Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors: 2008
63 : World Wide Technology Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $262,282,073
Defense revenue: $127,216,963
Civilian revenue: $135,065,110
2007 revenue:
2007 earnings :
2006 revenue: $2.1 billion
2006 earnings:
Number of employees: 1,100
Headquarters: St. Louis
Web address: www.wwt.com
President/CEO: Joseph P. Kavanaugh, CEO and Joseph G. Koenig, president
Lines of business: Information technology, supply chain management and professional services
Major customers: NASA, Army, National Institutes of Health and Defense Manpower Data Systems
Major contracts/projects: World Wide Technology was awarded a solutions for enterprise-wide procurement contract from NASA. The company is providing products and services to assist NASA and all federal agenices with wireless technology, network security, collaboration, storage, unified communications and open source products and technologies.
Previous Profile: 2007
Sources: Sources: Washington Technology, Federal Sources Inc., Houlihan Lokey

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