Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors: 2008
51 : Qwest Communications International Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $306,617,000
Defense revenue: $218,237,000
Civilian revenue: $88,380,000
2007 revenue: $13.8 billion
2007 earnings : $2.9 billion
2006 revenue: $13.9 billion
2006 earnings: $593 million
Number of employees: 36,000
Headquarters: Denver
Web address:
President/CEO: Edward A. Mueller, chairman and CEO
Head of gov't business: Diana L. Gowen, senior vice president, Qwest government services division
Ticker: NYSE: Q
Lines of business: IP, voice, data, hosting and CPE
Major customers: Defense Department, National Labor Relations Board, Energy Department and U.S. Forest Service
Major contracts/projects: Qwest is one of three companies to be working on the Networx Universal and Networx Enterprise contracts, which together form the largest and most expansive communications program ever. They serve as the primary method through which more than 135 federal agencies purchase communications service.
Previous Profile: 2007
Sources: Sources: Washington Technology, Federal Sources Inc., Houlihan Lokey

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