2008 Top 100 Government IT Contractors
The Challenge to Stay on Top

Government contractors have seen years like 2008 before. The economy is stagnant, agency budgets are tight and the market place is full of uncertainty as the Bush administration comes to a close. But having been through similar years in the past doesn't make it any easier. Smart companies are sticking close to their customers, developing contingency plans and looking for ways to make their customers' lives easier.

SMALL BUSINESSES ON THE LIST
2008 Company Contracts 2007
35 ASRC Federal Holding Company $609,095,597 65
71 Nana Regional Corporation Inc. $214,833,671 46
76 Chenega Corp. $193,757,102 51
81 Sensor Technologies Inc. $179,443,187 N/A
85 Eyak Technology LLC $162,640,156 N/A
88 Artel Inc. $151,697,586 89
90 Chugach Alaska Corp. $150,895,886 N/A
91 SGT Inc. $150,336,766 N/A
92 Centech Group $147,552,719 N/A
94 Merlin International Inc. $141,505,612 N/A
96 STG Inc. $138,597,057 98
Sources: Washington Technology, Federal Sources Inc., Houlihan Lokey

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