5 : Science Applications International Corp.
Latest news on SAIC
Top 100 Revenue: $5,474,482,583
Defense revenue: $4,107,508,779
Civilian revenue: $1,366,973,804
2009 revenue: $10.8 billion
2009 earnings : $497 million
2008 revenue: $10.1 billion
2008 earnings: $452 million
Number of employees: 45,000
Headquarters: McLean, Va.
Web address: http://www.saic.com
President/CEO: Walter Havenstein, CEO
Head of gov't business: Deborah Alderson, president, Defense Solutions, Joseph Craver III, president, Infrastructure, Logistics and Product Solutions, Charles Koontz, president, IT and Network Solutions, K. Stuart Shea, president, Intelligence, Security, and Technology Group
Ticker: SAI
Lines of business: Defense Solutions, Infrastructure, Logistics and Product Solutions, IT and Network Solutions, Intelligence, Security and Technology
Major customers: Army, NASA, Energy Department, Library of Congress, Homeland Security Department, Defense Intelligence Agency, National Science Foundation and U.S. Armed Forces
Major contracts/projects: SAIC received a $235 million contract extension earlier this year to continue work on the Unified NASA Information Technology Services contract. The extension raises the ceiling value of the contract - first awarded to SAIC in 2004 - to more than $1.3 billion and extends the contract through January 2011. SAIC will continue to provide IT services to NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center and all NASA centers, including NASA headquarters.
Previous Profile: 2009
Sources: Washington Technology, Eagle Eye Publishers, Houlihan Lokey

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