Who's Who: The List

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Washington Technology's 2003 Who's Who in the state and local market



AFFILIATED COMPUTER SERVICES INC.

Headquarters: Dallas

President, CEO: Jeff Rich

Head of state and local business: John Brophy, president
State and local

headquarters: Washington

2002 revenue: $3.1 billion

State and local revenue: More than $1 billion

Web site: http://www.acs-inc.com

Total employees: 36,200

Lines of business: Information resource management, business process outsourcing, municipal services, transportation systems and services, state health care services, welfare and work-force services and children and family services.

Major projects: Toll collection and parking enforcement in California, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, South Carolina and Washington; child support collection and disbursement in Ohio.


ELECTRONIC DATA SYSTEMS CORP.

Headquarters: Plano, Texas

President, CEO: Dick Brown

Head of state and local business: John Engler, president
State and local

Headquarters: Herndon, Va.

2002 revenue: $21.5 billion

State and local revenue: More than $1 billion

Web site: http://www.eds.com

Total employees: 143,000

Lines of business: Health care, human services, educational services, employment services, public safety, homeland security, justice administration, enterprisewide solutions, financial solutions, e-government.

Major projects: Medicaid administrative support services to 18 states; development of an intranet platform and Web site and creation of an electronic library and tracking system for information sharing for the Pennsylvania State Police; a digital learning program for California's Welfare Client Data System Consortium.


IBM CORP.

Headquarters: Armonk, N.Y.

President, CEO: Sam Palmisano

Head of state and local business: Todd Ramsey, general manager, global government industry

2002 revenue: $81.2 billion

State and local revenue: More than $1 billion

Web site: http://www.ibm.com

Total employees: 320,000

Lines of business: Tax and revenue, homeland security, public safety and justice, e-government, ERP implementation.

Major projects: Capital Wireless Integrated Network, which provides first responders and transportation officials in the Washington metropolitan area with wireless access to multiple government data sources during critical incidents; online services for the New York Governor's Office of Regulatory Reform.

Washington Technology's 2003 Who's Who in the state and local market



ACCENTURE LTD.

Headquarters: Hamilton, Bermuda

President, CEO: Joe Forehand

Government headquarters: Reston, Va.

Head of state and local business: Rob Berton, managing partner, East Coast Client Group; Dave Ross, managing partner, West Coast Client Group

2002 revenue: $13.1 billion

State and local revenue: $500 million to $1 billion

Web site: http://www.accenture.com

Total employees: 75,000

Lines of business: Education, e-government, human services and revenue. Services include customer relationship management, solutions operations, supply chain, financial management, strategy and business architecture and technical research and innovation.

Major projects: Online services for the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation; re-engineering of state's unemployment insurance system for Colorado Department of Labor and Employment; implementation of Statewide Uniform Registry of Electors for Pennsylvania; deployment and operation of New Mexico's electronic child support system.


UNISYS CORP.

Headquarters: Blue Bell, Pa.

President, CEO: Lawrence Weinbach

Head of state and local business: Kevin Curry, vice president and general manager of North America Public Sector

2002 revenue: $5.6 billion

State and local revenue: $500 million to $1 billion

Web site: http://www.unisys.com

Total employees: 38,900

Lines of business: Justice and public safety, social services solutions, tax and revenue, IT outsourcing.

Major projects: Outsourced IT services for Minneapolis; uniform registry of electors for Pennsylvania; outsourced operation and maintenance of Pennsylvania's data center facility; 311 system for Houston; a tax remittance project for California.

Washington Technology's 2003 Who's Who in the state and local market



BEARINGPOINT INC.

(formerly KPMG Consulting)

Headquarters: McLean, Va.

President, CEO: Randolph Blazer

Head of state and local business: Ron Salluzzo, senior vice president

2002 revenue:$2.4 billion

State and local revenue: $300 million to $500 million

Web site: http://www.bearingpoint.com

Total employees: 9,300

Lines of business: Transportation, finance, health and human services, public safety and education. Services include supply chain purchasing, ERP implementation, document management, data warehousing and decision support.

Major projects: Texas Online, a portal that allows access to state agencies through a single Web site; Imagine PA, a statewide enterprise resource planning implementation for Pennsylvania; a criminal justice information system for Washington; a document management system for the New York City Department of Finance.


COMPUTER SCIENCES CORP.

Headquarters: El Segundo, Calif.

President, CEO: Van Honeycutt

2002 revenue: $11.3 billion

State and local revenue: $300 million to $500 million

Web site: http://www.csc.com

Total employees: 67,000

Lines of business: Application outsourcing, business process outsourcing.

Major projects: Manages, maintains and operates San Diego County's computer and telephone system, including refreshing technology and developing online services.


DELOITTE CONSULTING

(changing name to Braxton Inc.)

Headquarters: New York

President, CEO: Doug McCracken

Head of state and local business: Paul Robinson, practice director, public sector, Americas

2002 revenue: $3.1 billion

State and local revenue: $300 million to $500 million

Web site: http://www.dc.com (changing to www.braxton.com)

Total employees: 12,000

Lines of business: Homeland security, health and human services, finance and administration, law and justice, and public safety.

Major projects: Custom tax and revenue system for New York; ERP implementation for San Antonio; project development and systems integration for the Pennsylvania National Electronic Disease Surveillance System; integrated maintenance management solution for the California Department of Transportation; enhancement and maintenance of the Pennsylvania Child Support System.


MAXIMUS INC.

Headquarters: Reston, Va.

President, CEO: David Mastran

2002 revenue: $518.7 million

State and local revenue: $300 million to $500 million

Web site: http://www.maximus.com

Total employees: 5,300

Lines of business: Health and consulting services and human services. Services include program management, information technology and consulting.

Major projects: ERP implementation for Detroit/Wayne County, Mich.; revenue enhancement services for the Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services; operating Medicaid for New York.


NORTHRUP GRUMMAN CORP.

Headquarters: Los Angeles

President, CEO: Kent Kresa

Head of state and local: Cheryl Janey, vice president, state and local solutions

2002 revenue: $17.1 billion

State and local revenue: $300 million to $500 million

Web site: http://www.northgrum.com

Total employees: 100,000

Lines of business: Enterprise infrastructure services, automated identification technology, electronic benefits transfer, systems integration, systems engineering and project management

Major projects: Texas Department of Information Resources data center operations, including full data center outsourcing, disaster recovery, applications and seat management services; IT services, including desktops, servers, application and network support, to support agency operations for the Louisiana Department of Social Services.

Washington Technology's 2003 Who's Who in the state and local market



AMERICAN MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS INC.

Headquarters: Fairfax, Va.

President, CEO: Alfred Mockett

Head of state and local business: Ed Nadworny, senior vice president, public sector services

2002 revenue:$986.7 million

State and local revenue: $100 million to $300 million
Web site: http://www.ams.com

Total employees: 7,000

Lines of business: Financial management, e-government, human services and labor, public safety and transportation, e-procurement, homeland security, and tax and revenue management.

Major projects: Web-based ERP solution for Iowa; statewide financial management system for Massachusetts; state payroll system for Wyoming; statewide electronic procurement system for Virginia; summons tracking and accounts receivable system for the New York Department of Finance.


CIBER INC.

Headquarters: Greenwood Village, Colo.

President, CEO and director: Mac Slingerlend

Head of state and local:Ed Burns, president

2002 revenue: $608.3 million

State and local revenue: $100 million to $300 million

Web site: http://www.ciber.com

Total employees: 6,000

Lines of business: Health and human services, law and justice, transportation, finance and administration, environmental protection.

Major projects: Statewide assessment of computer infrastructure security for Colorado; Web-based program management system to support Pennsylvania's Women, Infants and Children program; case records information management and exchange system for Louisiana District Attorneys' Association.

COVANSYS CORP.

Headquarters: Farmington Hills, Mich.

President, CEO: Marty Clague

Head of state and local: Arvind Malhotra, senior vice president, public sector

2002 revenue: $382.8 million

State and local revenue: $100 million to $300 million

Web site: http://www.covansys.com

Total employees: 5,930

Lines of business: Custom and packaged solutions in retirement, health and human services, transportation and justice departments.

Major projects: Early childhood development management information system for Alaska; hazardous waste tracking system for California; drinking water information system for Washington; retirement systems for Maine, New Mexico and Wisconsin.


SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORP.

Headquarters: San Diego

Chairman, CEO: J. Robert Beyster

Head of state and local: Arnold Punaro, sector senior vice president, federal business development

2002 revenue: $6.1 billion

State and local revenue: $100 million to $300 million

Web site: http://www.saic.com

Total employees: 40,400

Lines of business: IT services, criminal justice, health care, data mining and data warehousing, software development, systems integration and program management.

Major projects: eMaryland Marketplace, an interactive procurement system for state agencies; major subcontractor to CSC for San Diego County IT outsourcing contract.

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