2009 Top 100
Companies evolve as government priorities change

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We rank the largest government contractors according to their prime contracting revenue in government fiscal year 2008. Data is collected on government expenditures related to information technology products and services, systems integration, telecommunications, professional services and engineering services.

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NEW COMPANIES ON THE LIST
2009 Company Contracts
100 Institute for Defense Analyses $150,960,706
29 Aerospace Corp. $809,365,983
38 General Physics Corp. $577,022,753
59 Development Alternatives Inc. $314,887,671
70 Chemonics International Inc. $256,859,399
82 Mission Essential Personnel $198,407,133
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