17 : Dell Inc.
Expanded Profile
Top 100 Revenue: $1,360,118,226
Defense revenue: $938,808,438
Civilian revenue: $421,309,788
2006 revenue: $55.9 billion
2006 earnings : $3.6 billion
2005 revenue: $49.2 billion
2005 earnings: $3 billion
Number of employees: 78700
Headquarters: Round Rock, Texas
Web address: www.dell.com
President/CEO: Michael S. Dell, chairman and CEO
Ticker: Nasdaq: DELL
Lines of business: Servers, storage, printing and imaging systems, workstations, notebook computers, desktop computers, networking products, electronics and accessories products, managed products, professional services, deployment services, support services and training and certification services
Major customers: Transportation Department, Navy, Army, Justice Department
Major contracts/projects: Among significant recent awards for Dell are two Army contracts that could be worth $5 billion apiece over three years. One covers desktop and notebook computers under the Army''s ITES-2H IT program, and the other is for servers, storage and services.
Previous Profile: 2006
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