Top 50 Technology Contractors

Total Purchases: $65,053,542,756

Rank Parent Company Amount Market Share
1 Lockheed Martin Corp. $3,397,039,492 5.22
2 General Dynamics Corp. 3,124,604,843 4.80
3 Northrop Grumman Corp. 2,803,871,127 4.31
4 SAIC 2,571,234,082 3.95
5 Hewlett-Packard Co. 2,465,449,975 3.79
6 Raytheon Co. 2,024,078,983 3.11
7 Harris Corp. 1,938,497,978 2.98
8 L-3 Communications Holdings 1,677,346,911 2.58
9 Dell Computer Corp. 1,670,465,333 2.57
10 Computer Sciences Corp. 1,663,155,814 2.56
11 IBM Corp. 1,331,084,558 2.05
12 ITT Corp. 1,202,022,433 1.85
13 Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. 864,288,982 1.33
14 Rockwell Collins 858,556,471 1.32
15 APPTIS 772,059,378 1.19
16 BAE Systems 723,570,235 1.11
17 Accenture 716,654,935 1.10
18 Unisys Corp. 633,905,394 0.97
19 SRA International Inc. 579,005,554 0.89
20 General Atomics Technology Corp. 544,140,033 0.84
21 GTSI 519,454,774 0.80
22 Verizon Communications 511,471,722 0.79
23 AT&T Inc. 500,962,883 0.77
24 CDW Corp. 473,026,960 0.73
25 Honeywell Inc. 467,210,113 0.72
26 Finmeccanica Group 463,277,391 0.71
27 CACI International Inc. 448,597,810 0.69
28 World Wide Technology Inc. 441,601,314 0.68
29 Comtech Telecommunications Corp. 435,244,506 0.67
30 Stanley Associates Inc. 415,919,609 0.64
31 Vangent Inc. 409,041,809 0.63
32 immixGroup Inc. 347,434,018 0.53
33 Deloitte LLP 345,395,919 0.53
34 Eyak Corp. 336,272,584 0.52
35 Serco Group PLC 304,486,568 0.47
36 Boeing Co. 294,488,635 0.45
37 Thales Group 293,102,824 0.45
38 Artel 268,559,187 0.41
39 NANA Regional Corp. Inc. 252,420,359 0.39
40 Xerox Corp. 252,386,547 0.39
41 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. 243,029,843 0.37
42 Oracle Corp. 234,485,505 0.36
43 Motorola Inc. 232,556,507 0.36
44 Telos Corp. 218,413,053 0.34
45 Energy Enterprise Solutions LLC 216,105,776 0.33
46 NCI Information Systems 201,651,479 0.31
47 CGI 199,366,746 0.31
48 QinetiQ Ltd 190,062,526 0.29
49 PC Mall Inc. 189,400,648 0.29
50 Carahsoft Technology Corp. 172,318,506 0.26
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