90 : Qwest Communications International Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $56,690,000
Defense revenue:
Civilian revenue:
2002 revenue: $15.5 billion
2002 earnings : $35.9 billion
2001 revenue: $16.7 billion
2001 earnings: $4.8 billion
Number of employees: 50,000
Headquarters: Denver
Web address: www.qwest.com
President/CEO: Richard C. Notebaert, chairman and CEO
Head of gov't business: James F.X. Payne, senior vice president, Qwest Government Services Division
Ticker: NYSE: Q
Lines of business: Voice and data communications
Major customers: Energy, NASA, Postal Service, GSA, Defense Department, Treasury
Major contracts/projects: Qwest supports several major federal government networks, including scientific research and development networks demanding extreme high bandwidth and performance capabilities, such as the Department of Energy''s ESnet and the National Science Foundation''s TeraGrid. Qwest also provides hosting services for major government Web sites, including the Treasury Department''s www.treas.gov and www.irs.gov. EDITOR''S NOTE: Qwest was added to the Top 100 after a reexamination of the procurement data. See story at http://www.washingtontechnology.com/news/18_8/datastream/21203-1.html
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