37 : GTSI Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $411,140,380
Defense revenue: $224,688,054
Civilian revenue: $186,452,326
2006 revenue: $850.2 million
2006 earnings : Loss of $3 million
2005 revenue: $882 million
2005 earnings: Loss of $13.7 million
Number of employees: 700
Headquarters: Chantilly, Va.
Web address: www.gtsi.com
President/CEO: Jim Leto, president and CEO
Lines of business: Enterprise computing, mobility, networking and communications, security, programs and services, financial services, e-procurement services and technology lifecycle management
Major customers: NASA, General Services Administration, Army, Defense Intelligence Agency and Justice Department
Major contracts/projects: The Army hired GTSI to support an Information Technology Enterprise Solutions - 2 Hardware contract, which supports the Army''s enterprise infrastructure and infostructure goals by providing IT equipment and solutions. The IDIQ contract is worth $5 billion. GTSI also is a subcontractor to AT&T Government Solutions on the General Services Administration''s Networx Universal contract, worth $20 billion. The two companies are working together to compete for task orders for telecommunications, networking and related services.
Previous Profile: 2006

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