Fast 50 Government Contractors: 2008
10 : Innovative Management & Technology Services LLC
Location:Fairmont, WV
Annual growth rate:133.93%
2007 revenue:8,349,346
2006 revenue:10,754,570
2005 revenue:9,193,978
2004 revenue:844,264
2003 revenue:278,796
Leadership:Chirag Patel
Number of employees:100
Lines of business:Program management, systems development, modeling, simulation and integration, biometrics, IT for high performance and grid computing, design and integration, intelligence processing, space systems analysis and technology
Major customers:Air Force, Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board, DFAS, Defense Logistics Agency, Energy, Homeland Security, FBI, GAO, NASA, Office of Naval Research, Space and Missile Command, Bureau of Public Debt
Major contracts/projects:The company is providing scientific programming, data visualization and systems programming to the Materials and Manufacturing Directorate of the Air Force Research Labs. As a subcontractor to Lockheed Martin, IMTS provides IT and engineering services for multiple FBI systems.

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