Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors: 2008
12 : BAE Systems Inc.
Expanded Profile
Top 100 Revenue: $2,019,931,520
Defense revenue: $1,849,635,577
Civilian revenue: $170,295,943
2007 revenue: $28.2 billion
2007 earnings : $1.8 billion
2006 revenue: $24.3 billion
2006 earnings: $3.2 billion
Number of employees: 97,500
Headquarters: Rockville, Md.
Web address:
President/CEO: Mike Turner, CEO
Head of gov't business: Walter P. Havenstein, president and CEO
Ticker: London Exhchange: BA
Lines of business: BAE Systems Australia, CS&S International, electronics and integrated solutions, land and armaments, regional aircraft, submarine solutions, BAE Systems products group, customer solutions, integrated system technologies, military air solutions, shared services and surface fleet solutions
Major customers: Army, Veterans Affairs Department, Defense Department and Air Force
Major contracts/projects: BAE Systems is helping the Air Force develop new software and information management tools to improve the situational awareness of, and mission management for, air commanders. Under the 30-month cooperative research and development agreement, BAE will identify and demonstrate technologies, capabilities, products and processes that allow tactical decision-makers to plan, direct, coordinate and control forces and operations more efficiently.
Previous Profile: 2007
Sources: Sources: Washington Technology, Federal Sources Inc., Houlihan Lokey

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