2012 Top 100 Rankings

CORRECTION: Due to an error while the editors were working with the data, Jorge Scientific was inadvertently left off the rankings. They have been re-entered at No. 78. The rankings from 78 through 100 have been shifted down one place. We regret the error. (June 11, 2012)

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    PUBLICLY TRADED COMPANIES
    2012 Company Contracts 2011
    1 Lockheed Martin Corp. $17,438,128,000 1
    2 Northrop Grumman Corp. $9,143,329,000 2
    3 Boeing Co. $7,455,878,000 3
    4 SAIC $5,938,089,000 6
    5 Raytheon Co. $5,665,503,000 4
    6 General Dynamics Corp. $5,461,177,000 5
    7 Hewlett-Packard Co. $4,113,135,000 7
    8 Booz Allen Hamilton $3,848,819,000 9
    9 Computer Sciences Corp. $3,569,443,000 11
    11 Harris Corp. $3,017,800,000 13
    12 L-3 Communications Corp. $2,877,112,000 8
    13 Fluor Corp. $2,680,227,000 19
    14 CACI International Inc. $2,463,717,000 14
    15 ITT Exelis $2,358,262,000 16
    16 KBR Inc. $2,176,400,000 10
    17 ManTech International Inc. $1,923,039,000 22
    18 Verizon Communications Inc. $1,910,276,000 18
    19 Dell Inc. $1,864,347,000 15
    20 BAE Systems plc $1,699,773,000 17
    21 IBM Corp. $1,695,169,000 21
    22 Jacobs Engineering Group $1,471,091,000 20
    23 United Technologies Corp. $1,439,838,000 23
    24 AECOM Technology Corp. $1,314,594,000 29
    25 Accenture $1,250,000,000 33
    27 Deloitte $1,137,393,000 25
    32 CGI Group $840,267,000 41
    33 Serco Group plc $840,064,000 28
    35 Honeywell International Inc. $725,326,000 26
    36 AT&T Inc. $720,818,000 44
    38 QinetiQ Group plc $675,038,000 43
    39 Rockwell Collins Inc. $673,906,000 31
    43 URS Corp. $620,608,000 27
    46 Alliant Techsystems Inc. $500,024,000 47
    47 Unisys Corp. $498,154,000 40
    49 GE $476,644,000 36
    52 CenturyLink $394,572,000 55
    54 NCI Inc. $367,043,000 50
    59 ICF International Inc. $323,985,000 64
    62 Xerox Corp. $302,261,000 56
    70 Dynamics Research Corp. $248,455,000 93
    73 GTSI Corp. $221,715,000 68
    75 Motorola Solutions Inc. $215,648,000
    79 Ball Corp. $208,379,000 92
    80 Telos Corp. $208,323,000 72
    82 Tetra Tech Inc. $206,660,000 86
    83 Cubic Corp. $206,355,000 70
    91 Oracle Corp. $196,614,000 80
    96 TeleCommunication Systems Inc. $183,324,000 "--"
    98 Viasat Inc. $181,172,000 "--"
    99 Shaw Group $176,502,000 "--"
    Washington Technology, Federal Procurement Data System, Houlihan Lokey

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