57 : Midwest Research Institute
Top 100 Revenue: $332,293,328
Defense revenue: $10,650,068
Civilian revenue: $321,643,260
2008 revenue:
2008 earnings :
2007 revenue: $272.2 million
2007 earnings: $6 million
Number of employees: 1800
Headquarters: Kansas City, Mo.
Web address: http://www.mriresearch.org
President/CEO: James L. Spigarelli, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: John Stanley, manager, federal programs
Lines of business: National defense, health sciences, agriculture and food safety, engineering, environment, information technology, energy, biological sciences and analytical chemistry
Major customers: Army, Defense Department, Homeland Security Department, Energy Department, Health and Human Services Department and Education Department
Major contracts/projects: Midwest Research Institute is developing the first-of-its-kind integrated individual protection ensemble mannequin system that performs high fidelity tests on individual protective equipment under live chemical exposure conditions for the Army.
Previous Profile: 2008
Sources: Washington Technology, Eagle Eye Publishers Inc., and Houlihan Lokey

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