54 : VSE Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $443,919,000
Defense revenue: $337,961,000
Civilian revenue: $105,958,000
2010 revenue: $866 million
2010 earnings : $23.7 million
2009 revenue: $1 billion
2009 earnings: $24 million
Headquarters: Alexandria, Va.
Web address: http://www.vsecorp.com
President/CEO: Maurice A. Gauthier, CEO, president and COO
Head of gov't business: Tom Dacus, President of Federal Group; Harry Flammang, President of International Group
Ticker: VSEC
Lines of business: Federal and Civil Support Services – systems engineering; equipment, aircraft, vessel and vehicle maintenance, upgrades and refurbishment; logistics; supply chain management, Information Technologies (IT), construction management; training; medical IT; field support services; foreign military sales; technical manuals; research and development; seized and forfeited property management/auctions; corrosion abatement; advanced technologies; program management; and contract vehicle management.
Major customers: Department of Defense, Commerce Department, Department of Energy, GSA, SSA, US Postal Service, National Institute of Health, Treasury Department
Major contracts/projects: Naval Ship Transfer and Repair/Foreign Military Services; U.S. Army Reserve vehicle and equipment logistics; Air Force Contract Field Teams; Port of Anchorage Intermodal Expansion Project; U.S. Army and Marine Corps vehicle integration kits, spare vehicle integration kit components and engineering and installation support for tactical-wheeled and combat vehicles. Military Driver’s Vision Enhancer-Family of Systems; U.S. Government Seized and Forfeited Property Program.
Previous Profile: 2010
Sources: Washington Technology, Federal Procurement Data System and Houlihan Lokey

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