Company Timeline

2012 - AIS named to the Inc. 500/5000 Fastest Growing Companies List for the second year in a row.



2011 - AIS awarded $280 million ID/IQ for Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (DHS, ICE); AIS wins $40 million ID/IQ for the Federal Bureau of Investigation; and AIS awarded renewal contract for the Department of Defense OUSD (P) Mission IT Support Services Contract, for the 26th consecutive year.

AIS hires 300th employee.



2010 - AIS named a 50 Fastest Growing Company by the Washington Business Journal.

2009 - AIS Awarded Alliant Small Business Governmentwide Acquisition Contract.

2008 - Washington Business Journal names AIS one of the "50 Best Places to Work."

AIS hires 200th employee.

2007 - AIS celebrates 25 successful years in business; creates corporate headquarters in Reston, Virginia and opens regional office in Houston, Texas to support growing Oil & Gas consulting practice.

2006 - Microsoft hires AIS to develop DoD 5015.2 records management certification for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.

2005 - Fred Elleman and Tom O'Connell become primary owners of AIS.

AIS hires 150th employee.

2001 - AIS creates one of the first .NET based e-commerce applications 6 months before commercial release.

1998 - AIS selected to join elite Microsoft Partner Advisory Board.

AIS hires 100th employee.

1996 - AIS wins Microsoft Partner of the Year award, expands partnership to multiple districts in both commercial and government markets.

1995 - AIS begins investing in Microsoft technologies expertise and partnership program.

1994 - AIS continues to grow a Central Region operations with 6 additional state contracts won.

1993 - AIS opens Austin, Texas regional office to support Texas Department of Health and Human Services Accounts Receivable Tracking System (ARTS) contract.

1992 - UniAccess worldwide availability and adoption, generating $30 million in revenue.

1987 - Development of UniAccess product begins.

AIS hires 50th employee.

1985 - AIS wins competitive Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy contract, which is still maintained today and has generated over $100 million in revenue.

1982 - Applied Information Sciences was founded by Fred Elleman and David Mucka.