2009 Top 100
Companies evolve as government priorities change


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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2009 Company ROI
6 KBR Inc. 21.0%
15 Dell Computer Corp. 20.4%
9 Computer Sciences Corp. 14.3%
38 General Physics Corp. 13.8%
85 Shaw Group Inc. 13.2%
25 Accenture Ltd 12.8%
4 General Dynamics Corp. 11.4%
54 Thales North America Inc. 11.2%
35 Rockwell Collins Inc. 10.3%
78 CGI Group Inc. 10.0%
67 Textron Inc 9.7%
11 ITT Corp. 9.6%
18 IBM Corp. 9.6%
17 United Technologies Corp. 9.5%
31 VSE Corp. 9.3%
1 Lockheed Martin Corp. 9.3%
12 Hewlett-Packard Co./EDS 9.0%
14 BAE Systems 8.8%
34 QinetiQ North America 8.7%
30 Honeywell Inc. 8.4%
5 Raytheon Co. 8.3%
8 L-3 Communications Inc. 8.3%
16 Verizon Communications Inc. 8.1%
13 Harris Corp. 8.1%
19 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. 8.1%
81 Comtech Telecommunications Corp. 8.1%
23 DRS Technologies 8.1%
2 Boeing Co. 7.5%
40 Perot Systems Inc. 7.3%
75 Affiliated Computer Services Inc. 7.1%
37 Alliant Techsystems Inc. 7.0%
99 ICF International Inc. 6.8%
73 Ball Corp 6.7%
80 Oracle Corp. 6.7%
96 Cubic Corp. 6.5%
77 Teledyne Technologies Inc. 6.4%
26 SRA International Inc. 6.3%
42 AT&T Inc. 6.1%
83 Orbital Sciences Corp. 5.8%
95 Cobham plc 5.8%
7 Science Applications International Corp. 5.7%
20 CACI International Inc. 5.5%
98 ViaSat Inc. 5.2%
28 Serco Inc. 5.0%
90 Siemens Corp. 4.9%
22 URS Corp. 4.8%
48 ManTech International Corp. 4.7%
56 Tetra Tech Inc. 4.6%
53 FLIR Systems Inc. 4.6%
72 NCI Information Systems Inc. 4.2%
45 Stanley Inc. 3.6%
24 General Electric Co. 2.7%
3 Northrop Grumman Corp. Not a meaningful number
49 GTSI Corp. Not a meaningful number
64 Motorola Inc. NM
32 Unisys Corp. Not a meaningful number
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