14 : SBI Technologies Corp.
Location:Columbia, Md.
Annual growth rate:117.79%
2004 revenue:8,338,300
2003 revenue:4,415,400
2002 revenue:2,685,200
2001 revenue:381,400
2000 revenue:370,600
Leadership:Shari Iverson, president and CEO
Number of employees:115
Web site:www.sbi-tech.com
Lines of business:Training and eLearning, analytical services, software and systems integration and information technology
Major customers:Defense Department, National Security Agency and National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
Major contracts/projects:SBI Technologies provides IT planning, design, acquisition, integration, installation, testing operation and maintenance of imagery systems to collect, process, store and display digital and analog information for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. The $2.8 million contract was awarded in October 2004. The company also provides software engineering services to support the National Security Agency''s Geospatial Information System under a $1.9 million contract awarded in October 2004. SAIC also hired SBI as a subcontractor to develop multi-media courses and modernization using instructional systems design under a $4.5 million contract awarded in March 2001.

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