Fast 50 Government Contractors: 2008
3 : ASRC Management Services
Location:Greenbelt, Md.
Annual growth rate:189.89%
2007 revenue:95,158,019
2006 revenue:56,658,109
2005 revenue:22,220,794
2004 revenue:10,690,285
2003 revenue:1,347,364
Leadership:Tim Lewis
Number of employees:930
Lines of business:Information systems and technology, and science and engineering services
Major customers:NASA, EPA, USDA, USGS, IRS, DEA, FAA, DOJ, FWS, DOL, Army, USPTO
Major contracts/projects:Under a $20 million contract with the Agriculture Department, ASRC manages data services. The system can ingest, display and analyze land surface data such as geology, soils, vegetation, hydrology and land use. Under a cooperative research agreement with Agriculture, ASRC developed Crop Explorer, a Web site that displays agricultural commodity products and other environmental and disaster monitoring products.

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