47 : MicroPact Engineering Inc.
Location:Herndon, Va.
Annual growth rate:53.36%
2003 revenue:2,268,504
2002 revenue:1,825,985
2001 revenue:1,012,255
2000 revenue:759,904
1999 revenue:410,087
Leadership:Kristoffer Collo
Number of employees:30
Web site:www.micropact.com
Lines of business:IT consulting and solutions, environmental consulting and solutions
Major customers:Defense Department, Army Corps of Engineers, Energy Department, IRS, U.S. Postal Service, EPA, Navy, Patent and Trademark Office, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Agriculture Department, Army, National Science Foundation, FDA, General Accounting Office, Transportation Department, State Department
Major contracts/projects:The Navy selected MicroPact''s products, iComplaints and eversity, to perform equal employment opportunity case management and employee diversity analysis for over 170,000 civilian employees. MicroPact has worked with the Navy''s Office of Civilian Human Resources to implement both systems. The iComplaints software will enhance the Navy''s accuracy and speed in processing and reporting on EEO cases. The eversity software will assist the Navy in providing a detailed analysis of their workforce and allow HR officials to enhance their ability to accomplish workforce planning goals.

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