47 : NANA Regional Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $427,607,769
Defense revenue: $204,125,436
Civilian revenue: $223,482,333
2008 revenue: $1.2 billion
2008 earnings : $29.3 million
2007 revenue: $975.5 million
2007 earnings: $37.4 million
Number of employees: 7,000
Headquarters: Kotzebue, Alaska
Web address: http://www.nana.com
President/CEO: Helvi Sandvik, president
Head of gov't business: Stan Fleming, vice president, strategic business development, federal contracting
Lines of business: Resource development, engineering and construction, IT and telecommunications, facilities management and logistics and real estate and hotel development
Major customers: Federal Bureau of Investigation, Interior Department, Homeland Security Department, State Department and Defense Department
Major contracts/projects: TKC Communications, a subsidiary of Nana, is one of several companies on the General Services Administration's Alliant contract. TKC's capabilities includes IT enterprise and infrastructure support, systems integration and engineering, IT management and system and network controls.
Previous Profile: 2008
Sources: Washington Technology, Eagle Eye Publishers Inc., and Houlihan Lokey

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