GSA IT schedule sales from fiscal 1998-2001 (in millions)

Ranked by total fiscal 2000 sales1998 Total1999 Total2000 Total2001 1st Quarter
1. Dell Computer Corp.$515.0$890.8$884.2$300.1
2. Oracle Corp.$130.8$186.1$279.8$43.4
3. IBM Corp.$161.7$271.2$221.7$80.7
4. Science Applications International Corp.$84.8$142.3$192.9$52.0
5. Micron Government Computer Systems Inc.$138.9$247.3$190.7$68.6
6. Gateway Inc.$211.1$194.5$182.2$34.6
7. GTSI Corp.$149.6$171.0$175.0$44.4
8. Electronic Data Systems Corp.$111.5$291.1$158.2$51.4
9. Computer Sciences Corp.$61.6$150.4$151.0$42.2
10. Compaq Computer Corp.$152.7$155.0$130.5$39.6
Source: GSA Federal Supply Service, based on information provided by contractors

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