Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors: 2008
39 : Hewlett-Packard Co.
Top 100 Revenue: $497,254,425
Defense revenue: $251,398,818
Civilian revenue: $245,855,607
2007 revenue: $104.3 billion
2007 earnings : $7.3 billion
2006 revenue: $91.7 billion
2006 earnings: $6.2 billion
Number of employees: 172,000
Headquarters: Palo Alto, Calif.
Web address: www.hp.com
President/CEO: Mark Hurd, chairman, CEO and president
Head of gov't business: Tom Hempfield, vice president, federal business organization
Ticker: NYSE: HPQ
Lines of business: Large enterprise business solutions, desktop solutions, small and medium business solutions, handheld solutions, home and home office solutions, printing and imaging solutions, government, health and education solutions, tablet PC solutions, workstation market segments, notebook solutions and HP StorageWorks solutions
Major customers: Air Force, Army, Defense Information Systems Agency, NASA, Veteran Affairs Department, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and U.S. Postal Service
Major contracts/projects: HP is providing desktops, workstations and blade PCs with Linux and Unix capabilities, servers and printers under a $5.6 billion IDIQ contract with NASA.
Previous Profile: 2007
Sources: Sources: Washington Technology, Federal Sources Inc., Houlihan Lokey

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