41 : Popkin Software & Systems Inc.
Location:New York
Annual growth rate:58.52%
2003 revenue:7,944,330
2002 revenue:5,701,006
2001 revenue:2,308,912
2000 revenue:1,786,866
1999 revenue:1,258,216
Leadership:Jan Popkin
Number of employees:100
Web site:www.government.popkin.com
Lines of business:Business process modeling, simulation, UML, database modeling, web publishing, system training
Major customers:Defense Department, Air force, Intelligence Community, related civilian and state agencies
Major contracts/projects:Popkin''s flagship tool, System Architect, is used by the Air Force as an enterprise architecture tool to develop integrated enterprise, mission area and program architectures at more than 20 major command bases. The Air Force''s enterprise architecture program works to support its architecture-based investment strategy so that architectures are used to help drive capability and technology investments. The Air Force will be using the latest version of System Architect, which offers support for the Department of Defense Architecture Framework.

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