52 : Stanley Associates Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $136,835,000
Defense revenue: $87,608,000
Civilian revenue: $49,227,000
2003 revenue: $143 million
2003 earnings : Private
2002 revenue: $107.5 million
2002 earnings: Private
Number of employees: 1,500
Headquarters: Alexandria, Va.
Web address: www.stanleyassociates.com
President/CEO: Phil Nolan, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Paul Chase, vice president, Navy and international programs, Ralph Sebacher, vice president, Army programs and Jim Brabston, vice president, defense systems
Lines of business: Business applications, outsourcing services, advisory and logistics services, Navy and international programs, Army programs and defense systems
Major customers: Army, Coast Guard, DISA, Department of Commerce, Department of Energy, Department of Health and Human Services, Department of State, Joint Stike Fighter, Marine Corps, Navy
Major contracts/projects: Support and maintenance of the Army AWRDS and ABS equipment tracking program; Army Reserve storage and maintenance system; State Department passport domestic support; IT support at the Energy Department''s Office of Science; Joint Strike Fighter program of
Previous Profile: 2003
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