Government Executive 1999 Top 200 Federal Contractors Issue

Top 200 Federal Contractors
OVERVIEW
Shifting the Risk
New share-in-savings contracts transfer the financial risk from agencies to vendors.
Top 200 Government Contractors

INTERVIEW
Making Reform Stick
Deidre Lee, government's procurement policy chief, has the tough job of institutionalizing the acquisition revolution.

DEFENSE
Grave New World
Expanding global threats have left Pentagon planners looking for new ways to meet future requirements.
Top 100 Defense Contractors

CIVILIAN AGENCIES
Progress Slow But Sure
Agencies are gradually seeing the benefit of procurement reforms.
Top 100 Civilian Agency Contractors

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Agencies Look Beyond Y2K
With the millennium changeover more or less under control, agencies are thinking about new IT programs and new ways to implement them.
Top 50 Information Technology Contractors

TRAVEL
On the Road Again
In 1998, agencies once again spent more on travel than they expected.

PROFILES
Top 10 Government Contractors

Top Government Purchasers
Navy
Air Force
Army
Department of Energy
NASA

Top Contract Categories
Aircraft
Research and Development
Electronics and Communications
Missiles

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