The Wilkes Corporation, founded in 1995, is "an established leader in providing technology solutions to government and commercial entities. The Wilkes Corporation provides leadership, knowledge and personnel for several technology and defense-related business enterprises. The Wilkes Corporation supports multiple companies including: ADCS, Inc., Group W Advisors, Inc., Group W Media Productions, Inc., Group W Events, Inc., Paradigm Knowledge Management, Inc., Group W Holdings, Inc., and Group W Transportation, Inc. 
"While [Cannon believes] that the Wilkes Corporation (also known as ADCS and Group W Advisors) intended to hire enough people to give his firm a more convincing veneer of legitimacy, the available evidence indicates that Wilkes' company existed primarily as a way-station for political pay-offs."
- "Perfect Wave Technologies, $15,000. Perfect Wave is a subsidiary of a San Diego, Calif., company that provides high technology computer software to the U.S. Department of Defense."
Wilkes "Enterprise" Matrix
About Archer Logistics, Inc.
According to Archer Logistics' website, it is:
- "CONUS based open source acquisition group"
- "uniquely positioned to execute rapid acquisition requests, provide immediate delivery channels and augment post-sales support."
- uses "latest advances in e-commerce/e-procurement tools, ... [to] dramatically reduce the decision and execution of mission critical acquisition."
- uses "latest in logistics and materials management to, in real time, provide a constant status update to its customers."
- "unique delivery structure" for 24-hour turnaround times "in cases of extreme need."
- "able to add robust 'post-sales' support consisting of warranty management, vendor relations, equipment pre-positioning and flooring."
Customers: U.S. Army
Department of State
Department of Defense
Archer Logistics, Inc.
14020 Thunderbolt Place, Suite 200
Chantilly, VA 20151
Phone: 703 234-9790
Email: info AT archerlogistics.com
- In 2003, MailSafe Inc., Mirror Labs, Group W Outfitters, Al Dust Properties LLC, IDEA, PKMI, Akamai Info Tech, and Perfect Wave Technologies, LLC, which were also listed as part of the corporation. 
- Note that the web links for MailSafe Inc., Mirror Labs, and PKMI are no longer active.
- The Aztec Golf Classic, sponsored by the Aztec Athletic Foundation, a "non-profit organization whose mission is to support and promote SDSU athletics primarily by fund raising, providing student-athlete scholarships, recognizing male and female student-athletes, and fostering community support." "Please make checks payable to: Aztec Athletic Foundation, 13970 Stowe Drive, Poway, CA 92064." "For Event Information contact: (858) 848-2003."
- "Pure Aqua Technologies, LLC", whose website consists of a home page with phone numbers.
"The Wilkes Corporation maintains an ever expanding global presence with offices in San Diego, Washington D.C., Panama, Hawaii, and Germany." 
Building "for sale"
The North County Times reported November 30, 2005, that ADCS headquarters building, "located near the city's southern border in the Parkway Business Center at 13970 Stowe Drive" and "built for the Poway-based company at a reported cost of $12 million in 2003," is for sale.
"Al Dust Properties LLC, the headquarters owner and sister company to ADCS, appears to need the money: It owes nearly $40,000 in back taxes and penalties to the county treasurer/tax collector's office."
13970 Stowe Drive
Poway, CA 92064
Telephone: 858 848-2000
Fax: 858 676-9808
- "Individuals Who Gave To This Committee (1999-2005): ADCS INC PAC (ADCS, Inc. political action committee), Federal Election Commission. Note: This is a "who's who" of Wilkes' family members and ADCS, Inc., etc., employees.
- ADCS INC PAC Political Action Committee and Campaign Finance Details, CampaignMoney.com.
Articles & Commentary
- Matt Potter, "The Art of Cash Harvest," San Diego Reader, October 5, 2000. Scroll down more than half way to ADCS, Wilkes, and Cunningham info.
- Daniel Hopsicker, "Cunningham Stripped $700 Million from U.S. Defense. 'Dukester's' Epic Boo-Hoo Hiding Massive Pentagon Rip-Off," Mad Cow Productions, November 30, 2005.
- Bradley J. Fikes, "ADCS headquarters up for sale," North County Times, November 30, 2005.
- Joseph Cannon, "Wilkes: The Invisible Empire," Cannonfire, December 2, 2005.
- LieparDustin, "Cunningham, Wilkes, and the Poway Mafia," Daily Kos, December 3, 2005.
- Jason Vest, "Contracting probe could extend to CIA," GovExec.com, December 4, 2005.
- Roxanna Tiron, "Wilkes companies leave little trace in cyberspace," The Hill, December 6, 2005.
- Laura Rozen, "Black Contracts. In this Prospect exclusive, a reporter sheds light on the murky world of CIA contracts and the Duke Cunningham investigation," The American Prospect, December 10, 2005.