38 : Motorola Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $409,856,412
Defense revenue: $177,372,862
Civilian revenue: $232,483,550
2006 revenue: $42.9 billion
2006 earnings : $3.7 billion
2005 revenue: $35.3 billion
2005 earnings: $4.6 billion
Number of employees: 66000
Headquarters: SCHAUMBURG, Ill.
Web address: www.motorola.com
President/CEO: Edward J. Zander, chairman and CEO and Gregory Q. Brown, president and COO
Head of gov't business: Jim Mears, general manager
Ticker: NYSE: MOT
Lines of business: Connected home solutions, mobile devices and networks and enterprise
Major customers: Army, Defense Department and Homeland Security Department
Major contracts/projects: Motorola is providing land mobile radio products and services through a 10-year contract with the Army''s communications and electronics command at Fort Monmouth, N.J. The contract was won in late 2001. The company also joined forces in 2003 with the Alaska Land Mobile Radio Executive Council to develop a statewide shared public safety communications system. The company says it was the first digital trunking system to combine state, federal and local resources into a single, shared standards-based infrastructure for public safety first responders and each participating agency''s day to day operations.
Previous Profile: 2006

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