Top 25 NASA Contractors

Total Purchases: $17,502,057,759

Rank Parent Company Amount Market Share
1 Lockheed Martin Corp. $3,586,946,390 20.49%
2 Boeing Co. 2,742,231,083 15.67
3 California Institute of Technology 1,748,922,856 9.99
4 Alliant Techsystems Inc. 710,967,241 4.06
5 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. 693,822,399 3.96
6 United Technologies Corp. 448,196,097 2.56
7 Northrop Grumman Corp. 398,050,373 2.27
8 Government of Russia 387,656,298 2.21
9 SAIC 349,257,053 2.00
10 Honeywell Inc. 280,661,003 1.60
11 SGT Inc. 278,031,147 1.59
12 Computer Sciences Corp. 250,628,596 1.43
13 Johns Hopkins University 235,365,467 1.34
14 Arctic Slope Regional Corp. 192,122,486 1.10
15 Wyle Laboratories Inc. 147,485,606 0.84
16 URS Corp. 145,087,047 0.83
17 Ball Corp. 138,574,803 0.79
18 Orbital Sciences Corp. 126,945,488 0.73
19 ITT Corp. 105,566,934 0.60
20 University of Colorado System 104,822,468 0.60
21 Raytheon Co. 98,227,843 0.56
22 QinetiQ Ltd. 87,249,847 0.50
23 University of California System 85,754,300 0.49
24 Assoc. Univ. Research & Astronomy 80,610,775 0.46
25 Teledyne Technologies Inc. 78,066,404 0.45
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