Facts and figures from the 2012 Top 100
Company takes on more State Department work as military operations close in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Fluor's growth has been sparked by an uptick in work heavy with logistics, sustainment and infrastucture support.
CACI integrates new executives into a tradition that has been bringing strong growth during a tough time in the market.
IPWireless Inc., renamed General Dynamics Broadband, now a subsidiary of General Dynamics C4 Systems.
Lockheed Martin sees challenges ahead, but changes are underway as it adapts to new opportunities and market conditions.
BAE Systems winning strategy combines cost cutting with renewed efforts to capture key contracts.
Don't let the relative stability of the Top 100 fool you. Great changes are underway.
Booz Allen's year includes a bevy of new contracts, a focused cyber effort and a return to the commercial market.
Through a focused acquisition strategy, Dell moves toward becoming a broader provider of technology solutions and not just a PC maker.
The largest contractors in the government market, the so-called top dogs, are hunting for the bright spots in a down market.
Contract calls for operating two software releases that track DOD personnel and family relocations.
BPA calls for creating secure, common technology platform capable of back-up disaster recovery at both agency sites.
Lawsuit contends foreign entity gained competitive advantage through violation of confidential agreements.
ManTech posts strong revenue and profits but will face a squeeze as U.S. presence in Afghanistan comes to a close.