21 : InScope Solutions Inc.
Location:Reston, Va.
Annual growth rate:99.80%
2006 revenue:20,081,102
2005 revenue:9,704,241
2004 revenue:6,233,788
2003 revenue:1,719,410
2002 revenue:1,260,140
Leadership:Mike Bruce
Number of employees:75
Web site:www.inscopesolutions.com
Lines of business:InScope'' expertise spans the disciplines of IT strategy, deployment, and operations. The company focuses on Microsoft development and infrastructure, knowledge management consulting, software and systems engineering, and secure and optimized computing. InScope''s clients fall in the following markets: government (civilian and defense), banking and finance, insurance, and non-profit.
Major customers:Central Command, Air Force, Army, Navy, Internal Revenue Service, Agriculture, Energy, Homeland Security, Justice and Treasury departments, Census Bureau, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Major contracts/projects:The company has a $12.2 million contract with the Agriculture Department for Microsoft support services. It also is a subcontractor to SRA International for IT operation support services to the Military Sealift Command Afloat systems.

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