Fast 50 Government Contractors: 2008
6 : 1 Source Consulting Inc.
Location:Washington, D.C.
Annual growth rate:164.53%
2007 revenue:119,408,707
2006 revenue:44,860,720
2005 revenue:8,627,449
2004 revenue:4,191,121
2003 revenue:2,438,755
Leadership:William Teel, Jr.
Number of employees:281
Web site:www.1-sc.com
Lines of business:Program management and control, ITS infrastructure and operations, IT management, cybersecurity, and systems development and engineering
Major customers:Energy, Justice, Transportation, Education and Commerce departments
Major contracts/projects:1 Source is the majority owner of an SBA-approved mentor-prot''g'' relationship known as Energy Enterprise Solutions. In this role, the company is the lead on an A-76 IT support services contract at Energy worth $1 billion. Working with the federal workforce, the solution provides IT consolidation services, system access and security, management and improved service.

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