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Dynamics Research Corporation

Dynamics Research Corporation (DRC) provides engineering, logistics, training, simulation and modeling, and information technology services and precision manufactured products that enhance the performance and cost-effectiveness of its customers' mission critical systems. With headquarters in Andover, Massachusetts, and 1,900 employees, DRC has achieved ISO 9001:2000 certification of its quality management system and SEI CMM Level 3. DRC is in its 48th consecutive year supporting its SP24 customer. The analysis investigations the company performs assist in determining cost-effective methods of maintaining or improving navigation subsystem accuracy, reliability, availability, and operating efficiency in the fleet. DRC's contributions to the fleet readiness and modernization of the navigation subsystem of the Trident submarine Fleet Ballistic Missile (FBM) program are noteworthy.

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Established

1955

Employees

501-2,000

Affiliation

Publicly held

Ticker

NASDAQ: DRCO

Revenue

$100 million to $750 million

Top Secret Work
Number of Locations

9

Number of Government Clients

11

Types of Work (10)  
Types of Work
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