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Anteon President and CEO, Mr. Joseph M. Kampf, Interviewed By SecurityStockWatch.com

RYE BROOK, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 7, 2004--An exclusive interview with Mr. Joseph M. Kampf, President and CEO of Anteon International Corporation (NYSE:ANT - News) is available at www.SecurityStockWatch.com.

In describing recent developments and progress at Anteon, Mr. Kampf, said, "The Company expects dramatic growth in the use of credential cards based on secure identification technology. We also expect increased use of biometrics and PKI as major security features of these technologies. We perceive the demand to be pervasive throughout the government communities... and we expect to be a leader in these secure identification technology solutions."

"We have delivered 1,000 optical drives and biometric verification systems for the U.S. Visitor and Immigration Status Indication Technology (U.S. VISIT) Program Office. These systems will enable the Department of Homeland Security to read the encoded data on any of the more than 20 million Permanent Resident and Border Crossing Cards issued by the U.S. government."

"The company expects full year 2004 earnings per share to meet or exceed one dollar and fifty cents, reflecting an EPS growth rate of at least 28 percent over 2003 pro forma earnings per share of one dollar and seventeen cents."

The entire 2100 word interview is available at www.SecurityStockWatch.com/inBoardroom.

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