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The top 50 Schedule 70 contractors

 

The top companies on the General Services Administration’s Schedule 70 for IT products and services cover the range of government contractors. The list includes traditional hardware manufacturers, value-added resellers, telecommunications providers, consultants and systems integrators. The rankings are based on total sales via Schedule 70 in fiscal 2011.

Company Headquarters Total Schedule 70 Sales
1 Dell Inc. Round Rock, Texas $776,814,716
2 Accenture LLP Dublin, Ireland $534,745,021
3 Hewlett-Packard Co. Palo Alto, Calif. $464,154,733
4 Verizon Communications Inc. New York $445,688,513
5 immixGroup Inc. McLean, Va. $395,107,867
6 IBM Corp. Armonk, N.Y. $387,889,279
7 Oracle Corp. Redwood Shores, Calif. $387,802,375
8 Mythics Inc. Virginia Beach, Va. $343,341,204
9 Carahsoft Technology Corp. Reston, Va. $328,619,934
10 Computer Sciences Corp. Falls Church, Va. $315,139,206
11 CGI Group Montreal $270,789,919
12 Harris Corp. Melbourne, Fla. $268,591,724
13 Science Applications International Corp. McLean, Va. $264,654,397
14 DLT Solutions Inc. Herndon, Va. $264,154,062
15 Lockheed Martin Corp. Bethesda, Md. $260,134,987
16 Northrop Grumman Corp. Falls Church, Va. $251,385,193
17 SRA International Fairfax, Va. $234,955,055
18 AT&T Inc. Dallas $221,533,130
19 Booz Allen Hamiton Inc. McLean, Va. $205,648,813
20 QinetiQ North America McLean, Va. $180,613,515
21 Deloitte New York $178,178,717
22 BAE Systems Farnborough, U.K. $167,990,397
23 General Dynamics Corp. Falls Church, Va. $161,764,763
24 CDW Government Vernon Hills, Ill. $150,171,418
25 CA Inc. Islandia, N.Y. $142,047,826
26 Artel Inc. Reston, Va. $135,206,211
27 Insight Public Sector Inc. Tempe, Ariz. $133,227,865
28 Softmart Inc. Downingtown, Pa. $132,732,298
29 ESRI Redlands, Calif. $121,189,695
30 ManTech International Inc. Fairfax, Va. $117,720,300
31 Avaya Basking Ridge, N.J. $108,658,016
32 Sprint Communications Overland Park, Kan. $107,895,840
33 Unisys Corp. Blue Bell, Pa. $98,979,361
34 SAP AG Walldorf, Germany $97,829,648
35 CACI International Arlington, Va. $94,120,722
36 Four Points Technology Chantilly, Va. $91,774,897
37 InfoReliance Corp. Fairfax, Va. $89,065,396
38 Intelligent Decisions Inc. Ashburn, Va. $82,659,110
39 Executive Information Systems LLC Bethesda, Md. $72,471,797
40 Gartner Inc. Stamford, Conn. $70,406,260
41 GTSI Corp. Herndon, Va. $69,654,300
42 Keane Boston $67,425,635
43 Bart & Associates Inc. McLean, Va. $63,943,354
44 Presidio Networked Solutions Inc. Lewisville, Texas $61,171,021
45 Serco Inc. Vienna, Va. $60,917,180
46 Telos Corp. Ashburn, Va. $60,047,601
47 Raytheon Co. Waltham, Mass. $57,350,112
48 BMC Software Inc. Houston $56,247,586
49 Synnex Corp. Fremont, Calif. $54,686,113
50 Lexmark International Inc. Lexington, Ky. $44,934,694

Source: General Services Administration

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Reader comments

Thu, Sep 27, 2012

GSA is busy cancelling the Schedule 70 contracts for small businesses and keeping others out. WHY because they make more Fees with these 50 companies than all the rest combined. Less work for their employees to spend more time at meetings.

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