32 : SRA International Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $243,386,000
Defense revenue:
Civilian revenue:
2002 revenue: $361.2 million
2002 earnings : $11.3 million
2001 revenue: $312.5 million
2001 earnings: $7.4 million
Number of employees: 2,500
Headquarters: Fairfax, Va.
Web address: www.sra.com
President/CEO: Ernst Volgenau, president and CEO; William Brehm, chairman
Head of gov't business: Renny DiPentima, senior vice president, consulting and systems integration
Ticker: NYSE: SRX
Lines of business: Defense information systems, command and control, communications and intelligence systems, health systems, and civil government systems
Major customers: Marine Corps; U.S. Transportation Command; Department of Defense, and National Guard Bureau
Major contracts/projects: SRA provides information technology services to the National Guard Bureau. These services support GuardNet XXI, which is a complex telecommunications network delivering data and video services to more than 50,000 users in 54 states and territories. SRA also operates a modern network operations center for the National Guard on a 24x7 basis, and supports the National Guard portion of the Army Defense Message System, which processes classified and unclassified electronic communications.
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