Top 40 Federal Management Consulting Firms

Company FY 96 Contracts (in millions)
1. KPMG Peat Marwick $64.3
2. National Medical Association $61.1
3. Booz Allen & Hamilton $51.7
4. Partners for International Education $34.9
5. Gilbert Associates $30.8
6. Science Applications Int'l Corp. $28.9
7. Price Waterhouse LLP $27.3
8. Litton Industries Inc. $23.6
9. Computer Sciences Corporation $23.5
10.Robins-Gioia Inc. $23.1
11.Lockheed Martin Corp. $20.9
12.BDM Corp. $20.4
13.Dyncorp. $17.8
14.Information Tech Solutions $16.4
15.Coopers & Lybrand LLP $15.8
16.Coleman Research $15.1
17.Arthur Andersen & Co. $15.0
18.American Institue in Taiwan $14.1
19.Erly Industries $13.5
20.TRW, Inc. $13.5
21.Development Alternatives $12.9
22.Science and Applied Technology $12.9
23.Rand Corp. $12.9
24.Virginia Tech Informational Reports $11.6
25.ABT Associates Inc. $11.3
26.Ronco Consulting $10.9
27.CACI Internation Inc. $10.4
28.Global Exchange Inc. $10.0
29.TFG Holdings $10.0
30.General Motors Corp. $9.5
31.AMS $9.4
32.Abacus Technology Corp. $9.1
33.John Snow Inc. $9.0
34.Kajax Engineering $8.9
35.Westat Inc. $8.8
36.Dynamic Internation Inc. $8.5
37.SRA International Inc. $8.5
38.Star Mountain Inc. $8.4
39.Resource Management $7.7
40.International Business & Tech $7.6
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