70 : Telos Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $130,731,329
Defense revenue: $107,364,183
Civilian revenue: $23,367,146
2004 revenue: $116.7 million
2004 earnings : $3 million loss
2003 revenue: $88.4 million
2003 earnings: $8.7 million loss
Number of employees: 440
Headquarters: Ashburn, Va.
Web address: www.telos.com
President/CEO: John B. Wood, president, CEO, chairman of the board and director
Head of gov't business: Mike McDuffie, chief marketing officer
Ticker: OTCBB: TLSRP
Lines of business: Secure enterprise solutions and IT solutions group
Major customers: Homeland Security Department, Internal Revenue Service and Agriculture Department
Major contracts/projects: Telos is providing network-centric information technologies, networking equipment and services, as well as voice, video and data communications hardware and software on the Netcents contract.
Previous Profile: 2004
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