43 : Engineered Support Systems Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $245,736,326
Defense revenue: $233,749,541
Civilian revenue: $11,986,785
2004 revenue: $883.6 million
2004 earnings : $75.9 million
2003 revenue: $572.7 million
2003 earnings: $43.4 million
Number of employees: 3,400
Headquarters: St. Louis
Web address: www.engineeredsupport.com
President/CEO: Gerald A. Potthoff, vice chairman, CEO and president
Head of gov't business: Larry K. Brewer, president, Washington operations
Ticker: NYSE: EASI
Lines of business: ESSI has several subsidiaries: Engineered Air Systems Inc., Engineered Environments Inc., ESSIbuy.com, Engineered Electric/Fermont, Keco Industries, Engineered Coil, Pivotal Power Inc., Prospective Computer Analysts Inc., Radian Inc., Spacelink International LLC, Systems & Electronics
Major customers: Army, Navy and Marine Corps
Major contracts/projects: Engineered Support Systems is building a scaleable, integrated, open standards command and control IT infrastructure for the Multi-National Forces in Iraq.
Previous Profile: 2004
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