61 : EMC Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $153,428,621
Defense revenue: $123,196,481
Civilian revenue: $30,232,140
2005 revenue: $9.7 billion
2005 earnings : $1.1 billion
2004 revenue: $8.2 billion
2004 earnings: $871 million
Number of employees: 26,500
Headquarters: Hopkinton, Mass.
Web address: www.emc.com
President/CEO: Joseph M. Tucci, chairman, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Steve Alfieris, vice president, EMC Federal
Ticker: NYSE: EMC
Lines of business: Storage platforms and technologies, storage management and content management solutions, planning, implementation, integration and management and support services, and industry and business application solutions
Major customers: Marine Corps, Navy, Army, Air Force, State Department, Justice Department, Postal Service and Transportation Department
Major contracts/projects: EMC was chosen by the U.S. Postal Service to upgrade disaster recovery and data storage systems under a $30 million contract awarded September 2005.
Previous Profile: 2005
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