67 : AT&T Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $205,035,719
Defense revenue: $141,087,207
Civilian revenue: $63,948,512
2006 revenue: $63.1 billion
2006 earnings : $7.4 billion
2005 revenue: $43.8 billion
2005 earnings: $4.8 billion
Number of employees: 302000
Headquarters: San Antonio
Web address: www.att.com
President/CEO: Edward E. Whitacre Jr., chairman and CEO
Head of gov't business: Don Herring, president, AT&T Government Solutions
Ticker: NYSE: T
Lines of business: Access and local services, collaboration (messaging and conferencing), consulting and integration solutions, contact management services, data/managed data services, enterprise mobility, hosting services, integrated offers, IP and IP VPN, security and business continuity, voice over IP and voice services
Major customers: General Services Administration, Justice Department, Marine Corps, Veterans Affairs Department and U.S. Agency for International Development
Major contracts/projects: AT&T Government Solutions was awarded the Networx Universal contract by the General Services Administration to provide a range of network and communications services to federal government agencies. The IDIQ contract is worth $20 billion over the next decade. The company also announced in February 2007 that one of its Justice Department contracts had been extended. Under the Justice Unified Telecommunications Network order, the company will provide a high-speed optical network based on Multiprotocol Label Switching technology to 1,900 Justice Department locations.
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