Top 100 Civilian Agency Contractors

Total Purchases: $120,831,176,026
Rank Parent Company Total Energy Department NASA
1 Lockheed Martin Corp. $6,195,573,068 $2,780,207,045 $1,847,655,852
2 McKesson Corp. 3,906,895,048 0 0
3 University of California System 2,684,992,184 2,533,944,702 60,470,641
4 Battelle Memorial Institute 2,346,261,509 2,233,564,526 8,736,785
5 Bechtel Group Inc. 2,249,065,795 2,249,480,944 -49,792
6 URS Corp. 1,883,840,766 1,653,900,917 33,915,188
7 SAIC 1,776,543,453 137,985,099 337,139,186
8 California Institute of Technology 1,740,179,767 0 1,739,322,998
9 Northrop Grumman Corp. 1,678,192,610 12,221,457 247,755,508
10 Boeing Co. 1,574,221,650 6,285,252 1,293,769,670
11 Merck & Co. Inc. 1,416,677,211 0 0
12 Computer Sciences Corp. 1,217,300,263 52,314,099 142,243,661
13 Fluor Corp. 1,162,930,657 944,606,577 0
14 Veritas Capital Inc. 1,153,133,927 3,106,803 0
15 McDermott Inc. 1,128,080,521 1,128,076,456 0
16 IBM Corp. 1,096,632,490 15,122,570 11,400,567
17 G4S PLC 907,301,338 297,327,103 83,896,811
18 CH2M Hill Companies Ltd. 818,720,264 641,043,445 2,742,945
19 Honeywell Inc. 817,567,491 569,316,206 211,404,426
20 Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. 803,863,263 12,640,168 15,724,306
21 Sanofi-Aventis 801,112,815 0 0
22 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. 780,341,480 253,254,699 459,954,820
23 Washington Group International 780,052,843 780,052,842 0
24 BWX Technologies Inc. 733,604,670 733,604,670 0
25 L-3 Communications Holdings 706,207,124 72,872 28,901,298
26 GlaxoSmithKline 662,272,018 0 0
27 University of Tennessee System 612,910,725 608,565,816 1,656,762
28 Raytheon Co. 598,080,881 144,832,217 95,811,306
29 General Dynamics Corp. 577,950,150 11,528,915 20,770,877
30 Unisys Corp. 567,087,241 0 9,207,573
31 Management & Training Corp. 550,356,313 0 0
32 Corrections Corp. of America 541,366,206 0 0
33 SRA International Inc. 529,902,617 0 1,617,191
34 EDS 522,832,626 0 6,063
35 Wyeth 517,155,554 0 0
36 Bavarian Nordic A/S 510,098,139 0 0
37 General Motors Corp. 493,329,833 0 0
38 Brookhaven Science Assoc. LLC 489,596,202 489,596,202 0
39 Blackwater Worldwide 457,515,561 35,040 0
40 National Security Technologies LLC 450,179,135 450,179,135 0
41 Emergent Biosolutions Inc. 447,650,001 0 0
42 Accenture 441,445,766 0 6,145,515
43 Bill Harbert International 438,448,989 0 0
44 Stanford University 398,553,121 368,937,802 27,041,882
45 Midwest Research Institute 385,277,841 377,459,778 0
46 Dell Computer Corp. 383,749,173 1,018,099 6,277,083
47 Westat Inc. 379,053,457 129,999 40,000
48 CACI International Inc. 367,494,000 -2,821,752 0
49 Ford Motor Co. 353,499,866 13,176 0
50 Alliant Techsystems Inc. 337,749,665 230,965 315,124,053
Rank Parent Company Total Energy Department NASA
51 United Technologies Corp. $334,887,868 $14,772,331 $291,132,604
52 A-Mark Financial Corp. 328,065,921 0 0
53 AKAL Security Inc. 313,902,710 0 6,972,751
54 W.G. Yates & Sons Construction Co. 313,652,641 0 0
55 Poongsan Corp. 308,813,436 0 0
56 BAE Systems 304,183,183 0 2,211,719
57 Cornell Companies Inc. 286,940,243 0 0
58 Olin Corp. 284,394,183 0 0
59 General Electric Co. 279,424,671 2,425,974 1,041,555
60 APPTIS 277,240,047 365,342 73,330
61 BearingPoint Inc. 269,510,908 0 3,772,459
62 Turner Construction Co. 251,754,322 0 0
63 University of Chicago 250,519,009 242,166,037 2,945,758
64 Clark Enterprises 244,012,307 0 0
65 Harris Corp. 240,933,221 391,647 118,854
66 Arctic Slope Regional Corp. 240,643,413 33,041,488 92,688,085
67 NANA Regional Corp. Inc. 220,487,684 106,316 742,449
68 Affiliated Computer Services Inc. 216,425,483 0 0
69 Mantech International Corp. 215,040,260 0 33,092,416
70 Perot Systems Corp. 214,957,188 67,207 56,356,130
71 Pepco Holdings Inc. 211,475,212 0 15,834,641
72 QinetiQ Ltd. 203,450,683 0 23,606,269
73 Novartis 201,242,403 0 0
74 Research Triangle Institute 201,139,047 576,660 1,344,480
75 Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. 197,774,157 0 0
76 Triple Canopy Inc. 197,743,240 0 0
77 GTSI 193,246,866 37,276 3,650,333
78 Sunshine Minting Inc. 189,386,677 0 0
79 Siemens AG 187,320,938 430,891 1,429,076
80 Cardinal Health Inc. 186,443,967 0 0
81 Oak Ridge Assoc. Universities 185,799,024 132,837,033 10,563,137
82 Reed Elsevier Group PLC 185,181,122 1,433,086 28,956
83 Universities Research Assn. 183,729,794 179,140,265 4,589,528
84 Walsh Construction Co. 180,151,553 0 0
85 Government Acquisitions 173,986,088 185,940 235,587
86 Mitsui and Co. Precious Metals 171,717,094 0 0
87 Verizon Communications 171,002,099 1,863,494 1,765,297
88 Hewlett-Packard Co. 162,853,651 388,531 1,015,690
89 Tetra Tech Inc. 162,280,684 35,859,735 12,266,567
90 Res-Care Inc. 160,364,692 0 0
91 Duke Energy Corp. 160,111,962 131,406,479 276,000
92 World Wide Technology Inc. 158,432,975 284,372 2,168,189
93 Ahtna Inc. 155,387,555 115,015,037 0
94 Energy Enterprise Solutions LLC 153,277,397 153,267,147 0
95 MITRE Corp. 151,231,057 0 0
96 CGI 150,888,903 0 0
97 Chrysler LLC 150,170,757 0 0
98 AT&T Inc. 149,415,665 54,402 4,451,447
99 Motorola Inc. 148,419,498 254,266 99,957
100 National Industries for the Blind 145,447,906 6,930 0
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