2013 Washington Technology Top 100

We rank the largest companies serving the government market based on sales of IT, systems integration, communications, engineering and other high-tech products and services.

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PUBLICLY TRADED COMPANIES
2013 Company Contracts 2012
1 Lockheed Martin Corp. $14,947,961,000 1
2 Northrop Grumman Corp. $8,566,522,000 2
3 Boeing Co. $7,131,867,000 3
4 Raytheon Co. $6,110,641,000 5
5 Science Applications International Corp. $5,988,489,000 4
6 General Dynamics Corp. $4,658,261,000 6
7 Hewlett-Packard Co. $4,337,990,000 7
8 Booz Allen Hamilton $3,946,218,000 8
9 Computer Sciences Corp. $3,156,945,000 9
10 L-3 Communications Corp. $2,535,283,000 12
12 CACI International Inc. $2,207,441,000 14
13 Harris Corp. $2,054,146,000 11
14 Verizon Communications Inc. $2,011,065,000 18
15 ManTech International Corp. $1,947,779,000 17
16 Fluor Corp. $1,935,182,000 13
17 AT&T Inc. $1,646,000,000 36
18 BAE Systems Inc. $1,643,080,000 20
19 Dell Inc. $1,582,009,000 19
20 United Technologies Corp. $1,567,079,000 23
21 IBM Corp. $1,494,073,000 21
22 Exelis Inc. $1,477,317,000 15
23 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. $1,434,759,000 22
25 Accenture $1,200,398,000 25
27 URS Corp. $1,182,014,000 43
29 CGI Group Inc. $950,683,000 32
34 Honeywell International Inc. $750,431,000 35
35 Serco Inc. $748,582,000 33
37 Rockwell Collins Inc. $627,576,000 39
38 Sprint Nextel Corp. $601,281,000
42 QinetiQ North America $501,103,000 38
43 General Electric $480,854,000 49
44 DRS Technologies Inc. $475,428,000 42
45 Unisys Corp. $431,545,000 47
47 KBR Inc. $424,387,000 16
48 CenturyLink Inc. $422,639,000 52
49 Alliant Techsystems Inc. $419,647,000 46
52 Xerox Corp. $389,752,000 62
55 Tetra Tech Inc. $384,057,000 82
58 ICF International Inc. $365,942,000 59
60 AECOM Technology Corp. $352,828,000 24
77 NCI Inc. $258,801,000 54
78 Dynamics Research Corp. $258,473,000 70
85 ViaSat Inc. $228,655,000 98
87 Engility Corp. $225,913,000
89 Textron Inc. $224,092,000
95 Chicago Bridge & Iron Company N.V. $186,008,000 99
96 Motorola Solutions Inc. $183,323,000 75
97 BALL Aerospace & Technologies Corp. $176,351,000 79
98 CA Inc. $175,037,000
99 Telos Corp. $173,758,000 80
Washington Technology, Federal Procurement Data System and Houlihan Lokey

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