2003 Top 100

10: BAE Systems plc
Top 100 Revenue: $638,692,000
Defense Revenue: N/A
Civilian Revenue: N/A
2002 Revenue: $19.5 billion
2002 Earnings: loss of $1.1 billion
2001 Revenue: N/A
2001 Earnings: N/A
Number of employees: 100,000
Headquarters: Farnborough, U.K.
Website: www.baesystems.com

Richard Evans, chairman; Mike Turner; CEO; Mark Ronald, president and CEO, BAE Systems, North America

Robert Fitch, vice president, government relations and marketing

Ticker: BAESY
Lines of business: Defense electronics, information technology systems and systems engineering
Major customers: Department of Defense, NASA and Department of Homeland Security
Major contracts/projects: The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency selected BAE SYSTEMS to develop miniaturized, unattended ground sensors capable of detecting, identifying and jamming communications and radar threat signals for the ''WolfPack'' program. The Wolfpack program will provide technologies that help the warfighter monitor and disrupt enemy communications and radar signals, while protecting friendly communications.