Justice, Navy, Army, Defense Department

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