100 reasons to read this issue
- By Steve LeSueur
- May 02, 2002
Northrop Grumman Information Technology, an amalgam of several corporate acquisitions, is planning an advertising campaign this spring to brand the unit as a first-tier systems integrator in the federal space.
AT&T Corp. is planning an ad campaign to alert federal customers that, along with telecommunications, the company provides a full set of IT solutions, such as outsourcing and professional services.
Affiliated Computer Services Inc., often a go-it-alone integrator, is getting the word out to other large integrators that the company wants to partner on more deals.
At CACI International Inc., Chief Executive Jack London wants to double the company's annual revenue to $1 billion by 2005. At Unisys Corp., Greg Baroni, president of the company's public-sector business, is aiming for an even more ambitious goal. Baroni wants to increase his unit's revenue, which includes federal, state and local and international business, from approximately $2 billion to $10 billion annually in just five years.
This is just a small sampling of the news you'll find in Washington Technology's Top 100 special report. Senior Editor Nick Wakeman led the effort to compile the rankings and profile the top-performing IT companies in the federal market. Lockheed Martin Corp. grabbed the No. 1 ranking again this year, but otherwise, it's a vibrant, fluid market, and the companies leading this year's list are constantly diving into new products, partnerships, solutions and markets.
In this issue, we've got their plans for moving up the rankings.Techtoon