97 : Dimensions International Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $126,415,337
Defense revenue: $109,960,400
Civilian revenue: $16,454,937
2006 revenue: $186.6 million
2006 earnings : $9.9 million
2005 revenue: $151.6 million
2005 earnings: $14.5 million
Number of employees: 1000
Headquarters: Alexandria, Va.
Web address: www.dimen-intl.com
President/CEO: Russell T. Wright, chairman and CEO and Johnnie E. Wilson, president and COO
Lines of business: Airspace products, airspace systems, information technology, integrated logistics support, program management support, systems engineering and integration and test and evaluation
Major customers: Army, Navy, Defense Department, U.S. Agency for International Development and Federal Aviation Administration
Major contracts/projects: Dimensions International is one of two companies that provide global property management services to the military. The company''s work includes property accountability and asset visibility for all theater-provided equipment in Iraq, Afghanistan and Kuwait and all left-behind equipment at various Army bases. The company is also performing various maintenance and logistics support services to the Army''s tank automotive command. DI''s work on the IDIQ contract includes total package fielding of heavy, medium and light tactical vehicles, field maintenance and operation assistance, new and sustainment equipment training and logistics/maintenance assistance.

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