Government Executive 1998 Top 200 Federal Contractors Issue

Top 200 Federal Contractors
Premium on Performance
Government is cranking up performance pressure on its contractors.
Top 200 Government Contractors

New Purchasing Rules Take Root
Long-awaited reforms are changing the way agencies go about the business of procurement.
Top 100 Civilian Agency Contractors

The End of Merger Mania
Pentagon officials who once encouraged mega-mergers of defense contrators have decided that enough is enough.
Top 100 Defense Contractors

Services and Software Pick Up the Pace
Unconstrained by old procurement procedures, agencies are acquiring professional and technical services at a rapid clip.
Top 50 Information Technology Contractors

Plotting a New Course
The last year has brought increases both in the amount of federal travel and in the pace of travel reform.

Top 10 Government Contractors

Top Government Purchasers
Air Force
Department of Energy
Defense Logistics Agency

Top Contract Categories
Research and Development
Electronics and Communications
DoD Training Systems and Services

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