81 : Dynamics Research Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $165,819,000
Defense revenue: $144,037,000
Civilian revenue: $21,782,000
2006 revenue: $259 million
2006 earnings : $4.1 million
2005 revenue: $300.4 million
2005 earnings: $11.4 million
Number of employees: 1500
Headquarters: Andover, Mass.
Web address: www.drc.com
President/CEO: James P. Regan, chairman, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Jeanne D. LeFevre, senior vice president and general manager, federal solutions group
Ticker: NASDAQ: DRCO
Lines of business: Business intelligence, acquisition management, training and performance support, business transformation, IT infrastructure services and automated case management
Major customers: Office of Secretary of Defense, U.S. Joint Forces Command, Air Force and Army
Major contracts/projects: DRC is part of a team providing engineering services to the Office of Secretary of Defense''s Joint Testing and Evaluation Program Office under a $930 million contract. The services include data collection and analysis, task management and engineering analysis. The company is also providing enhancement and support work on the U.S. Joint Forces Command''s Joint Event Scheduling System. The $8.3 million contract calls for DRC to provide software enhancements to the Web-based JESS application, life cycle maintenance, help desk support, documentation and training.
Previous Profile: 2006
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