Two IT firms make DOD top 10

Company

DOD revenue, 2003

Lockheed Martin Corp.

$21.9 billion

Boeing Co.

$17.3 billion

Northrop Grumman Corp.

$11.1 billion

General Dynamics Corp.

$8.2 billion

Raytheon Co.

$7.9 billion

United Technologies Corp.

$4.5 billion

Halliburton

$3.9 billion

General Electric Corp.

$2.8 billion

Science Applications International Corp.

$2.6 billion

Computer Sciences Corp.

$2.5 billion

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