11 : immixGroup Inc.
Location:McLean, Va.
Annual growth rate:117.82%
2003 revenue:66,020,198
2002 revenue:50,418,095
2001 revenue:35,708,990
2000 revenue:26,415,065
1999 revenue:2,932,752
Leadership:Jeff Copeland
Number of employees:44
Web site:www.immixgroup.com
Lines of business:Contract management, search and recruiting, business development, channel representation, federal sales training
Major customers:Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Defense Information Systems Agency, National Security Agency, National Reconnaissance Office, Defense Security Service, Defense Intelligence Agency, Treasury Department, Justice Department, Commerce Department, State Department, FAA, Veterans Affairs, NASA, Coast Guard, Tennessee Valley Authority, Texas, Florida, New York, California, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Harris County, New York City
Major contracts/projects:immixTechnology, a subsidiary of the immixGroup Inc., won a multi-year contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command to provide a commercial off the shelf object-oriented analysis and design tool suite to support software development managed by the Navy. The first program to use the contract was the Defense Integrated Military Human Resources System (DIMHRS).

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