71 : NCI Information Systems Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $301,731,100
Defense revenue: $281,213,731
Civilian revenue: $20,517,368
2009 revenue: $468.9 million
2009 earnings : $22.2 million
2008 revenue: $390.6 million
2008 earnings: $17 million
Number of employees: 2,800
Headquarters: Reston, Va.
Web address: http://www.nciinc.com
President/CEO: Charles K. Narang, chairman and CEO and Terry W. Glasgow, president
Ticker: NCIT
Lines of business: Network engineering, cybersecurity and information assurance, enterprise systems management, software development and systems engineering, program management, acquisition and lifecycle support, engineering and logistics, health IT/medical transformation and distance learning and training
Major customers: Defense Department, Commerce Department, Energy Department, Housing and Urban Development Department, General Accountability Office, Justice Department, State Department, Transportation Department, Veterans Affairs Department, General Services Administration, NASA, Office of Personnel Management and U.S. Senate
Major contracts/projects: NCI was hired by the Corporate Information Office of the Army’s Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation on a single-award, seven-year task order worth $309 million. NCI is providing a range of IT services, including systems engineering and infrastructure support services to various Army offices.
Previous Profile: 2009
Sources: Washington Technology, Eagle Eye Publishers, Houlihan Lokey

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