Top 25 Enterprise IT Providers to Government

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Enterprise IT companies selling multiple industries, with no more than one-third of revenues from government, ranked by sales of IT hardware, software and services to federal government. (Federal FY 2015)

Top 25 Company ($ Million)
1
Hewlett-Packard * 7,165.3
2
IBM 4,805.2
3
Jeppesen Sanderson 3,100.0
4
Dell 2,770.0
5
Computer Sciences Corporation 2,740.6
6
Cisco 2,262.1
7
Boeing 1,888.5
8
Deloitte Consulting 1,200.0
9
Unisys 1,095.9
10
Microsoft 1,038.5
11
Intel 868.0
12
AT&T 814.3
13
Abacus Technology 708.0
14
Amazon Web Services 698.1
15
Ricoh USA 593.1
16
Siemens 578.6
17
Accenture 565.8
18
Xerox 540.8
19
ITT 525.5
20
Motorola Solutions 491.4
21
Booz Allen Hamilton 480.0
22
Human Solutions 231.0
23
TASC / Engility 207.2
24
Four 113.6
25
Sensis 102.6

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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