2016 TOP 100

Introducing the 2016 Top 100

We’ve released our rankings of the largest contractors providing IT, systems integration, professional services and other high tech offerings to the federal government.

This is our 23rd year producing the Top 100 via an analysis of federal procurement data.

Click here to explore the rankings, where you can sort the list in a variety of ways including total prime contracts, defense contracts, civilian contracts, and business category. We also have financial data on the publicly traded companies.

You can also explore the Top 100 via our slideshow, which you can access here.

An analysis of the Top 100 and the trends facing the market is available here.

Over the next two weeks, we’ll be releasing profiles of many of the Top 100 companies where we’ll analyze individual strategies and the trends driving their business opportunities.

Top 100 Profiles:

Lockheed Martin marks 22 years as No. 1

General Dynamics sees growth opportunities ahead

Acquisitions continue to fuel success at CACI

About the Author

Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.

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