• TOP 100

    Introducing the 2014 Washington Technology Top 100

    For the 21st consecutive year, we’ve ranked the largest companies in the government market by their prime contract revenue for IT, systems integration, telecommunication, professional services and other high-tech functions. Who leads the 2014 Washington Technology Top 100? Read More

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  • Top 100: Analysis

    Turbulent, uncertain year drives changes among 2014 Top 100

    The past year has been a roller-coaster ride of budget cuts, sequestration and a government shutdown for the 2014 Top 100, who have been frantically adjusting strategies with an eye toward when the market turns. Read More

  • TOP 100: No. 1

    Lockheed captures top spot for 20th year

    Lockheed Martin continues its dominance of the Top 100 by protecting its base while setting its sights on new commercial and international opportunities and improving its operations. Read More

  • FAA

    Subsystem Technologies wins contract to support FAA

    Subsystem Technologies has won a contract to support the Federal Aviation Administration. Read More

  • AIR FORCE

    Aerospace Testing Alliance wins $11.9M contract to support Air Force complex

    Aerospace Testing Alliance has won an $11.9 million contract to provide a number of services in support of the Arnold Engineering Development Complex. Read More

  • NAVY

    Northrop Grumman wins $61.3M contract to support Navy UAVs

    Northrop Grumman has won a $61.3 million contract to provide the Navy with operations and maintenance services. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    CACI's London calls for focus on U.S. competitiveness

    CACI International executive chairman Jack London receives TechAmerica's Corporate Leadership Award and advocates for a renewed focus on technology, opportunity and innovation to increase U.S. competitiveness around the globe. Read More

  • TOP 100: No. 2

    Northrop targets international markets for future opportunities

    Northrop Grumman is focused on international opportunities as a way to counter contraction in the U.S. market and its taking its core -- cyber, C4ISR, unmanned and logistics -- global. Read More

  • TOP 100: No. 11

    Strategic hires help Fluor reposition

    As Fluor's work in Iraq and Afghanistan winds down, the company has turned to new hires and a renewed focus on sales to reposition the company for the post-war era. Read More

  • TOP 100: No. 19

    Newbie SAIC captures top 20 spot

    Science Applications International Corp. comes through its spinoff with a top 20 spot as it continues to put itself in a position for growth. Read More

  • PEOPLE

    ICF taps two new VPs in aviation, aerospace business

    ICF International has named Stephen Van Beek and Dennis Cary vice presidents for ICF’s aviation and aerospace business. Read More

  • Navy to go from drawings to digital

    The Navy’s Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division wants to put away its drawings and replace them with multi-touch digital systems. Read More

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