Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors: 2008
37 : General Electric Co.
Top 100 Revenue: $579,095,854
Defense revenue: $555,876,496
Civilian revenue: $23,219,358
2007 revenue: $172.7 billion
2007 earnings : $22.2 billion
2006 revenue: $151.8 billion
2006 earnings: $20.7 billion
Number of employees: 300,000
Headquarters: Fairfield, Conn.
Web address: www.ge.com
President/CEO: Jeffrey R. Immelt, chairman and CEO
Ticker: NYSE: GE
Lines of business: Commercial finance, health care, industrial, infrastructure, money and NBC Universal
Major customers: Homeland Security Department, Air Force and Army
Major contracts/projects: GE Security was hired by the Transportation Security Administration to provide explosives detection systems for screening of air passenger''s checked bags at airports.
Previous Profile: 2007
Sources: Sources: Washington Technology, Federal Sources Inc., Houlihan Lokey

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