27 : Unisys Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $785,324,361
Defense revenue: $230,895,563
Civilian revenue: $554,428,798
2006 revenue: $5.8 billion
2006 earnings : Loss of $278.7 million
2005 revenue: $5.8 billion
2005 earnings: $1.7 billion
Number of employees: 10000
Headquarters: Blue Bell, Pa.
Web address: www.unisys.com
President/CEO: Joseph W. McGrath, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Greg Baroni, president, Unisys Federal Systems
Ticker: NYSE: UIS
Lines of business: Consulting, systems integration, outsourcing, infrastructure and server technology
Major customers: NASA, Defense Department, Centers for Disease Control, Homeland Security and Federal Bureau of Investigation
Major contracts/projects: NASA hired Unisys on three government-wide IT acquisition contracts under the Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement, which allows federal agencies to procure computer system technologies, services and solutions, high-end scientific and engineering capabilities, peripherals and network equipment. Each of the contract awards are worth $5.6 billion. Unisys was also hired by the Defense Department to configure commercial off-the-shelf software for the military health system''s enterprise-wide medical treatment facility''s billing and accounts receivable operations. The value of the contract is $42 million.
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