56 : SGT Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $339,807,000
Defense revenue: $0
Civilian revenue: $339,807,000
2011 revenue: $360 million
2011 earnings :
2010 revenue: $368 million
2010 earnings:
Number of employees: 1,700
Headquarters: Greenbelt, Md.
Web address: http://www.sgt-inc.com
President/CEO: Kam Ghaffarian, CEO and president; Harold Stinger, chairman; Joe Morway, CFO, Charles Goorevich, senior VP, business development
Head of gov't business: Dave Wolt, senior VP, NASA business unit; Christine Matthews, senior VP, civil; Duane Deal, senior VP, national security; Matt Yetman, VP, operations; Brian Bolger, VP, quality assurance
Lines of business: Engineering Services, Scientific Analysis, Project Management, and Information Technology Services
Major customers: NASA (supporting nine centers), Defense Department (AF, NRL, NRO), DOT (FAA), Volpe
Major contracts/projects: NASA Goddard: Mechanical Systems Engineering Services, contract. Scope: End-to-end mechanical, structural, thermal, & materials engineering for spaceflight systems development. DOT: V-Trips [Technical Services to the Research and Innovative Technology Administration] Scope: Provide Volpe Center with IT services supporting Aviation Safety Management Systems. NASA Langley Research Center Information Technology Enhanced Services contract. Scope: Broad scope of IT services, including new and emerging technologies, evolving over the life of the contract. Covers IT requirements in support of computers, ancillary equipment, software, firmware, services, and related resources.
Previous Profile: 2011
Sources: Washington Technology, Federal Procurement Data System, Houlihan Lokey

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