80 : VSE Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $106,650,425
Defense revenue: $86,808,485
Civilian revenue: $19,841,940
2004 revenue: $216 million
2004 earnings : $3.4 million
2003 revenue: $133 million
2003 earnings: $2 million
Number of employees: 625
Headquarters: Alexandria, Va.
Web address: www.vsecorp.com
President/CEO: Don Ervine, chairman and CEO
Head of gov't business: Thomas G. Dacus, director, federal group
Ticker: NASDAQ:VSEC
Lines of business: Engineering, integrated logistics support, multimedia, technical/industrial services, management services, information technology, ship reactivation, A-76 study, energy/environmental services, security, human resources services and international and foreig
Major customers: Air Force, Army, Coast Guard and Marine Corps
Major contracts/projects: VSE is providing radios and ancillary devices to the government of Croatia under the U.S. government''s Foreign Military Sales Program.
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