49 : RS Information Systems Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $327,677,852
Defense revenue: $95,452,628
Civilian revenue: $232,225,224
2006 revenue: $327.7 million
2006 earnings :
2005 revenue: $363 million
2005 earnings:
Number of employees: 1800
Headquarters: McLean, Va.
Web address: www.rsis.com
President/CEO: Rodney P. Hunt, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Ron Trowbridge, executive vice president
Lines of business: Software engineering and applications development, telecommunications, network engineering and management, information assurance and security planning, evaluation and testing, help desk and end-user technical support, systems engineering and technical assistance and science and engineering support services
Major customers: Justice Department, Labor Department, State Department, Transportation Department and Defense Department
Major contracts/projects: RSIS is part of a team that''s working on a $1 billion, 7-year Energy Department contract to support a range of information technology areas that include enterprise architecture, cyber-security, telecommunications, network infrastructure, systems design and engineering, help desk support, software applications and Web design. The contract will produce about $400 million in revenue for RSIS. The company is also working on a $111 million Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency contract that was won in mid 2006. RSIS is providing high-end information technology services and infrastructure systems for DARPA until 2011.
Previous Profile: 2006
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