2011 Washington Technology Top 100
18th annual rankings track the largest government contractors

We rank the largest contractors in the government market based on an analysis of government procurement data during fiscal 2010.

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COMPANIES BY INDUSTRY SECTOR
2011 Company Contracts 2010
Communications equipment
8 L-3 Communications Corp. $3,815,873,000 8
consulting
25 Deloitte $1,190,904,000 18
9 Booz Allen Hamilton $3,718,644,000 9
Defense
1 Lockheed Martin Corp. $17,344,113,000 1
12 DynCorp International Inc. $3,047,513,000 23
16 ITT Corp. $2,061,343,000 14
17 BAE Systems Inc. $1,986,983,000 15
2 Northrop Grumman $10,800,453,000 2
20 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. $1,703,308,000 20
26 Honeywell International Inc. $1,143,030,000 28
29 AECOM Technology Corp. $983,154,000 43
3 Boeing Co. $8,400,115,000 3
31 Rockwell Collins Inc. $917,973,000 26
39 DRS Technologies Inc. $767,390,000 25
4 Raytheon Co. $6,206,515,000 4
47 Alliant Techsystems Inc. $532,641,000 48
5 General Dynamics Corp. $5,493,414,000 6
82 Non-Intrusive Inspection Technology Inc. $214,889,000 --
92 Ball Corp. $188,280,000 86
Engineering services
100 Teledyne Technologies Inc. $169,170,000 94
19 Fluor Corp. $1,804,871,000 47
23 United Technologies Corp. $1,465,147,000 21
27 URS Corp. $1,133,733,000 24
45 General Atomics International $634,573,000 39
51 Alion Science and Technology Corp. $478,236,000 41
54 VSE Corp. $443,919,000 37
57 Arctic Slope Regional Corp. $405,373,000 54
70 Cubic Corp. $277,846,000 75
76 Scientific Research Corp. $235,710,000 77
79 Babcock International Group PLC $229,421,000 --
83 Concurrent Technologies Corp. $211,824,000 97
84 InDyne Inc. $205,005,000 89
86 Tetra Tech Inc. $196,537,000 60
89 CH2M Hill $191,615,000 69
90 Trax International $190,331,000 74
Hardware
15 Dell Inc. $2,180,421,000 12
36 General Electric Co. $813,760,000 33
56 Xerox Corp. $427,916,000 64
International Development
52 Development Alternatives Inc. $455,721,000 61
53 Chemonics International Inc. $454,521,000 51
73 Creative Associates International $267,518,000 92
95 Louis Berger Group $181,740,000 76
IT services
34 Apptis Inc. $826,280,000 35
38 Wyle $772,933,000 45
48 Vangent Inc. $529,059,000 57
50 NCI Inc. $492,477,000 71
63 SGT Inc. $338,665,000 42
69 Artel Inc. $284,749,000 73
71 Microtech LLC $273,857,000 95
72 Telos Corp. $273,575,000 83
75 Eyak Technology $239,986,000 65
78 Energy Enterprise Solutions LTD $230,353,000 85
88 STG Inc. $193,890,000 96
Professional services
10 KBR Inc. $3,546,605,000 7
24 Battelle Memorial Institute $1,330,333,000 22
32 The Aerospace Corp. $842,638,000 34
37 Bechtel Marine Propulsion Corp. $793,298,000 36
42 Mission Essential Personnel LLC $681,304,000 62
59 Nana Regional Corporation Inc. $401,781,000 55
62 U.S. Investigation Services Inc. $356,150
65 Chenega Corp. $309,457,000 68
67 Alutiiq LLC $299,640,000 84
77 Navmar Applied Sciences Corp. $233,034,000 --
98 Chickasaw Nation Industries Inc. $180,603,000
Research
58 RTI International $402,469,000 67
61 Westat Inc. $361,987,000 72
81 ABT Associates Inc. $226,404,000 --
97 SRI International $181,032,000 --
Satellite communications
94 Orbital Sciences Corp. $183,322,000 93
software
80 Oracle Corp. $229,159,000 88
Systems integration
11 Computer Sciences Corp. $3,532,784,000 10
13 Harris Corp. $2,893,847,000 13
14 CACI International Inc. $2,517,616,000 16
21 IBM Corp. $1,594,165,000 17
22 ManTech International Corp. $1,467,181,000 31
28 Serco Inc. $992,211,000 29
30 SRA International Inc. $936,812,000 30
33 Accenture $837,671,000 27
40 Unisys Corp. $749,850,000 38
41 CGI Group Inc. $735,933,000 82
43 Qinetiq Group PLC $678,017,000 40
6 Science Applications International Corp. $5,159,739,000 5
60 ARINC Inc. $394,402,000 49
64 ICF International Inc. $331,879,000 66
7 Hewlett-Packard Co. $3,831,520,000 11
87 Camber Corp. $205,747,000 90
93 Dynamics Research Corp. $185,208,000 --
96 Jorge Scientific Corp. $181,239,000 --
99 Sierra Nevada Corp. $173,991,000 78
telecommunications
18 Verizon Communications Inc. $1,844,453,000 19
35 Sprint Corp. $820,557,000 32
44 AT&T Corp. $664,057,000 46
55 Qwest Communications International $435,395,000 56
Value-added reseller
46 World Wide Technology Inc. $557,693,000 53
49 CDW-Government $506,229,000 52
66 immixGroup Inc. $306,840,000 58
68 GTSI Corp. $287,668,000 59
74 Carahsoft Technology Corp. $246,375,000 99
85 Mythics Inc. $197,639,000
91 DLT Solutions Inc. $190,121,000 --
Washington Technology, Federal Procurement Data System and Houlihan Lokey

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