56 : EDO Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $281,877,172
Defense revenue: $277,757,273
Civilian revenue: $4,119,898
2006 revenue: $715 million
2006 earnings : $11.6 million
2005 revenue: $648 million
2005 earnings: $26.3 million
Number of employees: 4000
Headquarters: New York City
Web address: www.edocorp.com
President/CEO: James M. Smith, chairman, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Jon A. Anderson, senior vice president, Washington operations
Ticker: NYSE: EDO
Lines of business: Professional and engineering services, integrated systems and structures, electronic warfare, command, control, communications and computers, undersea warfare and intelligence and information warfare
Major customers: Navy, Air Force, Defense Department and Marine Corps
Major contracts/projects: EDO is working on upgrades and maintenance on the B-1B bomber defenses under a $16 million Air Force contract. The company is also providing the Defense Department with 1,100 CREW 2.1 systems and associated logistics and support equipment under an $88 million Navy contract. CREW is an electronic warfare system that counters radio-controlled improvised explosive devices. EDO was also awarded a two-year, $11 million contract in March to support the Navy''s unmanned surface vehicle systems for Littoral Combat Ship mine-warfare missions.
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