29 : Integrity Applications Inc.
Location:Chantilly, Va.
Annual growth rate:79.79%
2003 revenue:14,594,383
2002 revenue:8,394,974
2001 revenue:5,097,205
2000 revenue:2,838,868
1999 revenue:1,396,619
Leadership:Joseph L. Brickey
Number of employees:105
Web site:www.integrity-apps.com
Lines of business:System acquisition, program management, systems engineering and integration, cost estimation and analysis, software engineering, advanced algorithm development
Major customers:National Reconnaissance Office, Navy, National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency, Air Force, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Major contracts/projects:Integrity Applications won a contract with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in 2004. Under the blanket purchase agreement, IAI provides advanced systems design and program development support for the acquisition of NOAA''s next generation Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites Series R system. For the next five years, NOAA will use IAI''s acquisition and project management services to acquire the satellite and ground systems technology.

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