Top 20 defense contractors

Defense contractors headline Washington Technology's Top 100 list

Tightening budgets, new procurement policies, evolving customer demands and a still-shaky economy have the nation's Top 100 goverment contracting companies weighing a combination of acquisitions, restructurings or new offerings in 2010, according to Washington Technology's 2010 Top 100 list of government contractors released May 26.

Defense spending once again fueled significant portions of prime contractors' overall revenues in fiscal 2009. The changing budget picture, as well as management changes at a number of top defense contractors -- including BAE Systems, General Dynamics and Science Applications International -- are expected to have a significant impact on business strategies moving forward.


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U.S. involvement in southwest Asia continues to drive many of the top defense contractors’ businesses, said company executives interviewed for related stories. Even so, a number are looking to future years and finding that they are best served by building their cyber defense capabilities to prepare for evolving opportunities in that area.  

Below is a list of the top 20 defense contractors, derived from the 2010 Top 100 list, based on their 2009 defense contract revenue.

Rank   Top Defense Companies
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Defense Revenue 
($ Millions - 2009)

 

1 Lockheed Martin Corp.

$11,904

 

2 Northrop Grumman Corp.

$9,324

 

3 Boeing Co.

$8,189

 

4 Raytheon Co.

$6,187

 

5 General Dynamics Corp.

$4,730

 

6 KBR Inc.

$4,545

 

7 Science Applications International Corp.

$4,108

 

8 L-3 Communications Corp.

$3,656

 

9 Computer Sciences Corp.

$2,221

 

10 ITT Corp.

$1,894

 

11 CACI International Inc.

$1,690

 

12 BAE Systems Inc.

$1,659

 

13 Hewlett-Packard Co.

$1,589

 

14 Harris Corp.

$1,330

 

15 United Technologies Corp.

$1,320

 

16 URS Corp.

$1,006

 

17 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.

$1,005

 

18 DRS Technologies Inc.

$994

 

18 Dell Computer Corp.

$987

 

20 Rockwell Collins Inc.

$912

 

Source: Washington Technology - 2010 Top 100

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