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32 September 30, 2013 FCW.COM Rank Company Headquarters 2012 obligations 1 Sierra Nevada Corp. Sparks, Nev. $147,251 2 FCN Inc. Rockville, Md. $145,335 3 Actionet Inc. Vienna, Va. $129,933 4 Buccaneer Computer Systems and Service Inc. Warrenton, Va. $112,932 5 Blue Tech Inc. San Diego $84,827 6 Countertrade Products Inc. Arvada, Colo. $70,225 7 Four LLC Centreville, Va. $67,506 8 Gryphon Technologies L.C. Washington, D.C. $64,688 9 MacAulay-Brown Inc. Dayton, Ohio $55,629 10 ST Net--Apptis FirstSource Joint Venture Chantilly, Va. $46,849 11 Maricom Systems Inc. Baltimore $44,298 12 Strategic Communications LLC Louisville, Ky. $41,350 13 InnovaSystems International LLC San Diego $41,206 14 Transource Services Corp. Phoenix $39,944 15 Wild ower International Ltd. Santa Fe, N.M. $39,739 16 Client/Server Software Solutions Inc. Bellevue, Neb. $37,186 17 InfoPro Corp. Huntsville, Ala. $35,424 18 Panamerica Computers Inc. Vienna, Va. $34,455 19 Access Systems Inc. Reston, Va. $34,236 20 Dynamic Systems Inc. El Segundo, Calif. $33,616 SOURCE: FEDERAL PROCUREMENT DATA SYSTEM Next-Generation Data Center NEW DEMANDS, NEW SOLUTIONS RFPS: GET THEM RIGHT FROM THE START LEAVING HOME: IT'S EASIER THAN YOU THINK 5 STEPS TO BIG DATA SUCCESS PREPARING FOR THE WORST THE PEOPLE PARADIGM TOPICS INCLUDE ONLINE REPORT SPONSORED BY NETAPP AND CDW-G TO LEARN MORE, VISIT: FCW.COM/2013NEXTGENDC Special Report 20top woman-owned companies The 20 top-selling companies owned by women did an aggre- gate business of $1.3 billion in scal 2012. And that's just prime contracts; the total does not include subcontracting work. The dollar amounts in the chart are in thousands.
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