Fast 50 Government Contractors: 2008
45 : YRCI
Location:Fairfax, VA
Annual growth rate:68.57%
2007 revenue:14,851,303
2006 revenue:13,040,424
2005 revenue:7,611,323
2004 revenue:5,065,890
2003 revenue:1,839,181
Leadership:John Jaeger
Number of employees:180
Web site:www.yrci.com
Lines of business:Recruitment and staffing; classification and position management; personnel processing; employee and labor relations; retirement counseling and calculations; and employee benefits. The company also provides contracts management and procurement services.
Major customers:Homeland Security, National Science Foundation, Coast Guard, Transportation, NASA, NIH, VA, Agriculture, Marshals Service, Education, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Executive Office of the President, and the Army Corps of Engineers
Major contracts/projects:The company provided HR services to the National Science Foundation and the Homeland Security Department. For VA, the company provided acquisition support.

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