23 : Advanced Broadband Solutions Inc.
Location:Rockville, Md.
Annual growth rate:96.15%
2003 revenue:19,908,049
2002 revenue:11,696,877
2001 revenue:6,317,992
2000 revenue:5,128,548
1999 revenue:1,344,793
Leadership:Rajev Sharma
Number of employees:50
Web site:www.absiweb.com
Lines of business:Infrastructure strategy and planning, network architecture design, infrastructure services, security systems integration, service management, technology procurement services, software development
Major customers:Defense Department Healthcare, Purchased Care, Direct Care, Veterans Affairs
Major contracts/projects:Since 2001, Advanced Broadband Solutions has provided software services to the TRICARE Encounter Data program, under a contract with the Defense Department. TRICARE receives and aggregates data from all military healthcare encounters for use within the Military Health System. This data will be edited for legitimacy of payment and then stored and provided to legacy systems. The company provides program management, tools selection, systems documentation and training services.

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