77 : Milcom Systems Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $108,486,734
Defense revenue: $108,257,972
Civilian revenue: $228,762
2005 revenue: $117 million
2005 earnings : $2.2 million
2004 revenue: $104 million
2004 earnings: $1.3 million
Number of employees: 700
Headquarters: Virginia Beach, Va.
Web address: www.milcomsystems.com
President/CEO: Richard D. Fleming, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Vacant
Lines of business: Program and project management, systems design, integration and installation, hardware and software design and development, database design and development, LAN/WAN design and installation, system test and evaluation, system administration, operation, training, repair and maintenance, configuration management, integrated logistics/supply support and system/architecture documentation
Major customers: Defense, Health and Human Services and Navy
Major contracts/projects: Milcom is providing Navy ships with surface ship and shore communications, intelligence, cryptologic and electronic warfare systems and installation and technical support services. The contract began in 2001 and was valued at more than $456 million. The company recently won follow-on work on the contract, valued at $577 million.
Previous Profile: 2005

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