37 : Mitre Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $301,532,591
Defense revenue: $297,274,917
Civilian revenue: $4,257,674
2004 revenue: $870.7 million
2004 earnings :
2003 revenue: $784.6 million
2003 earnings:
Number of employees: 5,700
Headquarters: McLean, Va.
Web address: www.mitre.org
President/CEO: Martin C. Faga, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Martin C. Faga, president and CEO
Lines of business: Systems engineering, acquisition and systems analysis, communications and networking, information technology, sensors and independent research and development
Major customers: Defense Department, Federal Aviation Administration and Internal Revenue Service
Major contracts/projects: Mitre is developing, instituting and using metrics to measure the instantaneous, daily and seasonal performance of the National Airspace System for the Federal Aviation Administration.
Previous Profile: 2004
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