87 : InDyne Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $80,926,037
Defense revenue: $63,494,378
Civilian revenue: $17,431,659
2005 revenue: $162 million
2005 earnings :
2004 revenue:
2004 earnings:
Number of employees: 1,900
Headquarters: McLean, Va.
Web address: www.idinc.com
President/CEO: C. Donald Bishop, president
Head of gov't business: Same as president and CEO
Lines of business: Information technology, science and engineering and technical and administrative services
Major customers: Air Force, NASA, Veterans Affairs and Commerce
Major contracts/projects: Adding to its portfolio of work for NASA, InDyne won a $200 million contract from the agency to provide integrated IT, systems engineering and operations, IT-related management support services to all agency mission directorates and support offices at NASA headquarters in Washington. The five-year deal, which is officially called Headquarters Information Technology Support Services, was announced March 2006. The company holds several contracts with NASA.
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