9 : Computer Sciences Corp.
Top 100 Revenue: $3,569,443,000
Defense revenue: $2,191,657,000
Civilian revenue: $1,377,786,000
2011 revenue: $15.88 billion for fiscal 2012
2011 earnings :
2010 revenue: $16.1 billion for fiscal 2011
2010 earnings:
Number of employees: 98,000
Headquarters: Falls Church, Va.
Web address: http://www.csc.com
President/CEO: Mike Lawrie, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Dave Zolet, president of North American public sector; Jim Cook, president, Business Solutions and Services Sector; Guy Hains, president, International; Peter Allen, president, Global Sales and Marketing Group; Peter Allen, acting president, Managed Services Sector
Ticker: CSC
Lines of business: Cloud computing services, credit services, customer relationship management, enterprise solutions, finance transformation, hosting services, legal solutions, managed network services, management consulting, outsourcing, risk management and claims, security, service-oriented architecture, supply chain management, and testing services
Major customers: Navy, Army, Defense Department, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, State Department, Veterans Affairs Department, NASA, Interior Department, Health and Human Services Department, Census Bureau, and U.S. Agency for International Development
Previous Profile: 2011
Sources: Washington Technology, Federal Procurement Data System, Houlihan Lokey

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