28 : Mitre Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $266,743,000
Defense revenue:
Civilian revenue:
2002 revenue: Not-for-profit
2002 earnings : Not-for-profit
2001 revenue: Not-for-profit
2001 earnings: Not-for-profit
Number of employees: 5,300
Headquarters: McLean, Va.
Web address: www.mitre.org
President/CEO: Martin Faga, president and CEO; James Schlesinger, chairman
Head of gov't business: Same as CEO
Ticker: Privately held
Lines of business: Systems engineering and integration , systems research and development and strategic, technical and program management advice.
Major customers: Department of Defense, Federal Aviation Administration and the Internal Revenue Service
Major contracts/projects: Mitre''s Technology Transfer Office signed a cooperative research and development agreement with Veridian for the VRoom technology, one of the first desktop room-based multimodal interface systems utilizing 3-D graphics. Veridian will use VRoom with their air defense simulation product, and will offer support to government agencies that want to use VRoom for their systems. VRoom creates a flexible 3-D virtual room to run multiple applications and interact with them by placing the applications on the walls of the room.
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