31 : Access Systems Inc.
Location:Reston, Va.
Annual growth rate:75.54%
2003 revenue:18,009,610
2002 revenue:5,949,788
2001 revenue:5,100,000
2000 revenue:2,554,095
1999 revenue:1,896,808
Leadership:Julie Lee
Number of employees:350
Web site:www. Accsys-inc.com
Lines of business:Systems engineering, systems integration, managed service, security systems design and maintenance, program management and logistics, e-business solutions
Major customers:Agriculture Department, Commerce Department, Defense Department, Department of Health and Human Services, Homeland Security Department, Interior Department, Justice Department, State Department, Transportation Department, Treasury Department, Veterans Affairs, General Services Administration, U.S. Joint Forces Command, Marine Corps Systems Command
Major contracts/projects:Access provided a wide range of security services to the State Department''s Bureau of Diplomatic Security. Access currently supports the Justice Department''s Asset Forfeiture Program by providing systems operations, paralegal services, applications and database support services at 35 locations nationwide.

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