62 : Parsons Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $221,180,759
Defense revenue: $195,002,048
Civilian revenue: $26,178,711
2006 revenue: $3.3 billion
2006 earnings :
2005 revenue: $3 billion
2005 earnings:
Number of employees: 10000
Headquarters: Pasadena, Calif.
Web address: www.parsons.com
President/CEO: James F. McNulty, chairman and CEO and John A. Scott, president and COO
Lines of business: Water and infrastructure, commercial technology, infrastructure and technology and transportation
Major customers: U.S. Postal Service, Army Corps of Engineers, Federal Aviation Administration, Army, USAID, Energy Department and Transportation Security Administration
Major contracts/projects: Parsons was re-selected earlier this year by the Army Corps of Engineers to provide various services, including program management, subcontractor management and procurement and hazardous, toxic and radioactive waste investigations. The IDIQ contract is worth $200 million. The company was also hired by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command as part of an alliance with DynCorp International and PWC Logistics, to provide contingency and disaster-response services. The work is worth up to $450 million.

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