4 : Raytheon Co.
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Top 100 Revenue: $6,727,232,555
Defense revenue: $6,186,922,361
Civilian revenue: $540,310,194
2009 revenue: $24.9 billion
2009 earnings : $2 billion
2008 revenue: $23.1 billion
2008 earnings: $1.7 billion
Number of employees: 75,000
Headquarters: Waltham, Mass.
Web address: http://www.raytheon.com
President/CEO: William Swanson, chairman and chief executive officer
Ticker: RTN
Lines of business: Integrated Defense Systems, Intelligence and Information Systems, Missile Systems, Network Centric Systems, Raytheon Technical Services, Space and Airborne Systems
Major customers: U.S. Missile Defense Agency, U.S. Armed Forces, Homeland Security Department, NASA, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Reconnaissance Office, National Security Agency, U.S. intelligence community, Energy Department and Federal Aviation Administration
Major contracts/projects: Raytheon won a $152.4 million contract modification earlier this year to provide engineering services for the Patriot Air and Missile Defense System. The U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command contract is the second of four annual modifications to the original 2009 baseline contract for Patriot engineering services. Raytheon is continuing to provide the latest upgrades and system capabilities through system analysis, software and hardware engineering and testing and logistics support to U.S. and international Patriot customers.
Previous Profile: 2009
Sources: Washington Technology, Eagle Eye Publishers, Houlihan Lokey

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