Tag Archives: revenue

Fulcrum Named to Inc. Magazine’s 2018 Fast-Growth Company List; Jeff Handy Quoted

Fulcrum has been included in Inc. magazine’s 2018 list of 5K “fastest-growing” U.S. companies for nine consecutive years. “We have developed and followed a strong growth strategy that has allowed us to make the Inc. 5000 list again,” Fulcrum CEO Jeff Handy said in a statement published Thursday. Handy added the company’s continued …

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CACI’s Ken Asbury Expects FY 2017 Federal Spending Package to Accelerate Contract Awards

Ken Asbury, president and CEO of CACI International, has said he thinks contract awards will begin to gain momentum after Congress passed a $1.1 trillion omnibus spending package in May to fund government operations through Sept. 30, the Washington Business Journal reported Friday. Asbury, an inductee into Executive Mosaic’s Wash100 for …

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Deloitte: Global Aerospace & Defense Sector’s 2016 Revenue Hit $674B; Robin Lineberger Comments

A new report from Deloitte says that global aerospace and defense revenue increased by 2.4 percent to $674.4 billion during 2016. The 2017 Global A&D Sector Financial Performance Study is based on an analysis of top 100 A&D companies worldwide that recorded more than $500 million in revenues last year, the company said Thursday. …

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RegistrarDaily: New Report Names Top Firms in Airborne Systems Surveillance Radar Industry

A new report has named the top manufacturers in the airborne systems surveillance radar industry based on their present and potential sales and revenue, RegistrarDaily reported Monday. The Airborne Systems Surveillance Radar market research provided information on the business, revenue segmentation and products of the companies, as well as their market growth forcast, …

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CGI Supports California Franchise Tax Board’s IT Modernization Project

CGI has led the implementation of a California Franchise Tax Board information technology modernization project that has achieved $2.6 billion in revenue over five years. The IT and business process services company said Thursday the Enterprise Data to Revenue project aims to update FTB’s customer service, revenue generation and organizational transparency. Dave Delgado, a senior vice president at CGI, …

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Deloitte Report: Global Defense, Aerospace Sector Hit $674B in 2015 Revenues

A Deloitte report says the global defense and aerospace sector recorded a 3.8 percent growth rate in 2015 and generated $674.4 billion in total revenues. The consulting firm said Thursday revenue in the worldwide defense subsector rose 1.7 percent — or $5.8 billion — from the previous year driven by increases in military expenditures. Deloitte’s 2016 Global Aerospace …

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CFO David Keffer on CSRA’s Entry to GovCon Market & Wall Street, Strategy for 1st Year of Business

Falls Church, Virginia-based CSRA made its highly-anticipated entry into the government contracting market Nov. 30 and in conjunction started trading on the New York Stock Exchange as a public company listed in both the S&P 500 composite index and Executive Mosaic’s GovCon Index of 30 contractor stocks. CSRA formed through a merger of the former Computer Sciences …

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Ray Duquette: Technology, Mission Rehearsal Key in CAE’s Flight Simulation Programs

Ray Duquette, president and general manager of CAE‘s U.S. arm, has said the company builds simulation technology to replicate what the company believes will happen to pilots during military or commercial aircraft flights, the Tampa Tribune reported Saturday. “We do both training and mission rehearsal with multiple simulators networked,” Duquette told Tribune …

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Gene Colabatistto: CAE Eyes New Drone Pilot Training Opportunities

Gene Colabatistto, CAE‘s group president for defense and security, has said the company is eyeing new unmanned aircraft programs as it aims for a bigger share of the pilot training services market, National Defense Magazine reported Thursday. Sandra Erwin writes CAE has helped the U.S. Air Force train around 1,500 aircrews a year …

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SAIC Picked for Magazine’s Top Military Training, Simulation Tech Companies List

Science Applications International Corp. is included on a magazine’s list of the top simulation and training companies for the second consecutive year. Military Training Technology magazine recognized SAIC’s efforts to develop games, human performance, cognitive and evocative training, workforce development and cloud computing-based simulation platforms, SAIC said Tuesday. “We are honored to …

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