4300 Fair Lakes Court
Fairfax, VA 22033
CEO: Dr. William Ballhaus
SRA is a leading provider of technology
and strategic consulting services and solutions - including systems
design, development and integration; and outsourcing and managed
services - to clients in national security, civil
government, and health care and public health.
The company's business solutions include
business intelligence (text and data mining), contingency
and disaster response planning, information assurance, environmental
strategies, enterprise architecture, infrastructure management,
and wireless integration.
SRA has over 7,000 employees that serve over 300 U.S. government clients on over 900 active engagements from SRA headquarters in Fairfax, VA, and offices across the country.
The company had fiscal 2010 revenue of $1.66 billion and net income of $18.4 million.
SRA was acquired in July by Providence Equity Partners for $1.88 billion. The company is no longer publicly traded.
The company was founded in 1978.
SRA has completed eight significant
- In January 2002, SRA acquired The Marasco Newton Group, Ltd.,
a provider of information technology, environmental policy, and
management solutions primarily to the Environmental Protection
- In January 2003, SRA acquired Adroit Systems, Inc. for its
expertise in the areas of command and control, communications,
computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR).
- In January 2004, SRA purchased ORION Scientific Systems, a
privately-held company focused on counterterrorism and counterintelligence.
- In April 2005, the company acquired Touchstone Consulting Group,
Inc., a privately-held management consultancy with an established
track record of serving senior executives in the federal government.
- In July 2005, SRA purchased Galaxy Scientific Corporation,
a provider of systems engineering, information technology, and
tactical communications services and solutions to the federal
- In November 2005, SRA acquired Spectrum Solutions Group, Inc.,
a provider of enterprise solutions to clients throughout the
- In October 2006, SRA announced the completion of the acquisition
of RABA Technologies, LLC, a privately-held provider of high-end
technical services to the national security and intelligence
- On August 9, 2007, SRA announced the completion of the acquisition
of Constella Goup, LLC, a privately-held provider of global health
Along with competitive salaries, we offer
a comprehensive benefits package that includes paid time off,
tuition reimbursement for education and training, medical, dental
and vision insurance, a 401(k) deferred savings plan with SRA
contributions, employee stock purchase program and incentive
and bonus programs. We also offer free parking, a $75 public
transportation allowance for those who qualify, and company-sponsored
events and sports.
Employees accrue personal leave per year when they start.
Personal leave is utilized for vacation, personal holidays and
for family or personal illness. Unused leave is cumulative.
Tuition Assistance program:
We pay for job-related college courses, with reimbursement
based on grades. Employees earning an A get 100% reimbursement;
B's earn 80%. We will not reimburse employees for a C at the
graduate level, but will pay 60% of the tuition for undergraduates.
SRA also covers books and academic fees. Reimbursable will
not exceed $6,250 for any fiscal year.
Health, Dental and Vision Insurance:
We provide health care and dental insurance to employees
through a Preferred Provider Network. The PPO lets you choose
from a wide range of doctors, with small co-payments and no forms
to submit. Preventive care includes annual physicals and well-baby
check-ups. A prescription card allows you to purchase generic
prescription drugs or order long-term prescriptions through the
mail. Additionally, SRA offers a vision PPO with low co-pays
for routine vision exams and lenses. SRA also offers an
employee assistance program and administers a flexible spending
account that pays for uninsured health expenses with pre-tax
SRA offers free disability and life insurance, as well as
business travel accident insurance.
SRA encourages employees to contribute a tax-deferred portion
of their incomes to a 401(k) plan including mutual funds managed
by Fidelity Investments. SRA pays all administrative costs. Company
contributions to an employee's 401(k) account are subject to
a three-year graded vesting schedule.
This is the place to be. SRA has many opportunities for our new
employees to get involved in activities outside the office: sports
teams, community service, parties, and much more. We support
the United Way, the Darrell Green Youth Life Foundation, students
at Brookfield and Key Elementary Schools, Greater D.C. Cares,
the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation National Race for
the Cure, and Suited for Change, among many other causes. SRA's Chairman,
Ernst Volgenau, notes that "being among the world's best
companies also means making contributions to society through
good work for customers, fulfilling careers for employees, and
contributions to the community."
Updated September 26, 2011