7 : General Dynamics Corp.
Expanded Profile
Top 100 Revenue: $4,008,822,694
Defense revenue: $3,574,660,708
Civilian revenue: $434,161,986
2006 revenue: $24.1 billion
2006 earnings : $1.7 billion
2005 revenue: $21 billion
2005 earnings: $1.5 billion
Number of employees: 81,100
Headquarters: Falls Church, Va.
Web address: www.gd.com
President/CEO: Nicholas D. Chabraja, chairman and CEO
Head of gov't business: Jerry DeMuro, executive vice president of GD Information Systems and Technology Group
Ticker: NYSE: GD
Lines of business: Aerospace, combat systems, information systems and technology, marine systems, Freeman Energy and Material Service
Major customers: Air Force, Homeland Security Department and Army
Major contracts/projects: GD won the Justice Department''s 15-year contract for the Integrated Wireless Network. The value could amount to several billion dollars. With IWN, Justice wants interoperable wireless communications services, consolidating voice, data and multimedia communications for 80,000 federal agents and state and local law enforcement officers engaged in disaster response, protective services and homeland defense.
Previous Profile: 2006
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