58 : World Wide Technology Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $175,243,534
Defense revenue: $46,868,217
Civilian revenue: $128,375,318
2004 revenue: $1.4 billion
2004 earnings : $16.8 million
2003 revenue: $1.1 billion
2003 earnings: $13.1 million
Number of employees: 650
Headquarters: St. Louis
Web address: www.wwt.com
President/CEO: James P. Kavanaugh, CEO, Joseph G. Koenig, president
Head of gov't business: Tim Loughman, vice president, operations
Lines of business: Information technology products and solutions, supply chain services and professional services
Major customers: National Institutes of Health, Defense Department and Transporation Security Administration
Major contracts/projects: World Wide Technology is a prime contractor for the National Institutes of Health Electronic Commodities Store III, which allows includes commercial IT products and services.
Previous Profile: 2004

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