2008 Top 100 Government IT Contractors
The Challenge to Stay on Top

Government contractors have seen years like 2008 before. The economy is stagnant, agency budgets are tight and the market place is full of uncertainty as the Bush administration comes to a close. But having been through similar years in the past doesn't make it any easier. Smart companies are sticking close to their customers, developing contingency plans and looking for ways to make their customers' lives easier.

NEW COMPANIES ON THE LIST
2008 Company Contracts
50 Rolls-Royce North America $328,624,871
65 General Atomic Technologies Corp. $244,552,179
67 Indyne Inc. $228,964,272
70 Flir Systems Inc. $215,837,542
72 Textron Inc. $198,951,058
74 Tybrin Corp. $195,198,489
75 Government Acquisitions Inc. $194,608,569
77 ViaSat Inc. $192,844,980
81 Sensor Technologies Inc. $179,443,187
83 Camber Corp. $167,706,868
84 Pricewaterhousecoopers LLP $163,831,816
85 Eyak Technology LLC $162,640,156
89 Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corp. $151,500,978
90 Chugach Alaska Corp. $150,895,886
91 SGT Inc. $150,336,766
92 Centech Group $147,552,719
93 ICF International Inc. $145,373,862
94 Merlin International Inc. $141,505,612
97 VT Milcom Systems Corp. $137,680,621
98 Southwest Research Institute Inc. $134,626,386
99 KPMG LLP $134,492,867
100 Scientific Research Corp. $132,029,871
Sources: Washington Technology, Federal Sources Inc., Houlihan Lokey

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