57 : Alion Science and Technology Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $162,742,365
Defense revenue: $101,710,593
Civilian revenue: $61,031,772
2005 revenue: $369.2 million
2005 earnings : $35.8 million
2004 revenue: $282 million
2004 earnings: $24.9 million
Number of employees: 2,700
Headquarters: McLean, Va.
Web address: www.alionscience.com
President/CEO: Bahman Atefi, chairman and CEO
Lines of business: Defense operations, modeling and simulation, wireless communication, industrial technology, chemical, biological, nuclear and environmental sciences, information technology and naval architecture and marine engineering
Major customers: Navy, Defense and Homeland Security
Major contracts/projects: Alion Science and Technology could reap $99 million to operate the Advanced Materials, Manufacturing and Testing Information Analysis Center, which provides Defense Department and Defense industrial base contractors with engineering and technological support. The company won the award in January 2006.
Previous Profile: 2005
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