9 : Electronic Data Systems Corp.
Expanded Profile
Top 100 Revenue: $660,325,000
Defense revenue:
Civilian revenue:
2002 revenue: $21.5 billion
2002 earnings : $1.12 billion
2001 revenue: $21.1 billion
2001 earnings: $1.36 billion
Number of employees: 137,000
Headquarters: Plano, Texas
Web address: www.eds.com
President/CEO: Michael Jordan, chairman and CEO; Jeff Heller, president and COO
Head of gov't business: Al Edmonds, president, EDS U.S. Government Solutions
Ticker: NYSE: EDS
Lines of business: Operations solutions, solutions consulting and systems integration
Major customers: Department of Defense, Navy
Major contracts/projects: The Command Communications Survivability Program contract to upgrade the Pentagon''s information technology infrastructure allows EDS to continue playing a major role in ensuring the military has a seamless and secure means of communicating. Spurred by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the Department of Defense launched an intensive effort to ensure the survivability of the Pentagon''s voice and data network communications and mainframe processing capability.
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