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Anteon International

With more than 90% of its sales generated by the Pentagon, Homeland Security, and intelligence agencies, Anteon is positioned to notch robust growth in critical national-security areas. The biggest driver last year: simulation and training for Army troops bound for urban-warfare operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The company also provides the intelligence community with high-tech systems. And Anteon upgrades existing weapons systems for so-called joint operations so that, for example, a Navy submarine can communicate with an Air Force plane overhead. All of this produced a 20.7% rise in revenues for the 12 months ended in March and a 50% jump in total return to shareholders over the 12 months ended in May.

Company Info

STOCK INFO ANT
Revenues* $1.3 BILLION
Revenue Growth 20.7%
Return on Equity 24.9%
Total Return50.0%
Profits* $66.5 MILLION
Industry SERVICES
CORPORATE WEB SITE
All figures are for the most recent available 12 months.

* Latest available data for the 12-month period ended Dec. 31, Jan. 31, Feb. 29, Mar. 31, or Apr. 30. For companies that do not report quarterly, the most recent annual data were used.


Data provided by Standard & Poor's Compustat, BusinessWeek

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Company Snapshot

Anteon International Corp. provides information technology solutions, and systems engineering and integration services to government customers. It designs, integrates, maintains, and upgrades information systems for national defense, intelligence, emergency response, and other government missions. The company offers various solutions, such as enterprise solutions and services, global intelligence systems, missile defense, weapons systems modernization, secure identification and access control solutions, logistics modernization, and training and simulation, as well as emergency response services. Anteon also provides requirements definition and analysis; process design or reengineering; systems engineering and design; networking and communications design; commercial off-the-shelf hardware and software evaluation, and procurement; custom software and middleware development; system integration and testing; and software maintenance and training services. In addition, it offers defense customers with the systems analysis, integration, and program management skills necessary to manage the continuing development of their mission systems, including ships, aircraft, weapons, and communications systems. As of December 31, 2004, the company served approximately 1,000 U.S. federal government customers in approximately 50 government agencies, as well as state and foreign governments. Anteon was founded in 1976 and is headquartered in Fairfax, Va.

No. of Employees

8,800


Data provided by Capital IQ
Joseph M. Kampf

Joseph M. Kampf

AGE: 60

Titles

President and Chief Executive Officer

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Total Compensation*

$ 1.1 MILLION

Total Value of Options**

$ 27.1 MILLION

Degrees Held

NA

* Latest available fiscal year
** The sum of the net value of options exercised and held in the latest available fiscal year

Key Executives

Joseph M. Kampf, S. Daniel Johnson, Charles S. Ream, Mark D. Heilman, Seymour L. Moskowitz, Vincent J. Kiernan, Curtis L. Schehr

Board Members

Joseph M. Kampf, Frederick J. Iseman, Gilbert F. Decker, Paul David Miller, Michael T. Smith, Robert A. Ferris, William J. Perry, Henry Hugh Shelton, Thomas J. Tisch, Paul G. Kaminski, Steven M. Lefkowitz, Paul J. Kern


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