23 : eGlobalTech
Location:Arlington, Va.
Annual growth rate:91.21%
2012 revenue:$41,124,203.00
2011 revenue: $23,164,889.00
2010 revenue: $11,626,122.00
2009 revenue:$6,484,736.00
2008 revenue: $3,076,192.00
Leadership:Sonya Jain, President
Number of employees:205
Web site:http://www.eglobaltech.com
Lines of business:•Strategy and Business Services •Cloud Services •Information Technology Solutions •Information Assurance and Cybersecurity •Managed Services
Major customers:•Armed Forces Retirement Home (AFRH) •Department of Defense (DoD) - ­Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) •Department of Energy (DoE) •Department of Education (ED) •Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) (Prime contract vehicles: OCIO BPA, NIH CIOSP3 SB)
Major contracts/projects:•A $100M ceiling-value contract to support the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) at the Department of Health and Human (HHS) Services. eGT was the sole awardee of this contract, which includes technical and strategic support for planning and transformation initiatives.

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