Top 100 corrections: ISS makes the Top 100

Information Systems Support Inc. has been added to the Washington Technology 2004 Top 100 at No. 48, with prime IT contracting revenue of $138.7 million for the 12 months from July 1, 2002 through June 30, 2003.

The company was left off the list because the government incorrectly reported some of ISS' revenue data. The company was ranked No. 54 in 2003.

ISS of Bethesda, Md., has 1,200 employees and total 2003 revenue of $170 million. Its major customers include the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, General Services Administration and the departments of Defense, Energy, Interior, Justice and Transportation.

The company offers program management, information and network security, software development, integrated logistics, health care systems and telecommunications. Washington Technology regrets the error.

Sprint climbs Top 100 ranks

Sprint Corp.'s ranking on the Top 100 has been adjusted from No. 93 to No. 28, with $345 million in prime contracting revenue.

The company had been contacted before release of the list to verify what looked like a low revenue number.

Officials at the company, however, did not respond with more information until after the rankings were released.

Sprint's largest contract is the FTS2001, which agencies use to purchase long-distance voice and data communications services.

Sytex Group Web site

An incorrect Web site was listed for the Sytex Group Inc. in Top 100 issue. The correct address is

Washington Technology listed the address for Sytex Inc., a subsidiary of the Sytex Group.

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