Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors: 2008
98 : Southwest Research Institute Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $134,626,386
Defense revenue: $26,718,579
Civilian revenue: $107,907,807
2007 revenue: $501 million
2007 earnings : $33.4 million
2006 revenue: $465 million
2006 earnings: $23 million
Number of employees: 3,100
Headquarters: San Antonio
Web address:
President/CEO: J. Dan Bates, president
Head of gov't business: Michael Ladika, senior corporate manager, Institute Business Development
Lines of business: Aerospace electronics and information technology, applied physics, automation and data systems, chemistry and chemical engineering, engine, emissions and vehicle research, fuels and lubricants research, geosciences and engineering, mechanical and materials engineering, signal exploitation and geolocation, space science and engineering and training, simulation and performance improvement
Sources: Sources: Washington Technology, Federal Sources Inc., Houlihan Lokey

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