86 : Multimax Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $81,069,258
Defense revenue: $73,339,930
Civilian revenue: $7,729,329
2005 revenue: $85 million
2005 earnings :
2004 revenue: $58 million
2004 earnings:
Number of employees: 300
Headquarters: Largo, Md.
Web address: www.multimax.com
President/CEO: Winston Chan, chairman and CEO and Carleton S. Jones, president and COO
Head of gov't business: Carleton S. Jones, president and COO
Lines of business: Enterprise solutions, LAN/WAN/MAN systems, software engineering, IT solutions, high performance infrastructure integration, managed IT services, national security systems and space systems
Major customers: Air Force, Army, Navy, Commerce and Energy
Major contracts/projects: Multimax received two orders under the Air Force Network-Centric Solutions contract in December 2005. The company will be expanding its IT services to Air Force operations in Kyrgyzstan and Alabama. The overall $9 billion contract, called NETCENTS, provides Air Force, Defense Department and other federal agencies with IT, networking, telephony and security services, solutions and products.
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