The Top 50 Systems Integrators

Any broad-based examination of government procurement data yields a familiar result: Lockheed Martin Corp. captures the top spot. Furthermore, the first 25 companies pulled in $40.4 billion in prime contracts in fiscal 2011, compared to $8.1 billion for the second half of the list. In other words, the largest companies continue to dominate the market. The rankings are based on government procurement data for fiscal 2011, which was analyzed using product and service codes for IT, systems integration and other professional services.



Company Headquarters 2011 Prime Contracts
1Lockheed Martin Corp.Bethesda, Md.$4,400,891,000
2Science Applications International Corp.McLean, Va.$3,624,864,000
3Northrop Grumman Corp.Falls Church, Va.$3,088,486,000
4Hewlett-Packard Co.Palo Alto, Calif.$2,747,205,000
5General Dynamics Corp.Falls Church, Va.$3,042,248,000
6Computer Sciences Corp.Falls Church, Va.$2,240,923,000
7Raytheon Co.Waltham, Mass.$1,719,415,000
8CACI International Inc.Arlington, Va.$1,512,856,000
9Harris Corp.Melbourne, Fla.$1,447,609,000
10IBM Corp.Armonk, N.Y.$1,419,422,000
11Booz Allen HamiltonMcLean, Va.$1,385,277,000
12Dell Inc.Round Rock, Texas$1,267,445,000
13L-3 Communications Corp.New York$1,257,472,000
14Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.Pasadena, Calif.$1,187,641,000
15Bechtel Group Inc.San Francisco$1,070,011,000
16United Space Alliance LLCTitusville, Fla.$1,023,696,000
17URS Corp.San Francisco$1,011,850,000
18ManTech International Corp.Fairfax, Va.$1,010,713,000
19ITT Corp.White Plains, N.Y.$997,969,000
20Boeing Co.Chicago$972,108,000
21Verizon Communications Inc.New York City$929,386,000
22BAE Systems plcFarnsborough, U.K.$897,792,000
23AccentureDublin, Ireland$725,379,000
24Mitre Corp.McLean, Va.$699,123,000
25AT&T Inc.Dallas$695,640,000
26QinetiQ North AmericaMcLean, Va.$553,653,000
27CDW GovernmentVernon Hills, Ill.$553,474,000
28CGI Group Inc.Montreal$518,403,000
29SRA International Inc.Fairfax, Va.$514,390,000
30Unisys Corp.Blue Bell, Pa.$469,817,000
31DRS Technologies Inc.Parsippany, N.J.$433,042,000
32World Wide Technology Inc.St. Louis$431,828,000
33immixGroup Inc.McLean, Va.$396,142,000
34Artel Inc.Reston, Va.$381,266,000
35DeloitteNew York$300,588,000
36Honeywell International Inc.Morristown, N.J.$298,580,000
37Carahsoft Technology Corp.Reston, Va.$289,584,000
38Microtech LLCVienna, Va.$282,166,000
39Rockwell Collins Inc.Cedar Rapids, Iowa$270,548,000
40NCI Inc.Reston, Va.$262,717,000
41Nana Regional Corporation Inc.Kotzebue, Alaska$251,279,000
42Serco Inc.Vienna, Va.$244,034,000
43Mythics Inc.Virginia Beach, Va.$226,656,000
44GTSI Corp.Herndon, Va.$221,366,000
45Scientific Research Corp.Atlanta$216,278,000
46D&S Consultants Inc.Eatontown, N.J.$206,801,000
47Arctic Slope Regional Corp.Anchorage, Alaska$202,473,000
48Telos Corp.Ashburn, Va.$201,913,000
49Eyak Technology Corp.Anchorage, Alaska$200,767,000
50DLT Solutions Inc.Herndon, Va.$198,940,000


Source: Federal Procurement Data System

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