Top 25 Homeland Security Contractors

Total Purchases: $15,435,397,019

Rank Parent company Amount Market share
1 Fluor Corp. $1,506,644,648 9.76%
2 Shaw Group Inc. 852,223,032 5.52
3 IBM Corp. 510,415,688 3.30
4 Bechtel Group Inc. 470,389,788 3.04
5 CH2M Hill Companies Ltd. 437,752,321 2.83
6 Northrop Grumman Corp 389,881,663 2.52
7 Unisys Corp. 387,092,123 2.50
8 L-3 Communications Holdings 340,981,538 2.20
9 American Red Cross 285,169,446 1.84
10 Lockheed Martin Corp. 284,661,025 1.84
11 NISTAC 277,804,485 1.79
12 SAIC 220,852,683 1.43
13 AKAL Security Inc. 155,825,535 1.00
14 J.H.M. Research & Development 149,805,67 0.97
15 Accenture 142,794,820 0.92
16 Dewberry 141,896,739 0.91
17 URS Corp. 139,508,341 0.90
18 General Electric Co. 133,818,645 0.86
19 Parsons Brinckerhoff Inc. 133,012,085 0.86
20 Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. 130,064,294 0.84
21 Cooperative Personnel Services 124,788,788 0.80
22 General Dynamics Corp. 122,788,968 0.79
23 Motorola Inc. 111,013,503 0.71
24 Gilbane Inc. 108,539,630 0.70
25 Computer Sciences Corp. 106,533,286 0.69
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