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Post 200: Public companies

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Monday, December 27, 2010

For all the ups and downs of 2010, The Post 200 is still dominated by defense contractors, information technology firms, hotel companies, and financial firms. We added Northrop Grumman this year, pending the firm's arrival in Falls Church. Companies made the list based on their 2009 revenue. They are listed in alphabetical order here.

Advisory Board

2445 M St NW

Washington, D.C. 20037

202-266-5600

www.advisoryboardcompany.com

Founded: 1979

Executive chairman: Frank J. Williams

Employees (local): 1,308 (965)

The Advisory Board provides information to the health-care and education industries on business trends and best practices. It counts more than 2,985 hospitals, health systems, universities, drugmakers and other organizations that subscribe to its research and Web tools. Business picked up this year as organizations sought insight on the federal health-care overhaul. The economic recovery also brought clients back, as institutions looked for tips on how to cut costs and run their operations more efficiently. During the spring, the company announced the purchase of Concuity for $34.5 million. Concuity makes software for managing health-care contracts and payments.

AES

4300 Wilson Blvd.


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