51 : Deloitte & Touche LLP
Top 100 Revenue: $381,800,000
Defense revenue: $108,700,000
Civilian revenue: $273,200,000
2008 revenue: $11 billion
2008 earnings :
2007 revenue: $9.9 billion
2007 earnings:
Number of employees: 44,375
Headquarters: New York City
Web address: http://www.deloitte.com
President/CEO: Barry Salzberg, CEO
Head of gov't business: Eugene A. Procknow, managing director, federal practice
Lines of business: Consulting: technology integration, strategy and operations, human capital, enterprise applications, outsourcing; Financial Advisory Services: business intelligence services, analytics and forensics, capital projects consulting, reorganization services; Audit and Enterprise Risk Services: internal audit, security and privacy services, risk intelligence, control assurance; Tax: tax advisory services
Major customers: Defense of Department, Navy, Defense Information Systems Agency, Department of Homeland Security, Transportation Security Administration, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Department of Justice, Internal Revenue Service, Department of Health and Human Services, Social Security Administration, Department of Agriculture, Department of Education and Department of Interior
Major contracts/projects: Deloitte is providing financial services to the Navy, as well as retail and human capital expertise to the Army and Air Force, financial, business process reengineering and program management services to the Office of the Secretary of Defense.
Previous Profile: 2008
Sources: Washington Technology, Eagle Eye Publishers Inc., and Houlihan Lokey

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