99 : SRI International
Top 100 Revenue: $119,132,957
Defense revenue: $30,012,115
Civilian revenue: $89,120,842
2006 revenue: $411 million
2006 earnings :
2005 revenue: $282 million
2005 earnings:
Number of employees: 1400
Headquarters: Menlo Park, Calif.
Web address: www.sri.com
President/CEO: Curtis R. Carlson, president and CEO
Lines of business: Communications and networks, computing, economic development and S&T policy, education, energy and environment, engineering systems, drug discovery and development and health sciences, homeland security and national defense and materials and structures
Major customers: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Army, Navy, Air Force, NASA, National Institutes of Health, Defense Department, Energy Department, Education Department and State Department
Major contracts/projects: The Defense Department hired SRI to develop and deliver 90,000 doses of a prophylatic drug to protect soldiers against poisoning by organophosphorus nerve agents. The company was also hired by the National Institute of Neurological Disordes and Stroke to develop medical countermeasures to prevent, diagnose and treat conditions caused by potential and existing chemical agents of terrorism.

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