2010 Washington Technology Top 100 Government Contractors
Top contractors dominate the market with billions in government business

We ranked the Top 100 government contractors based on sales related to IT products and services, systems integration, telecommunications, professional services and engineering services.

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PUBLICLY TRADED COMPANIES
2010 Company Contracts 2009
1 Lockheed Martin Corp. $16,700,588,328 1
2 Northrop Grumman Corp. $11,145,533,497 3
3 Boeing Co. $10,462,626,196 2
4 Raytheon Co. $6,727,232,555 5
5 Science Applications International Corp. $5,474,482,583 7
6 General Dynamics Corp. $5,431,882,984 4
7 KBR Inc. $4,545,440,824 6
8 L-3 Communications Corp. $4,176,624,682 8
10 Computer Sciences Corp. $3,293,278,386 9
11 Hewlett-Packard Co. $2,564,014,201 12
12 Dell Computer Corp. $2,270,000,000 15
13 Harris Corp. $2,165,268,040 13
14 ITT Corp. $2,074,983,916 11
15 BAE Systems Inc. $1,956,884,247 14
16 CACI International Inc. $1,911,928,093 20
17 IBM Corp. $1,774,623,164 18
19 Verizon Communications Inc. $1,721,565,974 16
20 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. $1,634,268,549 19
21 United Technologies Corp. $1,476,229,982 17
23 DynCorp International LLC $1,258,019,560
24 URS Corp. $1,225,071,020 22
26 Rockwell Collins Inc. $951,046,892 35
27 Accenture $924,092,794 25
28 Honeywell International Inc. $915,809,845 30
29 Serco Inc. $874,739,954 28
30 SRA International Inc. $869,734,080 26
31 ManTech International Corp. $855,567,586 48
32 Sprint Nextel Corp. $848,854,000 27
33 General Electric Co. $844,458,207 24
37 VSE Corp. $686,912,905 31
38 Unisys Corp. $666,332,137 32
40 QinetiQ North America Inc. $660,647,787 34
44 Stanley Inc. $572,197,243 45
46 AT&T Inc. $557,855,301 42
47 Fluor Corp. $533,950,701
48 Alliant Techsystems Inc. $520,341,034 37
50 Comtech Telecommunications Corp. $495,744,635 81
56 Qwest Communications International Inc. $427,120,938 55
59 GTSI Corp. $383,844,248 49
60 Tetra Tech Inc. $381,344,102 56
63 Coffey International Ltd. $367,621,087
64 Xerox Corp. $353,041,647 75
66 ICF International Inc. $340,845,273 99
70 Shaw Group Inc. $306,356,970 85
71 NCI Information Systems Inc. $301,731,100 72
75 Cubic Corp. $266,105,255 96
79 Siemens Corp. $238,809,098 90
82 CGI Group Inc. $228,061,083 78
83 Telos Corp. $223,008,225 63
86 Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corp. $213,982,367 73
88 Oracle Corp. $206,931,072 80
91 Motorola Inc. $203,986,410 64
93 Orbital Sciences Corp. $192,467,905 83
94 Teledyne Technologies Inc. $187,643,748 77
98 Cobham plc $173,304,406 95
100 Rolls-Royce Group plc $171,065,429
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