Top 100 index

Facts and figures from the 2012 Top 100

16
Companies with more than $2 billion in prime contracts 

29
Companies with more than $1 billion in prime contracts

2
Top 20 still run by a founder

6
Companies in top 20 with new CEOs

$126.8  billion  
Value of prime contracts won by the Top 100

$88.95 billion  
Value of prime contracts won by the top 20

8  
Companies with foreign ownership

5  
Alaska Native or tribally owned companies

11  
Making their first Top 100 appearance

63  
Headquarters outside the Washington, D.C., area

4  
Selling primarily hardware

1  
Selling primarily software

3  
Consulting companies

4  
Research companies

4  
Considered not-for-profit companies

52  
Publicly traded companies

1995  
Year Lockheed Martin made its first of 18 straight appearances as No. 1 

Source: Washington Technology

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