The top government contractors in FY19

$597 Billion at Play

Good news for professionals who are government contractors after an onslaught of challenges in the first half of 2020 — contractor spending is up from last year. With $1.4 trillion allocated in recent spending bills, you’ll want to know which companies are at the top. Bloomberg Government examined contracts across 92 agencies and ranked the top 200 vendors by value of prime, unclassified contracts in fiscal 2019. Examine the list of largest government contractors.

How we formulated our report

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Our team of analysts have, on average, more than 25 years of federal market experience.

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A complete review of winning government contracts across top federal agencies drawn from our proprietary federal procurement database.

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BGOV200 Top 10 lists

Top federal contractors

  1. Lockheed Martin Corp.
  2. Boeing Co.
  3. General Dynamics Corp.
  4. Northrop Grumman Corp.
  5. Raytheon Co.
  6. United Technologies Corp.
  7. McKesson Corp.
  8. Leidos Holdings Inc.
  9. Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc.
  10. Harris Corp.

Top defense contractors

  1. Lockheed Martin Corp.
  2. Boeing Co.
  3. General Dynamics Corp.
  4. Raytheon Co.
  5. Northrop Grumman Corp
  6. United Technologies Corp.
  7. Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc.
  8. Humana Inc.
  9. Harris Corp.
  10. BAE Systems Plc

Top IT government contractors

  1. General Dynamics Corp.
  2. Leidos Holdings Inc.
  3. Harris Corp.
  4. Perspecta Inc
  5. Booz Allen Hamilton Corp.
  6. Raytheon Co.
  7. Accenture Plc
  8. Northrop Grumman Corp.
  9. CDW Corp.
  10. Dell Inc.

Meet our expert

Dan Snyder

Dan Snyder is Bloomberg Government’s director of government contracting analysis. He specializes in identifying the largest contracts in the government market and advising clients on custom research engagements. Prior to joining Bloomberg, he served as an analyst focusing on GSA/VA Federal Supply Schedule consulting.

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