9 : Computer Sciences Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $3,156,945,000
Defense revenue: $1,668,570,000
Civilian revenue: $1,488,375,000
2012 revenue: $15 billion (fiscal 2013)
2012 earnings : $979 million
2011 revenue: $15.4 billion (fiscal 2012)
2011 earnings: Loss of $4.4 billion
Number of employees: 90,000
Headquarters: Falls Church, Va.,
Web address: http://www.csc.com
President/CEO: Mike Lawrie, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: David Zolet, EVP, North American Public Sector; Gary M Budzinski, EVP, Global Infrastructure Services; James Cook, EVP, Global Business Services
Ticker: CSC
Lines of business: Public sector, health care, manufacturing, technology and consumer services, energy and natural resources, financial services, travel and transportation
Major contracts/projects: BOSS-U, CAAS IV, CEOss, DFISS III, DIESCON 3, NAVSEA MAC, USAID Prime 3.2, CIO-SP 2 and 3, Encore II, ITES-2 Services, NWWS, OPM Training and Management Assistance, Alliant, LOGWORLD
Sources: Washington Technology, Federal Procurement Data System and Houlihan Lokey

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