24 : IBM CORP.
Top 100 Revenue: $1,243,218,000
Defense revenue: $396,413,000
Civilian revenue: $846,805,000
2018 revenue: $79.6 billion
2018 earnings : $8.8 billion
2017 revenue: $79.1 billion
2017 earnings: $5.8 billion
Number of employees: 350,000
Headquarters: Armonk, N.Y.
Web address: https://www.ibm.com/us-en/?ar=1
President/CEO: Ginni Rometty, chairman, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Under Lisa Mascolo, managing director, U.S. public service, IBM Global Business Services, Joe Cubba, vice president, defense and intelligence, IBM Global Business Services, Greg Greben - vice president, federal civilian agencies, IBM Global Business Services, CeCe DeCamp - vice president, client group leader, IBM Global Business Services, Susan Wedge - vice president and partner, U.S. public service digital service line, IBM Global Business Services, Shue-Jane Thompson - vice president and partner, cybersecurity and biometrics, IBM Global Business Services, Greg Souchack - vice president and partner, managed services and cloud solutions, IBM Global Business Services, Mark Bolter - vice president and partner, cloud application innovation, IBM Global Business Services, Ken Hefner - vice president and partner, U.S. public service enterprise applications. Under Sam Gordy, general manager, IBM Federal and Industries: Nancy Bohannan, vice president, civilian government and healthcare, IBM U.S. Federal, Courtney Bromley, vice president, cognitive solutions industry platforms, IBM U.S. Federal, Lauren Craig, vice president, civilian and healthcare agencies, IBM U.S. Federal, Bob Merkert, vice president, federal systems sales, IBM U.S. Federal, Stephanie Nash, partner and director, U.S. federal solutions, IBM U.S. Federal, Ray Spicer, director, defense and intelligence, IBM U.S. Federal, Jean White, manager, federal systems integrator sales, IBM U.S. Federal.
Ticker: IBM
Lines of business: National security and intelligence, cybersecurity, cloud, digital reinvention
Major contracts/projects: CIO-CS, CIOSP3, DHS Eagle II, Encore II, DISA SETI, Alliant 2, GSA Cyber SIN, OASIS, GSA schedules, ITES-3S, NetCents 2, Seaport-e, Seaport NxG, SEWP V
Sources: Federal Procurement Data System, USASpending, Washington Technology

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