50 : Stanley Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $317,000,000
Defense revenue: $219,735,344
Civilian revenue: $97,264,656
2006 revenue: $284.8 million
2006 earnings : $8.3 million
2005 revenue: $282.5 million
2005 earnings: $11.2 million
Number of employees: 2300
Headquarters: Arlington, Va.
Web address: www.stanleyassociates.com
President/CEO: Phil Nolan, chairman, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: George Wilson, executive vice president
Ticker: NYSE: SXE
Lines of business: Systems engineering, enterprise integration, operational logistics, business process outsourcing and advanced engineering and technology
Major customers: Defense Department, Commerce Department, Energy Department, Health and Human Services Department and Homeland Security Department
Major contracts/projects: Stanley Inc., won an IDIQ contract worth $21 million to provide systems engineering and hardware and software support to the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center''s Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence programs.
Previous Profile: 2006
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