56 : RTI International
Top 100 Revenue: $377,909,000
Defense revenue: $2,977,000
Civilian revenue: $374,932,000
2012 revenue: $734 million
2012 earnings :
2011 revenue: $777.1 million
2011 earnings:
Number of employees: 3,700
Headquarters: Research Triangle Park, N.C.
Web address: http://www.rti.org
President/CEO: E. Wayne Holden, President & CEO
Head of gov't business: Tim J. Gabel, EVP Social, Statistical and Environmental Sciences; Aaron S. Williams, EVP International Development Group; Allen W. Mangel, EVP RTI Health Solutions
Lines of business: Health Research, Drug Discovery & Development, Education & Training Research, Environmental Research Services
Major customers: USAID, EPA, CDC, GSA, DOD, Energy Dept., Education Dept., HHS
Major contracts/projects: MOBIS, ITS, ES, AIMS
Sources: Washington Technology, Federal Procurement Data System and Houlihan Lokey

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