41 : Hewlett-Packard Co.
Top 100 Revenue: $367,727,866
Defense revenue: $181,514,236
Civilian revenue: $186,213,630
2006 revenue: $91.7 billion
2006 earnings : $6.2 billion
2005 revenue: $86.7 billion
2005 earnings: $2.4 billion
Number of employees: 156000
Headquarters: Palo Alto, Calif.
Web address: www.hp.com
President/CEO: Mark Hurd, chairman, CEO and president
Head of gov't business: Tom Hempfield, vice president, federal sales, Technology Solutions Group
Ticker: NYSE: HPQ
Lines of business: Personal systems group, imaging and printing group, enterprise storage and servers, HP services, software and financial services
Major customers: Defense Information Systems Agency, Army, Navy/Marines, Air Force, Defense Logistics Agency, Missile Defense Agency and Military Health Affairs, Veterans Affairs, Treasury Department, U.S. Postal Service and NASA
Major contracts/projects: HP was awarded two Defense Information Systems Agency contracts for a computing infrastructure in 17 locations. The two IDIQ contracts have a ceiling of $440 million and represent the largest utility computing contracts ever won by HP. Another large HP customer is the U.S. Postal Service, which recently renewed its contract with HP for various products and services, including servers, desktops, notebooks, printers and integration and warranty support services. The IDIQ contract dates back to 1994 and has yielded more than $1.8 billion worth of products and services.
Previous Profile: 2006
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