20 : Preferred Systems Solutions Inc.
Location:Fairfax, Va.
Annual growth rate:103.70%
2004 revenue:24,914,214
2003 revenue:13,424,762
2002 revenue:10,120,318
2001 revenue:10,799,792
2000 revenue:1,446,960
Leadership:Robert J. Hisel Jr., president and CEO
Number of employees:275
Web site:www.pssfed.com
Lines of business:IT services, telecommunications/network support, management support services and engineering services
Major customers:Defense Department, National Library of Medicine and Food and Drug Administration
Major contracts/projects:Preferred Systems Solutions provides customer service support to the users of the Surface Deployment and Distribution Command system under a $6.4 million contract that began in November 2003. The Navy also hired the company to support weapons systems development under a $4 million contract that began February 2001.

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