96 : Viasat Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $75,429,315
Defense revenue: $74,525,969
Civilian revenue: $903,345
2004 revenue: $278.6 million
2004 earnings : $13.2 million
2003 revenue: $185 million
2003 earnings: $9.6 million loss
Number of employees: 950
Headquarters: San Diego
Web address: www.viasat.com
President/CEO: Mark D. Dankberg, chairman and CEO, Richard A. Baldridge, president and COO
Head of gov't business: James P. Collins, vice president, business development, government systems
Ticker: NASDAQ: VSAT
Lines of business: Broadband systems, tactical networks, mobile satcom systems, Comsat laboratories, government systems, U.S. Monolithics, VSAT networks, network systems, business systems and satellite ground systems
Major customers: Navy, Air Force and Defense Information Systems Agency
Major contracts/projects: ViaSat is examining the feasibility of migrating certain tracking antennas to higher frequency bands for the Air Force.
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