78 : Research Triangle Institute
Top 100 Revenue: $171,169,771
Defense revenue: $16,229,793
Civilian revenue: $154,939,979
2006 revenue: $546.3 million
2006 earnings : $19.8 million
2005 revenue: $467.7 million
2005 earnings: $15.3 million
Number of employees: 2600
Headquarters: Research Triangle Park, N.C.
Web address: www.rti.org
President/CEO: Victoria F. Haynes, president and CEO
Lines of business: Chemical testing and analysis, technology commercialization support, decision support, databases and software, training systems and materials, laboratory certification and proficiency testing, drug design and synthesis, drug development services and microfabrication services
Major customers: Health and Human Services Department, U.S. Agency for International Development, Defense Department, Education Department and Environmental Protection Agency
Major contracts/projects: The U.S. Agency for International Development hired RTI International to implement a collaborative program designed to treat more than 40 million people in developing nations impacted by tropical diseases. The $100 million requires the firm to lead a team that includes Sabin Vaccine Institute and Liverpool Associates in Tropical Health.

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