61 : Serco Services Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $235,137,668
Defense revenue: $228,255,590
Civilian revenue: $6,882,078
2006 revenue: $541 million
2006 earnings :
2005 revenue: $462 million
2005 earnings:
Number of employees: 6500
Headquarters: Vienna, Va.
Web address: www.serco.com
President/CEO: Ed Casey, chairman and CEO, Serco North America
Ticker: London Exchange: SECCF
Lines of business: Economic cost analysis, global logistics, human capital management, C4I systems engineering and installation, homeland and port security systems, air traffic control, facilities and fleet management, service process consulting, IT-enabled service solutions, military personnel support, municipal services, transit systems design and management, enterprise outsourcing, homeland security, training and professional services consulting
Major customers: Army, Navy, U.S. Postal Services and Federal Aviation Administration
Major contracts/projects: Serco was chosen by the Army Sustainment Command to provide worldwide cost analysis, logistics planning and supply chain consulting services for the Army''s Logistics Civil Augmentation Program IV. The single award contract has a potential value of $225 million. The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center also selected Serco to provide engineering and technical services for integrated surveillance and intelligence systems that protect ships and infrastructure at Navy ports. The contract, awarded in March 2007, is worth $63.9 million. Serco''s work for the Navy also includes a $56 million contract to provide systems development, systems and software engineering, test, evaluation and system integration, fleet engineering support, logistics, training and technical publications to the SSC San Diego''s Submarine Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence engineering support division. Another large award was a ten-year contract valued at $260 million to provide engineering, technical, quality assurance, management and IT services to the U.S. Postal Service Engineering organization.
Previous Profile: 2006

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