44 : Baesch Computer Consulting Inc.
Location:Glen Burnie, Md.
Annual growth rate:57.11%
2003 revenue:12,386,125
2002 revenue:10,816,145
2001 revenue:7,738,450
2000 revenue:4,196,245
1999 revenue:2,033,059
Leadership:Robert K. Baesch
Number of employees:100
Web site:www.bcci.com
Lines of business:Advanced research, finance and accounting, signal-intelligence systems, procurement, geospatial information systems, supply chain management, network management and operations, human resources, student administration
Major customers:National Security Agency, National Imagery and Mapping Agency, State Department, Treasury Department
Major contracts/projects:Baesch is supporting corporate systems for the National Security Agency. This five year award worth $8 million covers several legacy financial systems. The contract includes some existing work that Baesch is already performing, as well as additional work on NSA systems. Since 1996, BCC has provided defense intelligence agencies with client software engineering, database engineering and administration as well as financial domain expertise.

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