30 : Automation Technologies Inc.
Location:Vienna, Va.
Annual growth rate:83.21%
2004 revenue:4,549,159
2003 revenue:2,136,667
2002 revenue:1,260,123
2001 revenue:1,086,631
2000 revenue:403,728
Leadership:Shelia J. Corbett, president and owner
Number of employees:35
Web site:www.ati4it.com
Lines of business:Business process analysis & enterprise architecture analysis, process modeling and simulation, mainframe solutions, application migration and content management, knowledge management and collaboration, enterprise software evaluation and implementation, instructional systems design, requirements analysis and management, usability studies, community of practice development and network and software engineering
Major customers:Homeland Security Department, National Archives and Records Administration, Marine Corps, Navy and Coast Guard
Major contracts/projects:ATI is providing preventive and remedial maintenance services to Customs and Border Protection''s mainframe computing environment and its associate peripherals and the storage subsystems under a $2.5 million contract awarded in August 2004. The company also provides network engineering and technical networking services to the Marine Corps'' Direct Reporting Program Manager, Advanced Amphibious Assault Local Area Network/Wide Area Network under a $1.1 million contract awarded in November 2004.

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