Federal List

The Top 50-woman-owned companies

The top 50 government-focused companies owned by women did brisk business with the federal government. The rankings are based on government procurement data for fiscal 2011, which was analyzed using product and service codes for IT, systems integration and other professional services.



Company Headquarters 2011 Prime Contracts
1 Actionet Inc. Vienna, Va. $143,098,000
2 FCN Inc. Rockville, Md. $94,500,000
3 Blue Tech Inc. San Diego $84,591,000
4 Wildflower International Ltd. Santa Fe, N.M. $58,910,000
5 Innovasystems International LLC San Diego $57,515,000
6 Countertrade Products Inc. Arvada, Colo. $57,044,000
7 Gryphon Technologies L.C. Greenbelt, Md. $54,932,000
8 Tri-Star Engineering Inc. Bedford, Ind. $52,157,000
9 Strategic Communications Inc. Louisville, Ky. $48,307,000
10 Creative Computing Solutions Inc. Rockville, Md. $43,175,000
11 Client/Server Software Solutions Inc. Bellevue, Neb. $39,476,000
12 Access Systems Inc. Reston, Va. $39,260,000
13 Barrios Technology Ltd. Houston $37,841,000
14 Infopro Inc. McLean, Va. $37,098,000
15 Research Analysis and Maintenance Inc. El Paso, Texas $35,309,000
16 System Studies & Simulation Inc. Huntsville, Ala. $34,047,000
17 Infopro Corp. Huntsville, Ala. $33,984,000
18 Sierra Nevada Corp. Sparks, Nev. $32,681,000
19 Alliance Technology Group LLC Hanover, Md. $31,825,000
20 Transource Services Corp. Phoenix $31,454,000
21 Rentfrow Inc. Ventura, Calif. $31,080,000
22 Macaulay-Brown Inc. Dayton, Ohio $30,392,000
23 Gupton & Associates Inc. Alexandria, Va. $30,296,000
24 Sterling Computers Corp. Norfolk, Neb. $29,377,000
25 T-Solutions Inc. Chesapeake, Va. $29,279,000
26 LPI Technical Services Chesapeake, Va. $26,838,000
27 Savantage Financial Services Inc. Rockville, Md. $26,529,000
28 Genova Technologies Inc. Cedar Rapids, Iowa $25,671,000
29 Engineering and Software Systems Solutions Inc. San Diego $24,215,000
30 Science Systems and Applications Inc. Lanham, Md. $23,765,000
31 Trowbridge & Trowbridge LLC Vienna, Va. $23,572,000
32 Panamerica Computers Inc. Vienna, Va. $23,460,000
33 Nova Datacom LLC Chantilly, Va. $22,753,000
34 Knowledge Information Solutions Inc. Virginia Beach, Va. $22,744,000
35 Multilingual Solutions Inc. Rockville, Md. $21,606,000
36 Mercom Inc. Pawleys Island, S.C. $21,459,000
37 Ilumina Solutions Inc. California, Md. $21,360,000
38 Caelum Research Corp. Rockville, Md. $21,222,000
39 CSSI Inc. Washington, D.C. $20,505,000
40 Earth Resources Technology Inc. Laurel, Md. $20,082,000
41 Kaegan Corp. Orlando, Fla. $19,265,000
42 Net Direct Systems LLC Apex, N.C. $19,147,000
43 Trofholz Technologies Inc. Rocklin, Calif. $19,072,000
44 Falconwood Inc. Arlington, Va. $18,492,000
45 Automation Technologies Inc. Vienna, Va. $18,450,000
46 Sound & Sea Technology Inc. Lynnwood, Wash. $17,830,000
47 Data Networks Corp. Reston, Va. $17,804,000
48 MCP Computer Products Inc. San Marcos, Calif. $17,798,000
49 Aranea Solutions Inc. Huntsville, Ala. $17,633,000
50 Software Information Resource Corp. Washington, D.C. $17,244,000


Source: Federal Procurement Data System

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