10 : Computer Sciences Corp.
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Top 100 Revenue: $3,293,278,386
Defense revenue: $2,220,715,093
Civilian revenue: $1,072,563,293
2009 revenue: $16.1 billion
2009 earnings : $834 million
2008 revenue: $16.7 billion
2008 earnings: 1.1 billion
Number of employees: 94,000
Headquarters: Falls Church, Va.
Web address: http://www.csc.com
President/CEO: Michael W. Laphen, chairman, president and chief executive officer
Head of gov't business: Jim Sheaffer, president, North American Public Sector
Ticker: CSC
Lines of business: Business Solutions and Services Sector; Managed Services Sector; North American Public Sector
Major customers: Navy, Army, Defense Department, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, State Department, Veterans Affairs Department, NASA, Interior Department, Health and Human Services Department, Census Bureau and U.S. Agency for International Development
Major contracts/projects: CSC is providing information technology infrastructure engineering support services to the U.S. Agency for International Development under a $200 million task order. The work involves a full range of infrastructure services including planning, engineering and implementing IT solutions and providing support for the USAID network environment. CSC engineering activities include network and voice engineering, system engineering, IT security engineering, desktop engineering and support for the telecommunications computer operation center. CSC is also providing support for IT infrastructure-related projects including strategic enterprise infrastructure planning design, technology modernization, mission moves and future projects. The USAID worldwide network supports 8,000 users in 90 locations around the world.
Previous Profile: 2009
Sources: Washington Technology, Eagle Eye Publishers, Houlihan Lokey

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