Top 25 GSA Contractors

Total Purchases: $12,042,060,421
Rank Parent Company Amount Market Share
1 General Motors Corp. $488,515,155 4.05%
2 Ford Motor Co. 352,505,921 2.92
3 W.G. Yates & Sons Construction Co. 313,989,508 2.60
4 SAIC 253,601,361 2.10
5 Northrop Grumman Corp. 253,201,948 2.10
6 General Dynamics Corp. 216,974,424 1.80
7 SRA International Inc. 192,604,794 1.59
8 Computer Sciences Corp. 180,256,501 1.49
9 Chrysler LLC 149,381,666 1.24
10 National Industries for the Blind 143,601,412 1.19
11 EDS 124,642,250 1.03
12 Lockheed Martin Corp. 111,011,232 0.92
13 Mascaro Inc. 104,351,500 0.86
14 CACI International Inc. 100,089,510 0.83
15 Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. 92,393,893 0.76
16 L-3 Communications Holdings 85,927,280 0.71
17 Unisys Corp. 79,822,479 0.66
18 Navistar International Corp. 77,729,685 0.64
19 Pepco Holdings Inc. 73,365,565 0.60
20 J.E. Dunn Construction 72,945,045 0.60
21 Grunley Construction Co. 72,501,496 0.60
22 LCOR Alexandria LLC 70,311,260 0.58
23 Amerada Hess Corp. 59,998,283 0.49
24 Clarke Assoc. Ltd Partnership 59,546,590 0.49
25 Kansas City Power & Light 58,562,321 0.48
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