47 : SRI International
Top 100 Revenue: $111,274,000
Defense revenue:
Civilian revenue:
2002 revenue: $199 million
2002 earnings : Not-for-profit company
2001 revenue: $180 million
2001 earnings: Not-for-profit company
Number of employees: 1,400
Headquarters: Menlo Park, Calif.
Web address: www.sri.com
President/CEO: Curtis Carlson, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: John Prausa, vice president, engineering and systems division
Ticker: Privately held
Lines of business: Policy, physical sciences, information and computing sciences, global business development, engineering and systems, biopharmaceutical and ventures and strategic programs
Major customers: Department of Defense, Department of Energy and Department of Education
Major contracts/projects: For the DoD (including DARPA), SRI has developed speech recognition technology used in a handheld translation device by coalition soldiers in Iraq, a handheld biowarfare agent detector, intelligence and warning systems, cybersecurity programs, and artificial muscle technology that can be embedded in a soldier''s boot for power generation on the go. The California National Guard is testing an SRI-developed training simulation program. For the NIH, SRI conducts several drug discovery and development projects. For the NSF and Department of Education, SRI is conducting policy-related research in education, health, and economic development. SRI has several homeland defense-related technologies related to infrastructure protection, emergency communications, and intelligence-gathering.

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