94 : Westar Aerospace and Defense Group Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $72,424,318
Defense revenue: $72,424,318
Civilian revenue:
2005 revenue: $186 million
2005 earnings :
2004 revenue: $155 million
2004 earnings:
Number of employees: 1,000
Headquarters: St. Louis
Web address: www.westar.com
President/CEO: Robert Topping, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Jim Williford, executive vice president, National Capital region
Ticker: London Exchange: QQ
Lines of business: Global and theatre defense architecture, defense systems interoperability, weapon systems engineering, integration and test, sense and respond logistics, programming systems and IT support and homeland security technology
Major customers: Defense, Army and Marine Corps
Major contracts/projects: The Army Aviation and Missile Command hired Westar to provide engineering, statistical analysis and database architecture design services for implementation of Condition Based Maintenance. The $30 million contract was awarded in October 2005.
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