Anteon International Corporation
Anteon International Corporation was a military subcontractor based in Virginia specializing in simulators and training of interrogators. Anteon also provided IT and computer support to the federal government, primarily in defense and high risk areas. In 2006 General Dynamics Network Systems, a division of General Dynamics, bought Anteon. As a result of the merger, the new company was renamed General Dynamics Information Technology. 
An archived page on the company from before its merger with General Dynamics stated:
- We are a leading provider of information technology solutions and advanced engineering services to government clients. Headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia, we have a 28 year corporate history marked by continual growth in revenue and customer base. We currently have approximately 8,600 employees at over 100 offices serving more than 1,000 customers worldwide. Revenue for 2003 was $1.042 billion. The remaining contract value, previously referred to as “backlog” was $5.6 billion at year-end 2003. We are led by a senior management team whose members average over 20 years of management experience and nearly eight years of tenure with Anteon. 
This is what Pratap Chatterjee had to say about the company:
- Among the private contractors cashing in on the privatization boom is Virginia-based Anteon International Corp., which has grown tenfold in the last decade. The company has become one of the nation's primary contractors for intelligence sharing, intelligence training and video game warfare simulators. One of Anteon's offices is located on the Huachuca base itself, while the second sits a mile away on Main Street, in a bright, freshly-painted pink building, sandwiched between Enterprise Rent-A-Car, with whom it shares a parking lot, and Filiberto's Mexican restaurant.
Although Anteon first came into existence in 1976, its profits really began to soar 20 years later, when former investment banker Frederick Iseman bought the company assets for a mere $48 million. Today, Anteon's annual revenues exceed a billion dollars and its share price has jumped from it's initial public offering of $18 to $36 in the last three years.
Board and Personnel
Board of directors
- Gilbert F. Decker
- Robert A. Ferris
- Frederick J. Iseman
- Paul G. Kaminski
- Steven M. Lefkowitz
- Paul Miller (Admiral, USN (ret.))
- William J. Perry
- Henry Hugh Shelton (General, USA (ret.))
- Thomas J. Tisch
- Michael T. Smith – appointed March 2, 2005
- Joseph Kampf, President and CEO
- S. Daniel Johnson, Executive VP and COO
- Charles Ream, Executive VP and CFO
- Seymour Moskowitz, Executive VP, Technology
- Mark Heilman, Executive VP, Corporate Development
- Roger Gurner,; Senior VP, Business Development & Strategic Planning
- Howard Dawson, Senior VP of Administration
- Curtis Schehr, Senior VP and General Counsel
- Dennis Kelly, Senior VP , Investor Relations
- Vincent Kiernan , Senior VP, Finance
- Deborah Alderson, Group President, Systems Engineering Group
- Mark Green, Group President, Technology Solutions Group
- Mike Canavan, Group President, Information Systems Group
|1999||$20,000||Advantage Associates, Inc.|
|2002||$100,000||Parry Romani DeConcini & Symms ($60K); PMA Group ($40K)|
|2003||$180,000||PMA Group ($110K); Parry, Romani ($80K)|
|2004||$160,000||PMA Group ($80K); Copeland, Lowery & Jacquez ($40K); Joel S. Lisker ($40K)|
|2005||$20,000||Joel S Lisker|
3211 Jermantown Road
Fairfax, Virginia 22030
- General Dynamics Information Technology, "History", accessed June 2007.
- Corporate Profile: Who We Are", Web Archive, September 2005.
- "Windfalls of War: Anteon International Corporation", Center for Public Integrity, Undated.
- Pratap Chatterjee, "Intelligence, Inc.", CorpWatch, March 7, 2005.