27 : GTSI Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $490,370,300
Defense revenue: $326,492,772
Civilian revenue: $163,877,528
2005 revenue: $886.3 million
2005 earnings : $16 million
2004 revenue: $1.1 billion
2004 earnings: $10.3 million
Number of employees: 732
Headquarters: Chantilly, Va.
Web address: www.gtsi.com
President/CEO: James Leto, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: same as president and CEO
Lines of business: Computers, printers, software, networking, peripherals, storage and accessories
Major customers: Army, Interior Department, National Weather Service and Agriculture Department
Major contracts/projects: GTSI won two blanket purchase agreements with the Agriculture Department to provide rugged convertible tablet PCs for field, state, regional and headquarter offices and wireless infrastructure technology and ancillary services for Agriculture Department offices worldwide. Each deal was awarded for one year and four option years and is valued at $25 million.
Previous Profile: 2005

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