Federal IT Top 100 – Federally Focused IT Providers

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Firms that derive more than half of their revenue from government institutions, ranked by sales of IT hardware, software and services to federal government. (Federal FY 2015)

Top 100 Company / Organization ($ Million)
1
Lockheed Martin 12,016.6
2
National Security Technologies 4,819.2
3
Leidos 4,736.0
4
Battelle Memorial Institute 4,664.9
5
Northrop Grumman 3,210.1
6
SAIC 2,572.0
7
UChicago Argonne 2,086.0
8
Harris 1,967.7
9
Consolidated Nuclear Security 1,611.9
10
Raytheon 1,454.0
11
SRA International 1,010.8
12
Jacobs Technology 970.0
13
Carahsoft Technology 954.6
14
EC America / immixGroup 710.8
15
Microtech 683.1
16
MITRE 610.1
17
BAE Systems 534.4
18
CGI Federal 449.8
19
General Dynamics 423.6
20
Mantech Advanced Systems 404.8
21
Chenega Technology Services 336.2
22
Rockwell Collins 255.9
23
GovConnection 253.4
24
Actionet 249.6
25
Mission Support Alliance 240.0
26
Westat 230.3
27
ICF International 225.0
28
Edaptive Systems 215.0
29
Mythics 200.8
30
STG 186.8
31
Red River Computer 182.3
32
CDW-G 151.4
33
Quality Software Services 124.4
34
Telos 117.0
35
CACI 115.0
36
Ventech Solutions 108.2
37
DB Consulting Group 106.7
38
ASM Research 101.0
39
Global Net Services 92.4
40
COLSA 90.8
41
Compuware 87.3
42
Avaya Federal Solutions 82.5
43
Morpho 81.6
44
ADNET Systems 80.9
45
Vistronix 78.2
46
CA Technologies 76.6
47
Infozen 72.9
48
Phacil 69.2
49
RNSolutions 68.5
50
Iron Mountain 65.8
51
Companion Data Services 62.3
52
Barrios Technology 61.3
53
a.i. solutions 59.8
54
Advanced Alliant Solutions Team 59.6
55
Synnex 58.8
56
Cooper Notification / Eaton 58.8
57
Longview International Technology Solutions 57.3
58
By Light Professional IT Services 57.1
59
AdvanceMed 55.8
60
Insignia Technology Services 54.3
61
Systems Made Simple 52.8
62
ASRC Federal InuTeq 48.3
63
Specpro Technical Services 46.8
64
National Government Services 46.8
65
Quantec Services 46.3
66
Apex Data Solutions 44.9
67
Terremark Federal Group / Verizon 44.8
68
ESCgov 44.8
69
Tantus Onpoint Accelerated Transformation Solutions 44.2
70
Identix 43.9
71
Exelis Systems / Harris 43.8
72
ASRC Research And Technology Solutions 43.5
73
ViON 43.3
74
DLT Solutions 42.3
75
Technatomy 41.7
76
Softchoice 41.4
77
Planned Systems International 41.2
78
DMI 40.6
79
Research Triangle Institute 40.5
80
Turning Point Global Solutions 40.5
81
Science Systems And Applications 39.5
82
SBD Alliant 39.2
83
Creative Information Technology 38.8
84
OBXtek 38.4
85
Axiom Resource Management 38.0
86
Executive Information Systems 37.9
87
Emagine IT 37.8
88
immixTechnology 37.8
89
Educational Testing Service 37.5
90
MCI Communications Services / Verizon 36.8
91
Koniag Technology Solutions 36.5
92
DRS Technical Services 35.8
93
Zolon Tech 35.6
94
Wildflower International 35.4
95
Leader Communications 35.3
96
Paradigm Solutions International 35.0
97
QinetiQ North America 35.0
98
The MIL Corporation 34.9
99
AS&E 34.6
100
Merlin International 34.5

IDC Government Insights, in conjunction with FedScoop, has developed two new lists that for the first time rank leading IT providers to the federal government based on revenues from the sale of IT hardware, software and services.

These inaugural lists are unique from other industry lists, which traditionally reflect potential revenues based on multiyear contract awards. In contrast, these rankings are based on actual revenues generated from the sale of IT products and services during the federal government’s fiscal year 2015. Additionally, IDC has removed non-IT spending that may end up in IT contracts (such as management, consulting and energy costs), which don’t necessarily represent pure information technology products and services.

The revenue figures are based on figures reported by GSA’s Federal Procurement Data System, USASpending.gov, OMB’s Federal IT Dashboard and other OMB reports, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Edgar database and vendor reports. The figures were presented to each company for verification, although not every company agreed to confirm the figures.

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