52 : CDW Government LLC
Top 100 Revenue: $465,619,910
Defense revenue: $259,947,291
Civilian revenue: $205,672,619
2009 revenue: $7.6 billion (Revenue for CDW LLC, including CDW Government LLC)
2009 earnings : Private
2008 revenue: $8.1 billion
2008 earnings: Private
Number of employees: 6,150 (Number of employees at CDW LLC, including CDW Government LLC)
Headquarters: Vernon Hills, Ill.
Web address: http://www.cdwg.com
President/CEO: John A. Edwardson, chairman and CEO and Christina V. Rother, president
Head of gov't business: Andrew W. Lausch, vice president, CDW-G Federal
Lines of business: Notebooks, desktops, printers, servers and storage, unified communications, security, wireless, power and cooling, networking, software licensing, mobility solutions, hosted and managed services, network optimization, infrastructure optimization and security management
Major customers: All Defense Department branches and federal civilian agencies
Major contracts/projects: CDW-G is providing its full commercial catalog to all NASA centers, all federal agencies and their contractors under the Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement IV contract. CDW-G also provides servers, workstations, network-managed personal computers and other equipment under the Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-2 Hardware contract. The company also provides equipment to the Army under its Army Desktop and Mobile Computing-2 contract.
Previous Profile: 2009
Sources: Washington Technology, Eagle Eye Publishers, Houlihan Lokey

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