13 : STG International Inc.
Location:Alexandria, Va.
Annual growth rate:119.32%
2004 revenue:33,634,456
2003 revenue:22,024,858
2002 revenue:6,938,762
2001 revenue:3,032,555
2000 revenue:1,453,722
Leadership:Michelle S. Lee, president and CEO
Number of employees:500
Web site:www.stginternational.com
Lines of business:IT services, call center services, information management and electronic retrieval, federal human resources solutions, medical staffing, administrative support services, management and IT consulting and medical claims processing
Major customers:Health and Human Services Department, Agriculture Department and Homeland Security Department
Major contracts/projects:STG helped manage the conversion of the Health and Human Services Department''s payroll system to the Defense Finance and Accounting Services system under a $5.7 million awarded in February 2003. The company is also providing technical support to HHS'' Electronic Dissemination Program and Information Resources Center under a $2.3 million contract awarded in April 2004. HHS also hired STG in January 2005 to help in customer service and service delivery functions for the Federal Occupational Health Services under a $120.7 million contract.

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