80 : Honeywell International Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $166,590,609
Defense revenue: $(28,165,900)
Civilian revenue: $194,756,509
2006 revenue: $31.4 billion
2006 earnings : $2.1 billion
2005 revenue: $27.7 billion
2005 earnings: $1.6 billion
Number of employees: 100000
Headquarters: Morristown, N.J.
Web address: www.honeywell.com
President/CEO: David M. Cote, chairman and CEO
Ticker: NYSE: HON
Lines of business: Aerospace, automation and control solutions, specialty materials, transportation systems and Honeywell technology
Major customers: General Services Administration and Federal Aviation Administration
Major contracts/projects: Honeywell is a provider on a GSA contract for law enforcement and security products, as well as facility management systems, fire, rescue and other municipal services. The company is also working on a GSA contract worth $28.6 million to upgrade building systems and reduce energy costs at the new Food and Drug Administration headquarters in Silver Spring, Md.
Previous Profile: 2006
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