3 : Science Applications International Corp.
Expanded Profile
Top 100 Revenue: $1,992,986,000
Defense revenue:
Civilian revenue:
2002 revenue: $5.9 billion for fiscal 2003, ended Jan. 31
2002 earnings : $246 million for fiscal 2003
2001 revenue: $5.8 billion for fiscal 2002, ended Jan. 31, 2002
2001 earnings: $19 million for fiscal 2002
Number of employees: 38,000
Headquarters: San Diego
Web address: www.saic.com
President/CEO: J.R. Beyster, chairman, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Duane Andrews, corporate executive vice president, federal business
Ticker: Privately held
Lines of business: Consulting services, customer relationship management, data mining and data warehousing, distributed enterprise management, enterprise resource planning, eSolutions, financial services, homeland security, imagery, information security, information technology, knowledge management, outsourcing, site operations and management, software development, supply chain management, systems integration and program management, training, and wireless
Major customers: Department of Defense; NASA; Department of Energy; Department of Justice; Navy
Major contracts/projects: Through a long-standing contract with the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center in San Diego, SAIC provides animal training and support service for the U.S. Navy''s Marine Mammal Program. The Navy recently deployed marine mammals to the Persian Gulf to conduct mine hunting and port security missions in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. UPDATE: SAIC has named Kenneth Dahlberg to replace Robert Beyster, who is retiring as CEO. Dahlberg takes over Nov. 3.

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