4 : SAVA Workforce Solutions LLC
Location:Herndon, Va.
Annual growth rate:156.33%
2012 revenue: $76,369,886.00
2011 revenue:$84,689,023.00
2010 revenue:$56,101,745
2009 revenue:$31,462,826
2008 revenue:$1,768,979
Leadership:Chris Jenkins, President
Number of employees:457
Web site:http://www.savasolutions.com
Lines of business:Information Technology Cyber Security Logistics Data Center Human Capital Management Law Enforcement and Security
Major customers:AT&T Defense Intelligence Agency Drug Enforcement Administration General Services Administration U.S. Army U.S. Department of Labor Defense Information Systems Agency Defense Threat Reduction Agency Federal Bureau of Investigation Terrorist Screening Center U.S. Air Force U.S. Army Cor
Major contracts/projects:GSA 8(a) STARS II #GS-06F-0913Z GSA 84 Schedule #GS-07F-0451Y GSA IT-70 Schedule #GS-35F-0483W FBI Subject Matter Expert Services IDIQ DTRA AV/VTC IDIQ Army Materiel Command IDIQ FBI IT-SSS (Dept. of Justice) Department of Labor IDIQ GSA Chicago IDIQ

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