Top 25 Small Business Contractors

Total Purchases: $82,179,953,151

Rank Parent company Amount Market share
1 Chugach Alaska Corp. $657,876,625 0.80%
2 Chenega Corp. 521,043,723 0.63
3 SAIC 511,832,072 0.62
4 Arctic Slope Regional Corp. 508,775,918 0.61
5 NANA Regional Corp. Inc. 496,024,643 0.60
6 DRS Technologies Inc. 481,907,068 0.58
7 Afognak Native Corp. 386,924,621 0.47
8 Datapath Inc. 331,394,103 0.40
9 Calcasieu Refining Co. 251,056,698 0.30
10 VSE Corp. 232,547,741 0.28
11 Petroleum Traders Corp. 231,645,493 0.28
12 World Wide Technology Inc. 231,629,090 0.28
13 Environmental Quality Management 231,542,288 0.28
14 Perot Systems Corp. 217,920,906 0.26
15 Stanley Associates Inc. 210,942,996 0.25
16 General Dynamics Corp. 190,900,328 0.23
17 Bristol Bay Native Corp. 190,764,879 0.23
18 Softmart Inc. 183,978,947 0.22
19 L-3 Communications Holdings 179,901,708 0.21
20 Sierra Nevada Corp. 164,030,123 0.19
21 Lockheed Martin Corp. 162,797,832 0.19
22 Chickasaw Nation 162,601,370 0.19
23 Apptis Inc. 160,514,332 0.19
24 Government Acquisitions 153,974,347 0.18
25 Amtec Corp. 153,662,977 0.18
26 Earl Industries 153,387,620 0.18
27 Petro Star 153,243,841 0.18
28 Tybrin Corp. 152,079,060 0.18
29 Multimax Inc. 151,754,748 0.18
30 J.H.M. Research & Development 149,881,960 0.18
31 Refinery Associates Inc. 147,435,510 0.17
32 Placid Oil Co. 146,649,069 0.17
33 MTC Technologies Inc. 144,461,410 0.17
34 Eyak Corp. 144,332,435 0.17
35 Ellis Environmental Group 143,620,008 0.17
36 GTSI 140,562,307 0.17
37 Supplycore Inc. 140,122,650 0.17
38 Centech Group Inc. 139,616,960 0.16
39 Sparta Inc. 139,114,087 0.16
40 Swales Aerospace 138,621,383 0.16
41 CACI International Inc. 133,490,791 0.16
42 Apogen Technologies 133,482,654 0.16
43 RS Information Systems Inc. 131,402,482 0.15
44 SRA International Inc. 131,073,378 0.15
45 Koniag Inc. 129,895,796 0.15
46 Indyne Inc. 128,025,977 0.15
47 Armorworks Inc. 127,206,946 0.15
48 Toledo Testing Laboratory Inc. 124,786,010 0.15
49 EOD Technology Inc. 123,944,505 0.15
50 Calumet Lubricants Co. 121,053,450 0.14
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