Digital Systems Resources

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Digital System Resources
Industry Defense
Founded Manassas, Virginia (February 21, 1982)
Headquarters Fairfax, Virginia
Key people
Richard Carroll, Chairman David Murray CEO
Products Multi-Purpose Processor
Signal Processing Software
Display Software
Combat Control Software

Increase$120 Million USD (2003)

Number of employees
450 (2003)
Website (inactive)

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,[2] As of 2003 it was 75th on the Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors.[3]


  • 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.[4] Digital System Resources had 2003 Revenues of ~$120 million before being purchased by General Dynamics.[5]


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.[2] By 2003, DSR had grown to a company of over 450 employees.[5] Digital System Resources was acquired by General Dynamics on September 10, 2003[6] for an undisclosed amount and merged with General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems.