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How Lockheed is processing what Amazon HQ2 means for D.C.

The Washington, D.C. region is still trying to understand the implications of Amazon's future second headquarters. What does the world's largest defense company make of it?

TOP 100: No. 3

TOP 100: Raytheon broadens tech offerings as market shifts

Raytheon Co. has reorganized and streamlined to be more efficient at the same it has broadened its technology offerings in areas such as missile defense and cybersecurity.

TOP 100: No. 15

TOP 100: L-3 sees more acquisitions as key to growth

L-3 Communications is using mergers and acquisitions as a tool to position the company for growth opportunities around big data, cyber and sensors with civilian, defense and intelligence customers.

Top 100: No. 9

TOP 100: CSC puts pieces in place for growth

Computer Sciences Corp. has spent two years divesting businesses and bolstering its remaining pieces to be ready for growth, and executives see the time has come for opportunities in cloud, cyber and health.

TOP 100: No. 20

TOP 100: BAE shakes off uncertainty with focus on the future

In uncertain times, BAE Systems created its own certainty by cutting costs, adopting a shared services model and keeping a focus on where its customers future needs are.

TOP 100: No. 10

TOP 100: DynCorp balances change, stability to overcome downturn

DynCorp anticipated tough times and pursued several intiatives including resturcturing, partnerships and broadening its offerings.

TOP 100: No. 13

TOP 100: CACI makes bold moves toward future growth

There was no sitting still for CACI International as the No. 13 ranked company restructured and added new capabilities as it prepares for a positive turn in the market.

Top 100: No. 4

TOP 100: Boeing uses diversity, tech investments to weather stormy market

The Boeing Co. relied on its successful commercial aircraft business to help the rest of the company make technology investments during an otherwise down market.

TOP 100: No. 7

TOP 100: Booz Allen takes historic approach to tough times

Booz Allen Hamilton put its faith in cost controls, customer focus and innovation as it worked its way through a year plagued with uncertainty, budget cuts and a government shutdown.

Top 100: No. 5

Top 100: GD's restructuring enters the refinement stage

General Dynamics, the No. 5 company on the 2014 Top 100, put a major emphasis on restructuring of its IT operations in the past year and is now looking at refinements as it hunts for new opportunities.

NAVY

Lockheed takes on helicopter cockpit retrofit

Lockheed Martin wins $11.3 million contract to support the retrofit programs of the MH-60 helicopter cockpit.

ASRC sole bidder for $15.7M high performance computing contract

ASRC Federal InuTeq has won a $15.7 million Army contract to support high performance computing efforts with technical and professional support.

AIR FORCE

Alion wins force protection contract

Under a $47.7 million Air Force task order, Alion will support the testing and evaluation of global force protection systems.

TOP 100: No. 6

Top 100: HP focuses on matching solutions, customers

Hewlett-Packard Co. faced several critical recompetes last year, including the $5 billion Navy NGEN contract. Its success rate has public sector leader Marilyn Crouther feeling confident as the market moves forward.

TOP 100: No. 1

Lockheed captures top spot for 20th year

Lockheed Martin continues its dominance of the Top 100 by protecting its base while setting its sights on new commercial and international opportunities and improving its operations.

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