35 : Creative Information Technology Inc./CITI
Location:Arlington, Va.
Annual growth rate:66.61%
2003 revenue:14,390,251
2002 revenue:6,423,013
2001 revenue:3,545,227
2000 revenue:2,600,696
1999 revenue:1,867,705
Leadership:Sunil Kolhekar
Number of employees:140
Web site:www. citi-us.com
Lines of business:IT solutions, systems engineering, operational support
Major customers:State Department, Transportation Department, Department of Housing and Urban Development, EPA
Major contracts/projects:Under a contract with the Grant Management Program, Creative Information Technology employees are developing Web-based solutions that manage enterprise zones, enterprise communities and Title V programs for the Department of Housing and Urban Development. This program is designed to minimize the impact of disasters on communities, and expedite the recovery process by allocating funds to offset costs of rebuilding and rehabilitation. C.I.T.I. developed and maintained applications support for the management of $2.7B in grants in New York City arising from 9/11.

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