53 : CGI-AMS Inc. **
Top 100 Revenue: $178,494,629
Defense revenue: $72,044,699
Civilian revenue: $106,449,930
2005 revenue: $1.2 billion
2005 earnings :
2004 revenue: $797.4 million
2004 earnings:
Number of employees: 25,000
Headquarters: Fairfax, Va.
Web address: www.cgi.com/cgi-ams
President/CEO: Michael E. Roach, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Donna Morea, president, CGI-AMS and Edward Nadworny, president, CGI Federal
Ticker: NYSE: GIB
Lines of business: Technology management, applications management, systems integration and consulting and business process services
Major customers: Health and Human Services Department, Justice Department and State Department
Major contracts/projects: CGI-AMS is one of 12 companies providing information technology support services to the Justice Department under a contract potentially worth $980 million over seven years.
Previous Profile: 2005

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