75 : Cubic Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $266,105,255
Defense revenue: $266,105,255
Civilian revenue: $0
2009 revenue: $1 billion
2009 earnings : $55.7 million
2008 revenue: $881.1 million
2008 earnings: $36.9 million
Number of employees: 7000
Headquarters: San Diego
Web address: http://www.cubic.com
President/CEO: Walter J. Zable, chairman and CEO
Ticker: CUB
Lines of business: Defense systems, mission support services and transportation systems
Major customers: Army, Air Force, National Guard, Navy and Defense Department
Major contracts/projects: Cubic Applications is providing military training and education support to the Army’s human resources programs as a member of ICF International’s team for the Human Resources Solutions Studies and Analysis Support (HRSS II) contract. ICF is one of 12 companies to win the five-year HRSS II contract, which has a maximum value of $1.27 billion.
Previous Profile: 2009
Sources: Washington Technology, Eagle Eye Publishers, Houlihan Lokey

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