Digital Systems Resources
|Founded||Manassas, Virginia (February 21, 1982)|
|Richard Carroll, Chairman David Murray CEO|
Signal Processing Software
Combat Control Software
$120 Million USD (2003)
Number of employees
Digital System Resources was a provider of advanced systems for the United States Department of Defense and became a success story for the military's SBIR program. From 1991–1997 it had been funded to the amount of $52,000,000, As of 2003 it was 75th on the Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors.
- Acoustic Rapid COTS Insertion (A-RCI)
- Multi-Purpose Processor MPP
- SQQ-89 A(V)15
- Surface Ship CS (CNI)
- Photonics Mast Workstation
Digital System Resources had 2001 Revenues of ~$90 million according to Mr. Carrolls Testimony before Congress. Digital System Resources had 2003 Revenues of ~$120 million before being purchased by General Dynamics.
Digital System Resources was started in 1982 with 2 employees. Its first contracts were with IBM's Manassas Virginia site. In 2001, DSR was successfully using the DoDs SBIR program and had grown to 170 employees. By 2003, DSR had grown to a company of over 450 employees. Digital System Resources was acquired by General Dynamics on September 10, 2003 for an undisclosed amount and merged with General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems.
- Microsoft PowerPoint - 2003 0530 NDIA-ONR Bkfst Overview2.ppt [Read-Only]
- A DoD SBIR Success Story Archived 2007-09-29 at the Wayback Machine.
- Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors: 2003 Archived 2006-11-16 at the Wayback Machine.
- Carroll Testimony
- Digital Systems Resources Presentation / Small Business Opportunities Breakfast
- General Dynamics Completes Acquisition of Digital System Resources, Inc. Archived 2006-10-16 at the Wayback Machine.
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