Fast 50 Government Contractors: 2008
35 : Guident Technologies Inc.
Location:Herndon, Va.
Annual growth rate:78.46%
2007 revenue:13,208,714
2006 revenue:7,355,911
2005 revenue:4,987,657
2004 revenue:1,678,345
2003 revenue:1,302,280
Leadership:Teddy Matheu, Dan Ackerman, Suneet Gupta, Boyd Harter
Number of employees:137
Lines of business:Business intelligence, management consulting, and systems engineering
Major customers:Environmental Protection Agency, Government Printing Office, Department of Defense '' Military Health, Food and Drug Administration, Securities and Exchange Commission, Department of Transportation '' Pipeline and Hazardous Material Safety Administration, Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts
Major contracts/projects:Under a $12.8 million contract, Guident is providing the U.S. Courts with project management, requirements documentation, application design, database design, coding, testing, deployment and ongoing support services for the CIRIS-R program.

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