Fast 50 Government Contractors: 2008
5 : By Light Professional IT Services
Location:Arlington, VA
Annual growth rate:169.01%
2007 revenue:10,835,670
2006 revenue:13,264,676
2005 revenue:25,612,387
2004 revenue:9,418,641
2003 revenue:206,896
Leadership:LTG. Robert Donahue Sr.,
Number of employees:60
Lines of business:Network design and implementation, radio over IP, voice over IP, software systems engineering, contingency communications, IT outsourcing and staff augmentation, information assurance and physical security convergence and program management
Major customers:DISA, Army Materiel Command, U.S. Special Operations Command, intelligence community
Major contracts/projects:Under a $45.5 million contract from DISA, By Light is working as a subcontractor to SAIC on the Global Information Grid-Bandwidth Expansion project. For the U.S. Special Operations Command, By Light is supporting transformation and modernization efforts under a $5 million contract.

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