Fast 50 Government Contractors: 2008
20 : Vector Consulting Inc.
Location:Duluth, Ga.
Annual growth rate:102.72%
2007 revenue:2,102,119
2006 revenue:2,496,702
2005 revenue:2,022,164
2004 revenue:849,627
2003 revenue:124,470
Leadership:Sanjay Agrawala
Number of employees:28
Lines of business:Recruitment services including strategies, HR and recruitment process improvement, management and outsourcing; project management; and application design and development
Major customers:U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Centers For Disease Control, and General Services Administration
Major contracts/projects:The company is providing IT staffing services to support an Oracle ERP based application for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service under a contract worth $350,000 a year. For GSA, the company has a $500,000 a year project to provide IT staff for open source technologies.

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