66 : PEC Solutions Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $142,147,037
Defense revenue: $5,424,725
Civilian revenue: $136,722,312
2004 revenue: $202.7 million
2004 earnings : $16.4 million
2003 revenue: $172 million
2003 earnings: $17.2 million
Number of employees: 1,931
Headquarters: Fairfax, Va.
Web address: www.pec.com
President/CEO: David C. Karlgaard, CEO and chairman
Head of gov't business: David C. Karlgaard, CEO and chairman
Lines of business: Technology management, enterprise systems, infrastructure implementation and support, financial management services, health information services, systems engineering and systems development, engineer, operate and maintain Defense mission assets and authentication and encryption security technologies
Major customers: U.S. Postal Service, Defense Department and Justice Department
Major contracts/projects: PEC supports Naval ships and weapons acquisition programs and logistics support for the Navy''s foreign military sales.
Previous Profile: 2004

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