85 : Concurrent Technologies Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $155,859,104
Defense revenue: $124,444,507
Civilian revenue: $31,414,596
2006 revenue: $243.8 million
2006 earnings : $5 million
2005 revenue: $230.2 million
2005 earnings: $6.1 million
Number of employees: 1500
Headquarters: Johnstown, Pa.
Web address: www.ctc.com
President/CEO: Daniel R. DeVos, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Edward J. Sheehan Jr., senior vice president and chief financial officer
Lines of business: Advanced materials and manufacturing, command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, force readiness and energy and environmental sustainability
Major customers: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Defense Department, Federal Bureau of Investigation, NASA, Agriculture Department, Commerce Department and all military branches
Major contracts/projects: Concurrent Technologies, along with its partner Advantage Factory, is competing for task orders worth about $75 million from the Naval Inventory Control Point''s Mechanicsburg Support Services division, which is the federal contracting authority for the Pentagon Information Technology Service Center. The center provides technical and engineering services for training/education systems and workforce certification programs for federal agencies and foreign governments. The Army also hired the company for $1.3 million to research, develop, demonstrate and transfer advanced materials and joining technologies to the Army''s Future Combat Systems'' family of vehicles to reduce weight, corrosion and future maintenance costs while also improving vehicle mobility and survivability.

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