Ranking the federal market's biggest prime contractors
Welcome to the 2021 Washington Technology Top 100, where we rank the largest government contractors according to their prime contracts for IT, systems integration, professional services and other technology products and services
Leidos tops the list for the fourth time in five years, but below that you’ll see some other significant changes in the rankings. Peraton has leapt from No. 42 last year to No. 9 this year thanks to its acquisition of Northrop Grumman’s IT business and absorption of Perspecta.
Click on the headlines below to go directly to our stories and analysis of the Top 100.
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Stability and change paint the 2021 Top 100 picture
Tech, talent & deals feed into ManTech's strategy & tagline
CACI's big NGA win adds fuel to strong year of growth
PODCAST: Inside Leidos' culture of change
AT&T's reset takes public sector with it
Top 100 execs share insights on key tech trends
SAIC's deal for Unisys pays dividends for growth
How the 'Verizon 2.0' vision continues to shape its public sector arm
PODCAST: Booz Allen's next strategic plan and the power of diversity
Top 100 diversity shows little improvement
How ManTech turns its tagline into strategy
Top 100 newcomer no stranger to fed market
Raytheon pressing forward on its tech & revenue synergy initiative
Booz Allen sits at the start of another transformation journey
No. 1 Leidos keeps focus on growth
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Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.
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