Top 74 systems integrators (chart)

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Expect few surprises on the list of the top 74 federal systems integrators based on fiscal 2005 sales.

Northrop Grumman led with $1.75 billion in revenue from systems integration work for federal agencies. Science Applications International Corp. was No. 2 with $1.51 billion in sales, followed by Lockheed Martin with $1.35 billion in revenue from systems integration contracts.

Eagle Eye Publishers, a market research company, compiled the sales figures on which the chart is based.

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