20 : CACI International Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $1,445,147,188
Defense revenue: $1,259,295,808
Civilian revenue: $185,851,380
2008 revenue: $2.4 billion lion
2008 earnings : $83.3 million
2007 revenue: $1.9 billion
2007 earnings: $78.5 mil
Number of employees: 12,300
Headquarters: Arlington, Va.
Web address: http://www.caci.com
President/CEO: J.P. London, chairman, Paul Cofoni, CEO
Head of gov't business: William M. Fairl, president, U.S. operations
Ticker: CAI
Lines of business: Business system solutions, C4ISR integration services, cyber security, information assurance and information operations, data, information and knowledge management, enterprise IT and network services, integrated security and intelligence solutions, logistics and material readiness and program management and SETA support services
Major customers: Navy, Army, Defense Department, State Department, Homeland Security Department, Commerce Department and Defense Information Systems Agency
Major contracts/projects: CACI is providing worldwide logistics support to the Navy's Military Sealift Command under a 10-year contract worth $134 million.
Previous Profile: 2008
Sources: Washington Technology, Eagle Eye Publishers Inc., and Houlihan Lokey

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