60 : Perot Systems Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $257,744,263
Defense revenue: $66,257,795
Civilian revenue: $191,486,467
2006 revenue: $2.3 billion
2006 earnings : $81 million
2005 revenue: $2 billion
2005 earnings: $111 million
Number of employees: 21000
Headquarters: Plano, Texas
Web address: www.perot.com
President/CEO: Peter Altabef, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Jim Ballard, head of government services group
Ticker: NYSE: PER
Lines of business: Consulting solutions, business process solutions, applications solutions and infrastructure solutions
Major customers: Air Force, Navy, Homeland Security Department, NASA, Agriculture Department, Commerce Department, Energy Department, General Services Administration and U.S. Mint
Major contracts/projects: Perot Systems is one of eight prime contractors selected by Veterans Affairs to help it maintain and sustain VistA, the agency''s clinical and administrative system used by more than 157 VA health care facilities and 887 ambulatory care and community-based outpatient clinics. The work is being conducted under a blanket purchase agreement worth more than $1 billion. The company was also hired in 2006 by the General Services Administration to provide system maintenance, user and enhancement support for the Computer-Aided Drawing Library project. The contract is worth $7 million.
Previous Profile: 2006

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