10 : Chenega Technology Services Corp.
Location:Alexandria, Va.
Annual growth rate:121.68%
2003 revenue:178,700,000
2002 revenue:68,600,000
2001 revenue:20,500,000
2000 revenue:5,000,000
1999 revenue:7,400,000
Leadership:Robert Bowe
Number of employees:921
Web site:www.ctsc.net
Lines of business:Systems engineering and integration, instructional systems design, advanced systems concept development, information technology and network engineering, acquisition management, operational analysis, force protection support, integrated logistics support, consulting services
Major customers:Homeland Security Department, National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Interior Department, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Energy Department, U.S. Southern Command, Defense Intelligence Agency, Defense Information Systems Agency, Defense Logistics Agency, U.S. Special Operations Command, Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Justice Department
Major contracts/projects:Under FEMA''s U.S. Fire Administration, Chenega provides 24-hour computer, classroom, and laboratory support to the Emergency Management Institute. The institute works to enhance the mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery capabilities of federal, state and local government emergency management personnel. Chenega supports seven laboratories, 34 classrooms with over 300 computers, 4 LAN servers and other associated support equipment at three different locations.

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