Top 50 Technology Contractors

Total Purchases: $52,844,918,400

Rank Parent company Amount Market share
1 General Dynamics Corp. $3,143,690,235 5.94%
2 Northrop Grumman Corp. 2,814,377,411 5.32
3 Lockheed Martin Corp. 2,561,973,226 4.84
4 EDS 2,365,405,661 4.47
5 SAIC 2,273,552,383 4.30
6 Computer Sciences Corp. 1,699,182,097 3.21
7 Raytheon Co. 1,515,143,876 2.86
8 Harris Corp. 1,419,825,108 2.68
9 IBM Corp. 1,056,169,713 1.99
10 L-3 Communications Holdings 965,594,279 1.82
11 Dell Computer Corp. 858,270,295 1.62
12 Unisys Corp. 766,116,663 1.44
13 Grindex Pumps AB Sweden 734,219,841 1.38
14 BAE Systems 691,513,120 1.30
15 Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. 618,799,204 1.17
16 Accenture 588,766,325 1.11
17 SRA International Inc. 449,190,942 0.85
18 CACI International Inc. 447,108,157 0.84
19 Thales Group 441,998,632 0.83
20 GTSI 441,476,676 0.83
21 Verizon Communications 431,004,009 0.81
22 Honeywell Inc. 418,437,628 0.79
23 Rockwell Collins 407,716,680 0.77
24 Apptis Inc. 406,873,990 0.76
25 Motorola Inc. 387,033,131 0.73
26 Hewlett-Packard Co. 375,396,435 0.71
27 BearingPoint Inc. 337,132,270 0.63
28 Datapath Inc. 331,374,425 0.62
29 AT&T Inc. 306,428,040 0.57
30 DRS Technologies Inc. 302,526,501 0.57
31 ITT Industries 298,596,679 0.56
32 General Atomics Technology Corp. 257,264,539 0.48
33 NANA Regional Corp. Inc. 248,489,604 0.47
34 Perot Systems Corp. 228,117,988 0.43
35 World Wide Technology Inc. 225,929,874 0.42
36 Oracle 205,016,878 0.38
37 CDW Corp. 199,781,169 0.37
38 SI International 196,023,834 0.37
39 Softmart Inc. 184,046,407 0.34
40 Mantech International Corp. 180,600,975 0.34
41 RS Information Systems Inc. 170,148,049 0.32
42 Elbit Systems Inc. 163,261,094 0.30
43 ARINC Inc. 161,284,610 0.30
44 Indyne Inc. 155,674,072 0.29
45 ITEL Solutions 154,019,887 0.29
46 Government Acquisitions 150,727,517 0.28
47 Multimax Inc. 141,768,338 0.26
48 Stanley Associates Inc. 138,437,840 0.26
49 Eyak Corp. 137,782,664 0.26
50 Boeing Co. 137,774,512 0.26
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