31 : VSE Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $796,376,741
Defense revenue: $749,949,034
Civilian revenue: $46,427,707
2008 revenue: $19 billion
2008 earnings : $1 billion
2007 revenue: $14.1 billion
2007 earnings: $653.2 million
Number of employees: 19,200
Headquarters: Alexandria, Va.
Web address: http://www.vsecorp.com
President/CEO: Maurice A. Gauthier, CEO, president and COO
Head of gov't business: Thomas G. Dacus, president, federal group
Ticker: VSEC
Lines of business: G&B Solutions Inc., Energetics Inc., Integrated Concepts & Research Corp., communications and electronics division, engineering and logistics division, management sciences division, systems engineering division, field support services division, BAV division, fleet maintenance division and VCG division
Major customers: Army, Air Force, Navy, Energy Department, General Services Administration and Treasury Department
Major contracts/projects: VSE was hired by the General Services Administration on its logistics worldwide schedule contract, representing $50 million in potential revenue. Under the contract VSE will offer supply and value chain management services, distribution and transportation logistic services, deployment and logistics services, logistics training services and operations and maintenance logistics management and support services.
Previous Profile: 2008
Sources: Washington Technology, Eagle Eye Publishers Inc., and Houlihan Lokey

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