Top 100 Contractors of the U.S. federal government

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The Top 100 Contractors Report is a list developed annually by the U.S. General Services Administration as part of its tracking of U.S. federal government procurement. [1] [2]

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In fiscal year 2005, the federal government aimed to source 23% of all subcontracts from small businesses with guidance from the Small Business Administration. [3] The federal government was unable to meet this goal in 8 years until FY2013 when it subcontracted over $83 billion from small businesses. [4]

Fiscal year 2015 marked several historic achievements; the federal government exceeded their overall goal of 23% by 2.75% resulting in $90.7 billion dollars awarded to small businesses, [5] 5.05% ($17.8 billion) of which went to women-owned small business (WOSB), meeting the goal for the first time since it was implemented in 1996. [6]

The top five departments by dollars obligated in 2015 were the Department of Defense ($212.5 billion), Department of Energy ($23 billion), Health and Human Services ($21 billion), Department of Veteran Affairs ($20 billion), and NASA ($13 billion).

Top 100 Contractors of Fiscal Year 2019
Global Vendor NameDollars Obligated (millions)%Total Dollars
1.     LOCKHEED MARTIN CORP $48,6668.23%
2.     BOEING COMPANY, THE $28,0894.75%
3.     GENERAL DYNAMICS CORP $20,9613.55%
4.     RAYTHEON COMPANY $16,3512.77%
5.     NORTHROP GRUMMAN CORP $16,1012.72%
6.     MCKESSON CORP $9,6401.63%
7.     UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORP $8,8491.50%
8.     HUNTINGTON INGALLS INDUSTRIES INC $7,6171.29%
9.     LEIDOS HOLDINGS INC $7,2721.23%
10.  L3HARRIS TECHNOLOGIES INC $6,8781.16%
11.  HUMANA INC $6,8071.15%
12.  HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC $6,3641.08%
13.  BAE SYSTEMS PLC $6,3101.07%
14.  FLUOR CORPORATION $5,2540.89%
15.  BOOZ ALLEN HAMILTON HOLDING CORP $5,1470.87%
16.  AECOM $4,5920.78%
17.  SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORP $3,9360.67%
18.  GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY $3,5280.60%
19.  GENERAL ATOMIC TECHNOLOGIES CORP $3,4620.59%
20.  TRIAD NATIONAL SECURITY  LLC $3,3570.57%
21.  ANALYTIC SERVICES INC $3,3520.57%
22.  JACOBS ENGINEERING GROUP INC $3,3460.57%
23.  CENTENE CORP $3,2050.54%
24.  ATLANTIC DIVING SUPPLY  INC $3,1940.54%
25.  CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY $3,0540.52%
26.  BATTELLE MEMORIAL INSTITUTE INC $2,9720.50%
27.  KBR  INC $2,9670.50%
28.  OSHKOSH CORP $2,8850.49%
29.  CACI INTERNATIONAL INC $2,8720.49%
30.  BECHTEL GROUP INC $2,8120.48%
31.  CONSOLIDATED NUCLEAR SECURITY LLC $2,6050.44%
32.  PERSPECTA INC $2,3630.40%
33.  AMERISOURCEBERGEN CORP $2,3620.40%
34.  DELOITTE LLP $2,2150.37%
35.  LAWRENCE LIVERMORE NATIONAL SECURITY  LLC $2,1230.36%
36.  CERBERUS CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LP $2,0260.34%
37.  UT-BATTELLE  LLC $1,9830.34%
38.  ACCENTURE INC $1,9210.32%
39.  UNITED LAUNCH ALLIANCE  LLC $1,9080.32%
40.  TRIWEST HEALTHCARE ALLIANCE CORP $1,8820.32%
41.  BELL BOEING JOINT PROJECT OFFICE $1,7240.29%
42.  TEXTRON INC $1,7190.29%
43.  SOUTHWEST VALLEY CONSTRUCTORS CO $1,6450.28%
44.  THE MITRE CORPORATION $1,6180.27%
45.  LEONARDO SPA $1,5210.26%
46.  CHEMONICS INTERNATIONAL  INC $1,5010.25%
47.  SIERRA NEVADA CORP $1,4930.25%
48.  MERCK & CO  INC $1,4910.25%
49.  AUSTAL LTD $1,4140.24%
50.  SAVANNAH RIVER NUCLEAR SOLUTIONS  LLS $1,3600.23%
51.  JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY $1,3200.22%
52.  SULLIVAN LAND SERVICES LTD $1,2990.22%
53.  SPACE EXPLORATION TECHNOLOGIES CORP $1,2920.22%
54.  PAE HOLDING CORP $1,2820.22%
55.  CALIFORNIA, STATE OF $1,2610.21%
56.  CDW CORP $1,2010.20%
57.  MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY $1,1330.19%
58.  INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORP $1,1110.19%
59.  PARSONS CORP $1,1080.19%
60.  B.L. HARBERT HOLDINGS  LLC $1,0900.18%
61.  THE AEROSPACE CORPORATION $1,0850.18%
62.  VECTRUS INC $1,0800.18%
63.  DELL TECHNOLOGIES INC $1,0540.18%
64.  PFIZER INC $1,0360.18%
65.  MANTECH INTERNATIONAL CORP $1,0350.18%
66.  FEDEX CORP $9800.17%
67.  GLAXOSMITHKLINE PLC $9530.16%
68.  ROLLS-ROYCE HOLDINGS PLC $9450.16%
69.  ARCTIC SLOPE REGIONAL CORP $9080.15%
70.  M1 SUPPORT SERVICES  LP $9040.15%
71.  ALION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CORP $8790.15%
72.  L3 COMMUNICATIONS VERTEX AEROSPACE LLC $8710.15%
73.  CGI TECHNOLOGIES AND SOLUTIONS INC $8660.15%
74.  MACANDREWS & FORBES HOLDINGS INC $8100.14%
75.  VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS INC $8060.14%
76.  AT&T INC $8010.14%
77.  CARAHSOFT TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION $7620.13%
78.  SERCO GROUP PLC $7410.13%
79.  MICROSOFT CORP $7390.12%
80.  PATRIOT TEAM $7300.12%
81.  CERNER GOVERNMENT SERVICES  INC $7230.12%
82.  HENSEL PHELPS CONSTRUCTION CO $7190.12%
83.  EMERGENT BIOSOLUTIONS INC $7130.12%
84.  NANA REGIONAL CORP NC $6970.12%
85.  CONSORTIUM MANAGEMENT GROUP  INC $6600.11%
86.  TETRA TECH INC $6420.11%
87.  ROYAL DUTCH SHELL PLC $6280.11%
88.  CARDINAL HEALTH  INC $6240.11%
89.  SANOFI $6240.11%
90.  BP PLC $6220.11%
91.  UNISYS CORP $6210.11%
92.  CROWLEY HOLDINGS  INC $6160.10%
93.  SECURITAS CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES  INC $6160.10%
94.  BROOKHAVEN SCIENCE ASSOCIATES LLC $6140.10%
95.  GREAT LAKES DREDGE & DOCK CORP $6120.10%
96.  GOVERNMENT OF CANADA $6120.10%
97.  GEO GROUP INC, THE $6070.10%
98.  INSIGHT ENTERPRISES  INC $5870.10%
99.  UNITEDHEALTH GROUP INC $5740.10%
100. WORLD WIDE TECHNOLOGY HOLDING CO LLC $5700.10%

2018

Top 100 Contractors of Fiscal Year 2018
Global Vendor NameNumber of ActionsDollars Obligated%Total Actions%Total Dollars
Lockheed Martin 140,260$40,552,880,120.290.3380%7.2880%
Boeing 19,688$29,755,579,932.100.0470%5.3470%
Raytheon 13,418$18,767,821,886.040.0320%3.3730%
General Dynamics 31,055$17,503,127,011.850.0750%3.1450%
Northrop Grumman 11,669$11,987,896,282.900.0290%2.1540%
McKesson Corporation 76,281$8,964,990,935.620.1840%1.6110%
Huntington Ingalls Industries 3,853$7,346,840,141.640.0090%1.3200%
BAE Systems 10,079$6,877,420,876.670.0240%1.2360%
Leidos 5,456$6,771,312,451.550.0140%1.2170%
United Technologies 16,428$6,305,247,241.450.0400%1.1330%
Honeywell 10,201$6,134,031,888.710.0250%1.1020%
L3 Technologies 7,812$5,585,497,397.560.0190%1.0040%
Humana 366$5,470,866,144.970.0010%0.9830%
Booz Allen Hamilton 6,663$4,806,703,134.570.0160%0.8640%
AECOM 4,510$4,601,219,528.980.0110%0.8270%
Bechtel 138$3,801,504,993.050.0000%0.6830%
Science Applications International Corporation 247,065$3,732,698,312.370.5960%0.6710%
Fluor Corporation 544$3,648,676,914.040.0010%0.6550%
Centene Corporation 646,375$3,607,789,168.461.5590%0.6480%
Harris Corporation 3,373$3,266,402,388.500.0080%0.5870%
General Electric 8,839$3,193,853,335.770.0210%0.5740%
Battelle Memorial Institute 1,542$2,857,524,446.970.0040%0.5140%
General Atomic Technologies Corporation 763$2,751,841,125.720.0020%0.4950%
CACI International 3,553$2,729,567,962.170.0090%0.4910%
California Institute of Technology 2,775$2,727,873,918.220.0070%0.4900%
Jacobs Engineering Group 3,262$2,626,449,064.260.0080%0.4720%
Consolidated Nuclear Security 33$2,619,037,207.330.0000%0.4710%
Atlantic Diving Supply 46,732$2,533,106,814.070.1130%0.4550%
Bell Textron / Boeing 5,619$2,449,376,019.380.0140%0.4400%
Alliant Techsystems 1,219$2,348,270,084.870.0030%0.4220%
TriWest Healthcare Alliance 1,586,595$2,342,155,335.123.8270%0.4210%
AmerisourceBergen 375,426$2,309,407,533.930.9050%0.4150%
KBR 2,041$2,065,955,913.900.0050%0.3710%
Cerberus Capital Management 1,116$2,047,497,247.510.0030%0.3680%
Analytic Services 418$2,014,000,510.460.0010%0.3620%
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 36$2,009,163,897.160.0000%0.3610%
Los Alamos National Security 59$1,891,048,226.660.0000%0.3400%
Deloitte 2,251$1,886,184,526.200.0050%0.3390%
United Launch Alliance 99$1,852,050,029.870.0000%0.3330%
UT-Battelle 66$1,764,064,340.790.0000%0.3170%
CSRA 2106$1,716,922,498.080.0050%0.3080%
Accenture 1,617$1,690,850,719.150.0040%0.3040%
Textron 6,034$1,675,699,376.390.0150%0.3010%
Oshkosh Corporation 13,227$1,614,038,945.610.0320%0.2900%
Mitre Corporation 1,144$1,596,726,682.830.0030%0.2870%
Merck & Co 114$1,583,695,405.090.0000%0.2850%
Sierra Nevada Corporation 817$1,578,628,198.070.0020%0.2840%
UnitedHealth Group 390$1,515,315,171.430.0010%0.2720%
Chemonics International 257$1,512,957,703.070.0010%0.2720%
Austal 292$1,508,462,409.410.0010%0.2710%
Enterprise Services 16,626$1,467,819,060.730.0400%0.2640%
Leonardo 2,682$1,384,998,258.530.0060%0.2490%
BL Harbert Holdings 137$1,372,916,832.340.0000%0.2470%
California 1,798$1,341,174,013.610.0040%0.2410%
PAE Holding Corporation 672$1,278,275,625.930.0020%0.2300%
Johns Hopkins University 2,521$1,268,359,755.020.0060%0.2280%
IBM 1,401$1,209,810,857.140.0030%0.2170%
BP 1,421$1,136,852,723.590.0030%0.2040%
Savannah River National Laboratory 81$1,119,826,899.870.0000%0.2010%
Pfizer 448$1,092,615,282.580.0010%0.1960%
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 597$1,067,566,128.010.0010%0.1920%
Rockwell Collins 3,006$1,035,964,115.860.0070%0.1860%
The Aerospace Corporation 471$1,034,003,855.200.0010%0.1860%
SpaceX 122$1,014,446,994.590.0000%0.1820%
Arctic Slope Regional Corporation 2,415$1,010,003,226.100.0060%0.1820%
GlaxoSmithKline 289$989,885,641.020.0010%0.1780%
FedEx 12,293,886$971,090,768.7029.6520%0.1750%
Vectrus 298$962,460,460.660.0010%0.1730%
Parsons Corporation 1,064$943,213,974.610.0030%0.1700%
Royal Dutch Shell 968$937,379,110.110.0020%0.1680%
Alion Science & Technology 1,049$898,603,424.600.0030%0.1610%
ManTech International 1,448$858,160,144.810.0030%0.1540%
Engility 3,837$832,215,876.600.0090%0.1500%
Denali Holding 3,178$815,969,049.920.0080%0.1470%
Louis Berger Group 447$798,807,889.330.0010%0.1440%
AT&T 13,295$788,466,034.800.0320%0.1420%
Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company 92$764,966,702.040.0000%0.1370%
Carahsoft 3,314$758,910,489.310.0080%0.1360%
Rolls-Royce Holdings 819$746,364,093.770.0020%0.1340%
Mission Support & Test Services 28$701,229,986.920.0000%0.1260%
Patriot Team 1,010$696,468,231.460.0020%0.1250%
CDW 3,486$685,021,197.070.0080%0.1230%
Cardinal Health 334,038$684,965,596.680.8060%0.1230%
CGI 656$680,300,079.480.0020%0.1220%
Express Scripts Holding 229$668,213,565.650.0010%0.1200%
Hensel Phelps Construction 368$667,494,808.440.0010%0.1200%
ANHAM FZCO 25,502$662,500,139.280.0620%0.1190%
Triad National Security 4$648,967,944.530.0000%0.1170%
Serco 1,136$644,617,652.860.0030%0.1160%
Insight Enterprises 1,892$643,186,554.190.0050%0.1160%
Tetra Tech 1,981$642,541,613.010.0050%0.1150%
Perspecta 3,686$630,734,088.070.0090%0.1130%
Environmental Chemical Corporation 170$627,670,543.980.0000%0.1130%
Iron Bow Holdings 3,108$619,682,917.200.0070%0.1110%
Leland Stanford Junior University 287$613,516,267.990.0010%0.1100%
Sanofi 102$610,021,981.520.0000%0.1100%
NANA Regional Corporation 1,172$599,058,7460.0030%0.1080%
Brookhaven Science Associates 41$594,116,923.330.0000%0.1070%
MacAndrews & Forbes 1,771$590,407,677.750.0040%0.1060%
M1 Support Services 226$579,909,688.450.0010%0.1040%

2015

Top 100 Contractors FY2015 by Dollars Obligated [7]
RankGlobal Vendor NameActions PerformedDollars Obligated%Total Actions%Total Dollars
1 Lockheed Martin 121,387$36,259,911,070.830.6866%8.2999%
2 Boeing 13,201$16,646,781,379.520.0747%3.8104%
3 General Dynamics 21,945$13,632,984,913.570.1241%3.1206%
4 Raytheon Company 10,554$13,114,246,704.690.0597%3.0018%
5 Northrop Grumman 11,628$10,637,246,770.720.0658%2.4349%
6 McKesson Corporation 106,371$8,358,491,280.540.6017%1.9133%
7 United Technologies 25,400$6,792,039,706.410.1437%1.5547%
8 L-3 Communications 8,493$5,450,824,009.650.0480%1.2477%
9 Bechtel 201$4,645,069,049.630.0011%1.0633%
10 BAE Systems 10,541$4,436,736,025.430.0596%1.0156%
11 Huntington Ingalls Industries 2,815$3,658,243,433.800.0159%0.8374%
12 Humana 359$3,606,978,123.200.0020%0.8256%
13 Science Applications International Corporation 65,985$3,379,536,958.400.3736%0.7721%
14 Booz Allen Hamilton 7,113$3,297,743,554.140.0402%0.7549%
15 Health Net 238,665$3,020,424,385.161.3500%0.6914%
16 Computer Sciences Corporation 3,993$2,756,927,050.450.0226%0.6311%
17 UnitedHealth Group 47,752$2,717,025,525.590.2701%0.6219%
18 Aecom 5,755$2,642,891,178.550.0336%0.6035%
19 Leidos 5,416$2,616,770,962.110.0306%0.5990%
20 Harris Corporation 3,619$2,408,484,467.320.0205%0.5513%
21 General Atomics 794$2,367,308,868.690.0045%0.5419%
22 Hewlett-Packard 19,814$2,339,463,638.010.1121%0.5355%
23 Battelle Memorial Institute 1,920$2,160,120,731.760.0109%0.4945%
24 United Launch Alliance 127$2,101,574,375.780.0007%0.4811%
25 Los Alamos National Security 43$2,101,199,645.510.0002%0.4810%
26 Caci International 3,432$2,060,262,978.750.0194%0.4716%
27Bell Boeing Joint Project Office2,570$2,043,291,313.120.0145%0.4677%
28 AmerisourceBergen 207,887$1,905,142,847.421.1759%0.4361%
29 California Institute of Technology 2,094$1,865,908,370.620.0118%0.4271%
30 Honeywell 6,941$1,779,793,073.480.0393%0.4074%
31 General Electric 7,168$1,694,742,834.630.0406%0.3879%
32 Cerberus Capital Management 1,147$1,661,418,631.900.0065%0.3803%
33Consolidated Nuclear Security28$1,649,049,334.460.0002%0.3775%
34 Alliant Techsystems 2,340$1,639,683,465.610.0132%0.3753%
35 Textron 4,568$1,601,995,468.590.0258%0.3667%
36 Lawrence Livermore National Security 75$1,479,337,728.490.0004%0.3386%
37 Jacobs Engineering Group 3,447$1,478,726,652.430.0195%0.3385%
38 Merck & Co 169$1,429,525,856.360.0010%0.3272%
39 Oshkosh Corporation 7,503$1,425,719,452.890.0424%0.3264%
40 URS Corporation 1,053$1,419,404,544.210.0060%0.3249%
41 Accenture 1,235$1,405,912,537.520.0070%0.3218%
42 UT-Battelle 54$1,382,350,891.110.0003%0.3164%
43 Mitre Corporation 923$1,375,216,972.360.0052%0.3148%
44 Geo Group 743$1,305,212,285.820.0046%0.2960%
45 Deloitte 2,135$1,271,569,331.970.0121%0.2911%
46 Cardinal Health 345,938$1,237,765,959.701.9568%0.2833%
47 IBM 1,766$1,146,316,171.130.0100%0.2624%
48 Hensel Phelps Construction 959$1,136,826,512.500.0058%0.2588%
49Atlantic Diving Supply21,505$1,127,681,555.030.1216%0.2581%
50 CDW 8,561$1,126,071,331.580.0506%0.2560%
51Partnership For Supply Chain Management8$1,116,394,260.000.0000%0.2541%
52 Fluor Corporation 620$1,104,860,125.360.0035%0.2529%
53Sterling Parent2,016$1,076,045,234.020.0114%0.2463%
54 CH2M Hill 1,810$1,058,458,310.440.0102%0.2423%
55State Of California2,058$1,043,133,029.250.0116%0.2388%
56 Johns Hopkins University 2,306$1,042,573,951.790.0130%0.2386%
57Pae Holding Corporation722$1,038,319,541.720.0041%0.2377%
58Patriot Team1,202$1,023,751,398.290.0072%0.2325%
59 European Aeronautic Defence And Space Company 3,061$1,022,394,435.830.0185%0.2326%
60 Massachusetts Institute Of Technology 418$1,008,987,437.690.0024%0.2310%
61 Chugach Alaska Corporation 3,975$1,002,301,572.730.0238%0.2278%
62 Sierra Nevada Corporation 828$991,348,427.350.0047%0.2269%
63 CoreCivic 276$955,440,686.360.0017%0.2171%
64Vectrus Systems Corporation517$939,981,606.370.0029%0.2152%
65 MacAndrews & Forbes 1,253$918,230,264.440.0071%0.2102%
66 Pfizer 280$915,457,674.740.0016%0.2096%
67 The Aerospace Corporation 429$891,293,226.350.0024%0.2040%
68 Royal Dutch Shell 777$889,306,927.730.0044%0.2036%
69 Savannah River National Laboratory 72$888,787,570.740.0004%0.2034%
70 Bahrain Petroleum Company 103$864,975,051.990.0006%0.1980%
71 Austal 127$845,997,862.190.0007%0.1937%
72 Mantech International 2,082$845,737,909.230.0118%0.1936%
73Mccarthy Mortenson Nbaf A Joint Venture7$842,970,468.000.0000%0.1930%
74 Arctic Slope Regional Corporation 1,558$831,366,667.430.0088%0.1903%
75 Exelis 2,068$829,184,993.140.0117%0.1898%
76 Rockwell Collins 2,413$821,017,550.480.0137%0.1879%
77 Coins 'N Things 223$797,898,825.810.0013%0.1826%
78 CGI 1,172$775,107,940.480.0066%0.1774%
79 ExxonMobil 278$770,793,543.460.0016%0.1764%
80Denali Holding5,820$757,055,487.350.0329%0.1733%
81 Alion Science and Technology 1,284$743,165,970.670.0073%0.1701%
82 Johns Hopkins Health Sys Corp 33$726,110,658.120.0002%0.1647%
83 SpaceX 46$672,805,700.060.0003%0.1540%
84 FedEx 6,159,100$660,967,648.5134.8395%0.1513%
85 Valero Energy 409$645,962,647.930.0023%0.1479%
86 Wyle Laboratories 1,309$642,109,898.400.0074%0.1470%
87 AT&T 10,184$629,937,452.220.0576%0.1442%
88 Sanofi 230$625,879,250.360.0013%0.1433%
89 GlaxoSmithKline 183$617,114,539.150.0010%0.1413%
90 Serco 1,193$575,085,983.680.0068%0.1316%
91 Navistar International 1,398$575,070,751.350.0079%0.1316%
92 Berkshire Hathaway 1,937$571,691,663.240.0110%0.1309%
93 Rolls-Royce North America 873$550,725,221.560.0049%0.1261%
94 Express Scripts 196$543,588,235.510.0011%0.1244%
95 BL Harbert International 113$537,767,715.180.0006%0.1231%
96 Insight Enterprises 1,835$534,665,924.240.0104%0.1224%
97National Security Technologies31$524,715,956.100.0002%0.1201%
98Caddell Construction Co141$490,729,304.410.0009%0.1105%
99 Chemonics 234$488,918,571.200.0015%0.1101%
100Mythics905$479,849,039.650.0058%0.1080%

Fiscal years 2008, 2009 and 2010

Top 100 Contractors
Rank (2010)CompanyIndustryTotalRank (2009)CompanyIndustryTotalRank (2008)CompanyIndustryTotal
1 Lockheed Martin (NYSE :  LMT) Aerospace and Defense $35,828,421,340.831 Lockheed Martin (NYSE :  LMT) Aerospace and Defense $38,512,401,433.231 Lockheed Martin Corporation (NYSE :  LMT) Aerospace and Defense $34,955,972,832.62
2 Boeing (NYSE :  BA) Aerospace and Defense $19,486,294,255.832 Boeing (NYSE :  BA) Aerospace and Defense $21,956,065,368.892 Boeing (NYSE :  BA) Aerospace and Defense $23,056,115,114.57
3 Northrop Grumman (NYSE :  NOC) Aerospace and Defense $16,797,921,451.223 Northrop Grumman (NYSE :  NOC) Aerospace and Defense $19,654,882,647.823 Northrop Grumman (NYSE :  NOC) Aerospace and Defense $20,911,547,618.33
4 General Dynamics (NYSE :  GD) Defense $15,249,055,811.754 General Dynamics (NYSE :  GD) Defense $16,432,366,120.404 General Dynamics (NYSE :  GD) Defense $15,498,861,106.20
5 Raytheon Company (NYSE :  RTN) Aerospace and Defense $15,245,234,506.525 Raytheon Company (NYSE :  RTN) Aerospace and Defense $16,106,903,431.285 BAE Systems (LSE :  BA.) Aerospace and Defense $15,234,852,409.75
6 United Technologies (NYSE :  UTX) Conglomerate $7,721,459,648.986 United Technologies (NYSE :  UTX) Conglomerate $7,538,417,441.356 Raytheon Company (NYSE :  RTN) Aerospace and Defense $14,701,172,323.31
7 L-3 Communications (NYSE :  LLL) Communications and Defense $7,445,106,575.437 L-3 Communications (NYSE :  LLL) Communications and Defense $7,538,417,441.357 Emerson Construction Company Construction $13,951,282,017.40
8 Oshkosh Corporation (NYSE :  OSK) Trucks and Vehicles $7,243,489,906.258 BAE Systems (LSE :  BA.) Aerospace and Defense $7,538,417,441.358 United Technologies (NYSE :  UTX) Conglomerate $8,898,279,724.45
9 SAIC (NYSE :  SAIC) Technology and Defense $6,796,280,361.669 SAIC (NYSE :  SAIC) Technology and Defense $7,469,492,207.539 L-3 Communications (NYSE :  LLL) Communications and Defense $6,545,966,092.28
10 BAE Systems (LSE :  BA.) Aerospace and Defense $6,561,185,112.8410 Oshkosh Corporation (NYSE :  OSK) Trucks and Vehicles $7,030,720,447.9210 KBR (NYSE :  KBR) Engineering, Construction and Private Military Company $5,995,025,350.74
11 Cerberus Capital Management Private Equity $4,768,901,697.8911 McKesson (NYSE :  MCK) Healthcare $6,566,776,579.5011 SAIC (NYSE :  SAIC) Technology and Defense $5,932,121,220.23
12 McKesson (NYSE :  MCK) Healthcare $4,601,060,051.5812 KBR (NYSE :  KBR) Engineering, Construction and Private Military Company $6,396,926,524.3312 Navistar Defense Trucks and Vehicles $4,727,948,333.49
13 Computer Sciences Corporation (NYSE :  CSC) IT Services and IT Consulting $4,372,553,085.0413 Bechtel Engineering and Construction $5,253,901,781.6813 MacAndrews & Forbes Private Equity $4,712,823,714.60
14 URS Corporation (NYSE :  URS) Engineering $3,947,003,912.8114 Computer Sciences Corporation (NYSE :  CSC) IT Services and IT Consulting $4,638,238,836.9014 McKesson (NYSE :  MCK) Healthcare $4,630,016,458.67
15 Bechtel Engineering and Construction $3,939,025,644.1215 General Electric (NYSE :  GE) Conglomerate $4,288,347,658.3915 Computer Sciences Corporation (NYSE :  CSC) IT Services and IT Consulting $4,382,495,830.41
16 Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE :  BAH) Consulting $3,748,607,534.5216 Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE :  BAH) Consulting $4,154,871,707.6316 ITT Corporation (NYSE :  ITT) Conglomerate $4,340,195,851.91
17 KBR (NYSE :  KBR) Engineering, Construction and Private Military Company $3,625,557,555.8217 Humana (NYSE :  HUM) Health Insurance $3,801,724,603.6317 Bechtel Engineering and Construction $4,211,344,745.83
18 Harris Corporation (NYSE :  HRS) Communications $3,301,564,466.1118 CH2M Hill Engineering and Construction $3,477,544,402.5618 General Electric (NYSE :  GE) Conglomerate $3,834,032,403.41
19 Humana (NYSE :  HUM) Health Insurance $3,248,780,847.6219 ITT Corporation (NYSE :  ITT) Conglomerate $3,437,969,127.6619 URS Corporation (NYSE :  URS) Engineering $3,490,848,518.80
20 Health Net (NYSE :  HNT) Health Insurance $3,224,143,073.2420Veritas Capital Management II Private Equity $3,371,700,097.3520 Humana (NYSE :  HUM) Health Insurance $2,959,882,153.60
21 General Electric (NYSE :  GE) Conglomerate $3,134,833,212.8521 Health Net (NYSE :  HNT) Health Insurance $3,050,526,659.8621 Textron (NYSE :  TXT) Conglomerate $2,824,829,825.72
22 ITT Corporation (NYSE :  ITT) Conglomerate $2,814,320,312.0022 Honeywell (NYSE :  HON) Conglomerate $2,938,415,700.7422 Bell Boeing Joint Project Office Aerospace and Defense $2,801,354,948.05
23 Bell Boeing Joint Project Office Aerospace and Defense $2,752,694,557.2123 MacAndrews & Forbes Private Equity $2,842,793,177.6123 Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE :  BAH) Consulting $2,794,473,592.20
24 TriWest Healthcare Alliance Health Benefits $2,721,404,316.0424 TriWest Healthcare Alliance Health Benefits $2,756,985,745.6724 Health Net (NYSE :  HNT) Health Insurance $2,632,042,610.19
25 Government of Canada $2,678,746,839.3325 Bell Boeing Joint Project Office Aerospace and Defense $2,728,652,735.6725 Hewlett-Packard (NYSE :  HPQ) Computer Systems and IT Services $2,625,241,243.98
26 CACI (NYSE :  CACI) IT Services $2,634,468,461.9026 Los Alamos National Security Technology $2,672,212,524.4226 Harris Corporation (NYSE :  HRS) Communications $2,367,592,807.59
27 Honeywell (NYSE :  HON) Conglomerate $2,432,045,145.4027 Alliant Techsystems (NYSE :  ATK) Aerospace and Defense $2,620,340,065.8527 TriWest Healthcare Alliance Health Benefits $2,366,975,634.00
28 Battelle Memorial Institute Technology $2,329,849,622.3528 Battelle Memorial Institute Technology $2,482,563,090.0328 DynCorp Private Military Company $2,316,452,087.10
29 Textron (NYSE :  TXT) Conglomerate $2,216,419,550.8629 Savannah River National Laboratory Energy $2,482,063,479.6929 Battelle Memorial Institute Technology $2,267,297,950.94
30 Los Alamos National Security Technology $2,204,845,560.1430 URS Corporation (NYSE :  URS) Engineering $2,319,114,845.3530 Los Alamos National Security Technology $2,180,842,942.05
31 Alliant Techsystems (NYSE :  ATK) Aerospace and Defense $2,197,273,707.8831 Electronic Data Systems Corporation IT Services $2,234,182,854.8531 Honeywell (NYSE :  HON) Conglomerate $2,166,700,213.06
32Supreme Group Holding SARL Food Supplies $2,122,754,640.0332 Harris Corporation (NYSE :  HRS) Communications $2,109,236,009.9932 The Public Warehousing Company KSC (KRX : AGLTY) Logistics $2,141,563,895.01
33 Jacobs Engineering Group (NYSE :  JEC) Engineering and Construction $2,059,889,624.4633 Agility (KRX : AGLTY) Logistics $2,101,111,497.9533 Lawrence Livermore National Security Research and Technology $2,097,721,853.59
34 Fluor Corporation (NYSE :  FLR) Engineering and Construction $1,905,633,027.4534 Royal Dutch Shell (LSE :  RDSA)(LSE :  RDSB) Oil and Gas $2,022,727,548.8134 Finmeccanica (BIT :  FNC ) Aerospace, Defense and Energy $2,025,631,042.98
35 Abu Dhabi National Oil Company Oil $1,895,207,544.0035 CACI (NYSE :  CACI) IT Services $2,016,836,386.7735 Alliant Techsystems (NYSE :  ATK) Aerospace and Defense $1,931,415,989.63
36 Navistar International (NYSE :  NAV) Trucks and Vehicles $1,888,875,971.6636 DRS Technologies Defense $1,906,877,996.6736 Oshkosh Corporation (NYSE :  OSK) Trucks and Vehicles $1,878,291,038.62
37 General Atomics Defense and Energy $1,862,745,579.3037 IBM (NYSE :  IBM) Computer Systems and IT Services $1,895,669,580.2437 California Institute of Technology Research and Technology $1,795,703,976.84
38 United Space Alliance Aerospace $1,807,836,968.1938 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Research and Technology $1,889,303,510.9238 Federal Express Charter Program Team Arrangement (NYSE :  FDX) Courier $1,785,873,190.83
39 Hewlett-Packard (NYSE :  HPQ) Computer Systems and IT Services $1,767,768,233.9339 Bahrain Petroleum Company Oil $1,814,934,913.2739 United Space Alliance Aerospace $1,748,395,905.80
40Creative Associates International International Development $1,767,520,077.4440 California Institute of Technology Research and Technology $1,755,686,974.5540 Jacobs Engineering Group (NYSE :  JEC) Engineering and Construction $1,727,652,364.16
41 Dell (Nasdaq :  Dell) Computer Systems and IT Services $1,714,725,489.3641 BP (LSE :  BP) Oil and Gas $1,754,532,741.6441 BP (LSE :  BP) Oil and Gas $1,720,899,473.95
42 ManTech International IT Services $1,703,119,783.0342 Jacobs Engineering Group (NYSE :  JEC) Engineering and Construction $1,742,189,110.7042 IBM (NYSE :  IBM) Computer Systems and IT Services $1,620,563,760.31
43 California Institute of Technology Research and Technology $1,663,548,743.0343 UT-Battelle Research and Energy $1,692,140,156.6443 Royal Dutch Shell (LSE :  RDSA)(LSE :  RDSB) Oil and Gas $1,594,316,500.73
44 IBM (NYSE :  IBM) Computer Systems and IT Services $1,653,157,521.1144 Hensel Phelps Construction Construction $1,685,933,488.3344 Fluor Corporation (NYSE :  FLR) Engineering and Construction $1,566,904,105.68
45 Evergreen International Airlines Logistics $1,612,054,323.8045 Novartis (SIX :  NOVN) Pharmaceuticals $1,672,992,683.2145 The Shaw Group (NYSE :  SHAW) Engineering and Construction $1,565,537,990.31
46 UT-Battelle Research and Energy $1,552,706,037.8246 United Space Alliance Aerospace $1,577,647,711.8946 CACI (NYSE :  CACI) IT Services $1,507,017,809.63
47 Lawrence Livermore National Security Research and Technology $1,532,081,365.8947 Cerberus Capital Management Private Equity $1,561,670,857.0447 Evergreen International Airlines Logistics $1,445,897,765.35
48 Apptis Holdings (NYSE :  URS) Engineering $1,519,667,910.4948 Washington Group International Engineering and Construction $1,523,028,716.0148 Hensel Phelps Construction Construction $1,414,049,214.01
49 Finmeccanica (BIT :  FNC ) Aerospace, Defense and Energy $1,500,809,378.9949 Federal Express Charter Program Team Arrangement (NYSE :  FDX) Courier $1,518,819,344.9749 CH2M Hill Engineering and Construction $1,379,239,343.37
50 FedEx (NYSE :  FDX) Courier $1,447,106,532.2650 Lawrence Livermore National Security Research and Technology $1,505,850,950.4250 Force Protection (Nasdaq :  FRPT) Defense and Vehicles $1,360,427,188.60
51 Rockwell Collins (NYSE :  COL) Aerospace $1,419,584,132.4751 The Shaw Group (NYSE :  SHAW) Engineering and Construction $1,492,966,207.3251 AmerisourceBergen (NYSE :  ABC) Pharmaceuticals $1,325,105,366.76
52 Spectrum Group International Precious metals $1,404,897,327.1352 General Atomics Defense and Energy $1,432,571,139.9752 Rockwell Collins (NYSE :  COL) Aerospace $1,240,738,202.63
53 Merck & Co (NYSE :  MRK) Pharmaceuticals $1,402,363,802.3153 Dell (Nasdaq :  Dell) Computer Systems and IT Services $1,406,764,176.3153 UT-Battelle Research and Energy $1,202,225,092.29
54 AmerisourceBergen (NYSE :  ABC) Pharmaceuticals $1,352,857,126.0754 Merck & Co (NYSE :  MRK) Pharmaceuticals $1,389,651,320.9154 General Atomics Defense and Energy $1,142,082,245.99
55 The Public Warehousing Company KSC (KRX : AGLTY) Logistics $1,302,596,360.5155 Sanofi-Aventis (Euronext :  SAN) Pharmaceuticals $1,367,190,046.3655 Merck & Co (NYSE :  MRK) Pharmaceuticals $1,131,811,521.00
56 CH2M Hill Engineering and Construction $1,283,188,935.9956 BearingPoint Management Consulting $1,361,515,489.1056 Dell (Nasdaq :  Dell) Computer Systems and IT Services $1,104,501,153.38
57 Mitre Corporation Research $1,152,657,276.0357 Evergreen International Airlines Logistics $1,322,675,791.3757Red Star Enterprises Logistics and Aviation Fuel $1,069,266,940.96
58 Lockheed Missiles and Space Company (NYSE :  LMT) Aerospace and Defense $1,136,761,929.6058 International Military and Government Trucks and Vehicles $1,317,741,892.3458 Mitre Corporation Research $1,065,425,164.22
59Atlantic Diving Supply Logistics $1,130,403,977.2659 BWX Technologies Nuclear Power and Nuclear Weapons $1,308,400,941.0559 SRA International (NYSE :  SRX) IT Services $1,051,711,542.54
60 The Shaw Group (NYSE :  SHAW) Engineering and Construction $1,082,847,660.9060 AmerisourceBergen (NYSE :  ABC) Pharmaceuticals $1,307,252,074.8160 Valero Energy (NYSE :  VLO) Oil $1,043,869,550.58
61 SRA International (NYSE :  SRX) IT Services $1,081,861,297.5161 Clark Enterprises Construction $1,296,545,032.1161 VSE Corporation (Nasdaq :  VSEC) Engineering and Logistics $1,039,172,615.94
62 MacAndrews & Forbes Private Equity $1,080,535,708.3962 Textron (NYSE :  TXT) Conglomerate $1,282,747,803.5262 Cardinal Health (NYSE :  CAH) Healthcare $1,037,057,234.35
63 Sanofi-Aventis (Euronext :  SAN) Pharmaceuticals $1,073,294,237.2563 Rockwell Collins (NYSE :  COL) Aerospace $1,249,784,311.6463 Bahrain Petroleum Company Oil $1,017,695,559.95
64 Royal Dutch Shell (LSE :  RDSA)(LSE :  RDSB) Oil and Gas $1,054,997,970.7964 Mitre Corporation Research $1,221,865,890.5864 Cerberus Capital Management II Private Equity $993,815,549.73
65 Pfizer (NYSE :  PFE) Pharmaceuticals $1,050,962,428.7265International Oil Trading Co Logistics and Aviation Fuel $1,178,743,763.2965 State of California $989,547,208.03
66 State of California $1,036,635,924.1166 Fluor Corporation (NYSE :  FLR) Engineering and Construction $1,056,803,614.5666 Accenture (NYSE :  ACN) Management Consulting $920,404,673.42
67 Cardinal Health (NYSE :  CAH) Healthcare $1,035,562,874.3967 Valero Energy (NYSE :  VLO) Oil $1,049,289,818.2767 Abu Dhabi National Oil Company Oil $918,256,500.00
68 BP (LSE :  BP) Oil and Gas $1,033,361,493.1968 Hawker Beechcraft Aerospace $1,028,557,215.7568 Hawker Beechcraft Aerospace $874,794,712.56
69 Kuwait Petroleum Corporation Oil $1,011,618,403.5569 GlaxoSmithKline (LSE :  GSK) Pharmaceuticals $969,722,172.9769 ManTech International IT Services $853,711,844.97
70 Hensel Phelps Construction Construction $1,006,122,672.5970 Gulf Intracoastal Constructors Construction $963,520,252.0070 Carlyle Partners IV Private Equity $852,771,287.02
71 Johns Hopkins University Research $963,056,456.2271 SRA International (NYSE :  SRX) IT Services $959,813,110.5271 BWX Technologies Nuclear Power and Nuclear Weapons $834,192,631.13
72 Court Square Capital Partners Private Equity $938,740,551.1572 Rolls-Royce Group (LSE :  RR.) Aerospace and Defense $956,840,034.3472 Qinetiq (LSE :  QQ.) Defense $828,288,315.50
73 Babcock & Wilcox Technical Services Y-12 (NYSE :  BWC) Nuclear Power and Nuclear Weapons $901,703,737.6373 Accenture (NYSE :  ACN) Management Consulting $931,307,113.3073 Unisys (NYSE :  UIS) IT Services $821,086,499.84
74 Savannah River National Laboratory Energy $884,502,713.2574 Afinsa Art and Antiques $925,324,294.4074 The Aerospace Corporation Aerospace $806,585,744.73
75 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Research and Technology $876,792,510.1475 Cardinal Health (NYSE :  CAH) Healthcare $920,465,888.6475 ExxonMobil (NYSE :  XOM) Oil and Gas $792,326,908.08
76 BL Harbert International Construction $873,789,545.3676Alliance for Sustainable Energy Energy $914,172,435.5276 Arctic Slope Regional Corporation Alaska Native Corporation $791,154,484.21
77 Rolls-Royce Group (LSE :  RR.) Aerospace and Defense $868,151,382.6577Supreme Foodservice Food Supplies $912,510,126.4777 Government of Canada $784,813,738.43
78 Deloitte Accountancy and Consulting $863,904,112.0878 Johns Hopkins University Research $893,838,673.8778 BearingPoint Management Consulting $781,773,181.83
79 Clark Enterprises Construction $862,480,601.3579 EDO Corporation Defense $889,426,683.8979Afognak Native Corporation Alaska Native Corporation $749,557,576.49
80 The Aerospace Corporation Aerospace $845,409,358.8180 ManTech International IT Services $844,177,835.7080 Tetra Tech (Nasdaq :  TTEK) Engineering and Construction $748,292,508.86
81 CGI Group (NYSE :  GIB) IT Services and Consulting $841,453,900.2881 Brookhaven Science Associates Research $839,331,231.3581 Motor Oil (Hellas) Corinth Refineries (Athex :  MOH) Oil $724,853,532.89
82 Accenture (NYSE :  ACN) Management Consulting $835,279,268.5082 The Aerospace Corporation Aerospace $836,890,221.4782 NANA Regional Corporation Alaska Native Corporation $709,960,870.49
83 Tetra Tech (Nasdaq :  TTEK) Engineering and Construction $821,762,222.1183 Sierra Nevada Corporation Aerospace $792,006,704.6583 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Research and Technology $700,391,666.45
84 NANA Regional Corporation Alaska Native Corporation $772,578,131.4784 VSE Corporation (Nasdaq :  VSEC) Engineering and Logistics $787,563,519.6584 General Motors (NYSE :  GM) Automobiles $695,287,579.72
85Caddell Construction Co Construction $771,392,564.4085 The Regents of the University of California Higher Education and Research $766,179,039.6885 Johns Hopkins University Research $676,644,753.25
86 Unisys (NYSE :  UIS) IT Services $761,736,911.8886 Chugach Alaska Corporation Alaska Native Corporation $765,196,736.2686 Interpublic Group of Companies (NYSE :  IPG) Advertising $662,462,488.60
87 Sierra Nevada Corporation Aerospace $756,336,058.5487 UChicago Argonne Research $764,049,422.7887 Sanofi-Aventis (Euronext :  SAN) Pharmaceuticals $655,721,722.04
88 VSE Corporation (Nasdaq :  VSEC) Engineering and Logistics $713,710,543.8088 SK Energy (KRX:SK) Energy and Chemicals $760,801,383.0888Supreme Foodservice Food Supplies $647,150,277.81
89 United Parcel Service (NYSE :  UPS) Courier $701,410,728.6089 Anthem Health of Indiana (NYSE :  WLP) Health Insurance $750,304,988.8589 AECOM (NYSE :  ACM) Engineering $646,563,551.30
90 Brookhaven National Laboratory Research $692,037,933.6690 Unisys Corporation (NYSE :  UIS) IT Services $746,459,678.2990 Chugach Alaska Corporation Alaska Native Corporation $617,893,411.73
91 Arctic Slope Regional Corporation Alaska Native Corporation $690,633,670.2991 Washington River Protection Solutions Environmental remediation $739,234,326.2391 Rolls-Royce Group (LSE :  RR.) Aerospace and Defense $587,716,822.40
92 Qinetiq (LSE :  QQ.) Defense $689,036,864.4992Afognak Native Corporation Alaska Native Corporation $715,715,816.2592 RO Defence Projects Defense $579,754,142.06
93 Serco (LSE :  SRP) Government services $681,528,513.0093 General Motors (NYSE :  GM) Automobiles $707,035,778.2893 Afinsa Art and Antiques $573,328,671.03
94 Mission Essential Personnel Personnel services $681,306,025.5394 Hochtief (FWB :  HOT) Construction $696,296,688.9494 G4S (LSE :  GFS) Security $564,724,730.63
95 AT&T (NYSE :  T) Communications $678,313,197.4195 Kongsberg Gruppen Defense and$683,372,049.3495Caddell Construction Co Construction $552,376,900.49
96 UChicago Argonne Research $674,142,436.5696 Wyeth-Ayerst International (NYSE :  PFE) Pharmaceuticals $682,839,473.6196 Babcock & Wilcox Technical Services Pantex (NYSE :  BWC) Nuclear Power and Nuclear Weapons $548,787,297.08
97Afognak Native Corporation Alaska Native Corporation $665,334,937.3697Veritas Capital Fund II Private Equity $677,611,257.0797 UChicago Argonne Research $533,789,340.06
98 G4S (LSE :  GFS) Security $664,823,559.5798The Walsh Group Construction $656,375,864.0898 FLIR Systems (Nasdaq :  FLIR) Thermal Imaging $527,680,128.53
99Combat Support Associates Defense $659,881,481.0099 Tetra Tech (Nasdaq :  TTEK) Engineering and Construction $637,978,728.1399 Corrections Corporation of America (NYSE :  CXW) Prisons $526,091,285.63
100 AECOM (NYSE :  ACM) Engineering $641,704,588.92100 Arctic Slope Regional Corporation Alaska Native Corporation $637,187,790.85100 Savannah River National Laboratory Energy $524,919,659.91

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