94 : Computer & Hi-tech Management Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $52,989,000
Defense revenue:
Civilian revenue:
2002 revenue: $78 million
2002 earnings : Privately held
2001 revenue: $52.4 million
2001 earnings: Privately held
Number of employees: 600
Headquarters: Virginia Beach, Va.
Web address: www.chm.net
President/CEO: James Cheng, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Same as CEO
Ticker: Privately held
Lines of business: Information systems, network systems, software programming, network engineering, systems integration, life sciences, NAVTRANS, document imaging, and civilian programs
Major customers: National Institutes of Health, Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Major contracts/projects: Computer & Hi-tech Management is working on the Communication Gateway Services contract to configure, integrate, install and support a secure and non-secure video teleconferencing system for the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Office of Homeland Security. The installation is part of the OHS initiative to facilitate communication between the new Department of Homeland Security and the states and territories.
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