Top 100 Civilian Contractors

Total Purchases: $119,114,765,996

Rank Parent Company Total Energy Department NASA
1 Lockheed Martin Corp. $6,163,538,980 $2,406,169,948 $2,418,561,053
2 University of California System 4,169,765,836 4,002,659,813 102,285,730
3 McKesson Corp. 3,764,859,298 0 0
4 Bechtel Group Inc. 2,935,952,241 2,465,493,452 70,000
5 Fluor Corp. 2,545,364,500 1,004,518,756 0
6 Battelle Memorial Institute 2,038,595,554 1,891,823,835 12,779,434
7 Boeing Co. 1,901,165,247 9,169,121 1,821,079,271
8 SAIC 1,865,558,246 172,777,300 434,989,707
9 Northrop Grumman Corp. 1,796,046,630 13,412,008 471,989,178
10 California Institute of Technology 1,712,540,003 0 1,712,226,318
11 CH2M Hill Companies Ltd. 1,576,548,085 1,032,943,778 6,110,219
12 BNFL Inc. 1,428,996,907 1,428,918,503 33,000
13 Computer Sciences Corp. 1,299,285,018 33,173,801 157,889,107
14 McDermott Inc. 1,236,611,322 1,236,602,854 0
15 Shaw Group Inc. 1,041,534,602 163,864,742 0
16 IBM Corp. 1,021,938,494 15,175,143 4,442,947
17 Veritas Capital Inc. 903,259,683 2,361,668 0
18 General Dynamics Corp. 883,690,489 396,843 6,689,913
19 Honeywell Inc. 781,221,212 464,760,147 276,535,610
20 Unisys Corp. 660,709,592 0 11,151,054
21 Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. 650,612,264 29,199,676 9,381,263
22 L-3 Communications Holdings 624,140,780 394,512 31,677,800
23 Blackwater USA 563,648,726 0 0
24 United Technologies Corp. 557,715,596 12,868,194 519,894,666
25 GlaxoSmithKline 547,523,145 0 0
26 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. 544,859,855 26,035,512 437,678,315
27 University of Tennessee System 532,094,314 527,351,211 1,825,005
28 Washington Group International 530,841,060 530,599,268 0
29 Cangene Corp. 509,685,967 0 0
30 Raytheon Co. 506,883,017 64,370,100 119,864,084
31 Merck & Co. Inc. 480,927,895 0 50,091
32 Alliant Techsystems Inc. 467,637,634 523,966 460,036,877
33 Accenture 462,968,348 0 10,913,948
34 G4S PLC 458,306,708 226,703,180 4,230,961
35 EDS 442,978,803 122,885 378,414
36 Aventis 440,359,282 0 0
37 SRA International Inc. 439,945,657 286,000 511,399
38 AKAL Security Inc. 433,110,695 0 5,887,311
39 A-Mark Financial Corp. 419,017,438 0 0
40 Brookhaven Science Assoc. LLC 395,631,738 395,533,740 0
41 Stanford University 392,354,692 329,693,042 54,693,168
42 Westat Inc. 375,365,689 45,000 0
43 Wyeth 366,601,152 0 0
44 National Security Technologies LLC 355,972,685 355,972,685 0
45 BearingPoint Inc. 339,737,662 0 3,966,283
46 Universities Research Association 336,484,282 330,980,872 5,503,409
47 General Electric Co. 327,487,557 1,525,974 8,400,448
48 Pearson PLC 305,808,432 0 0
49 American Red Cross 303,547,583 0 0
50 Management & Training Corp. 301,534,561 0 0
Rank Parent Company Total Energy Department NASA
51 Solvay Pharmaceuticals Inc. 298,594,057 0 0
52 Novartis 291,525,484 0 0
53 NISTAC 277,804,486 0 0
54 Dell Computer Corp. 272,653,814 1,041,106 6,269,466
55 Apptis Inc. 264,299,739 458,204 117,143
56 GTSI 262,824,195 554,175 13,192,997
57 Ford Motor Co. 256,590,397 4,832 19,000
58 CACI International Inc. 250,199,436 -51,769 462,861
59 Nana Regional Corp. Inc. 249,933,105 108,183 522,144
60 Research Triangle Institute 248,774,284 4,509,172 3,577,632
61 Daimler-Chrysler 244,245,534 0 0
62 Arctic Slope Regional Corp. 237,044,733 59,496,931 81,075,380
63 Kaiser Group Holdings Inc. 234,040,030 234,040,030 0
64 URS Corp. 229,171,621 12,484,866 28,941,570
65 Perot Systems Corp. 220,512,039 0 110,330,680
66 Verizon Communications 217,500,528 1,951,511 1,992,752
67 Weston Solutions Inc. 215,825,415 70,297,806 0
68 Siemens AG 214,165,785 70,324 3,067,484
69 Pepco Holdings Inc. 210,894,258 0 14,419,464
70 Johns Hopkins University 210,651,587 0 140,384,656
71 Oak Ridge Associated Universities 209,426,214 143,528,406 13,746,863
72 Motorola Inc. 208,252,308 739,268 647,763
73 Midwest Research Institute 204,441,141 197,842,146 0
74 Environmental Quality Management 193,374,694 0 0
75 BAE Systems 193,344,603 2,000,000 8,130,704
76 PMX Industries Inc. 187,907,182 0 0
77 Group 4 Securicor PLC 186,109,403 0 186,109,403
78 Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. 184,519,429 0 0
79 Mantech International Corp. 183,499,499 0 30,029,793
80 Reed Elsevier Group PLC 180,427,460 1,621,937 141,802
81 Duke Energy Corp. 178,872,650 163,834,742 246,742
82 Whiting-Turner Contracting 176,701,090 0 1,303,203
83 Medimmune Inc. 175,324,916 0 0
84 Gilbane Inc. 171,059,334 0 2,351,295
85 Res-Care Inc. 169,597,410 0 0
86 Human Genome Sciences Inc. 165,205,217 0 0
87 Corrections Corp. of America 165,181,001 0 0
88 Hewlett-Packard Co. 164,943,404 626,592 1,234,879
89 Deloitte & Touche LLP 161,075,756 1,590,000 650,000
90 Parsons Brinckerhoff Inc. 156,517,274 992,499 0
91 Harris Corp. 156,473,319 562,134 -20,959
92 Government Acquisitions 153,281,635 32,226 31,443
93 Pacific Architects & Engineers 151,007,677 0 0
94 J.H.M. Research & Development 149,881,960 0 0
95 Tetra Tech Inc. 149,362,966 31,226,820 24,882,500
96 Palmetto GBA LLC 149,198,660 0 0
97 Philips Gloeilampenfabrieken 147,172,995 0 21,641
98 Dewberry 143,581,322 0 0
99 Suffolk Construction Co. 136,153,445 0 0
100 Schwarz Pharma Inc. 131,966,255 0 0
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