15 : Titan Corp.
Expanded Profile
Top 100 Revenue: $514,175,000
Defense revenue:
Civilian revenue:
2002 revenue: $1.4 billion
2002 earnings : loss of $271 million
2001 revenue: $974.5 million
2001 earnings: loss of $99 million
Number of employees: 10,000
Headquarters: San Diego
Web address: www.titan.com
President/CEO: Gene Ray, chairman and CEO
Head of gov't business: Same as CEO
Ticker: NYSE: TTN
Lines of business: Homeland security and war on terrorism, C4ISR, transformational programs, and enterprise information technology
Major customers: Defense Department, National Reconnaissance Office, Office of Naval Research, and U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Major contracts/projects: Under Titan''s contract with the U.S. Special Operations Command, the company is supporting and delivering strategic improvements for worldwide special operations information technology requirements. Effective, timely IT successfully supported special operations in the Iraq war, from the garrisons at home to the battlefield. UPDATE: Titan has agreed to be acquired by Lockheed Martin Corp.

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