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Company NameHQ LocationYear Est.EmployeesRevenueLocationsGovt. Clients
MITRE CorporationBedford, Massachusetts19585,000-10,000$1 billion to $10 billion2716
QinetiQ North AmericaMcLean, Virginia20012,001-5,000$1 billion to $10 billion374
HDR, Inc.Omaha, Nebraska19175,000-10,000$1 billion to $10 billion32
Brocade Communications SystemsSan Jose, California19952,001-5,000$1 billion to $10 billion44
SRA International, Inc.Fairfax, Virginia19785,000-10,000$1 billion to $10 billion2814
TASC, IncChantilly, Virginia19662,001-5,000$1 billion to $10 billion4411
AdministaffKingwood, Texas198610,000+$1 billion to $10 billion103
Teledyne Technologies, Inc.Thousand Oaks, California19535,000-10,000$1 billion to $10 billion62
BMC SoftwareHouston, Texas19805,000-10,000$1 billion to $10 billion32
SAS InstituteCary, North Carolina19765,000-10,000$1 billion to $10 billion21
ManTech International CorporationFairfax, Virginia19685,000-10,000$1 billion to $10 billion8128
Day & ZimmermannPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania190110,000+$1 billion to $10 billion152
Siemens New York, New York199910,000+$1 billion to $10 billion32
Tetra TechPasadena, California19665,000-10,000$1 billion to $10 billion23
Manpower, Inc.Milwaukee, WI, Wisconsin194810,000+$1 billion to $10 billion101
VT GroupVirginia Beach, Virginia200910,000+$1 billion to $10 billion38
Thales USAArlington, Virginia19762,001-5,000$1 billion to $10 billion21
Parsons BrinckerhoffN.Y., New York188510,000+$1 billion to $10 billion12
TEKsystemsHanover, Maryland19982,001-5,000$1 billion to $10 billion435
CACI International, Inc.Arlington, Virginia196210,000+$1 billion to $10 billion7426
Aerotek, an Allegis companyHanover, Maryland19932,001-5,000$1 billion to $10 billion285
AdobeSan Jose, California19825,000-10,000$1 billion to $10 billion21
Rockwell Collins, Inc.Cedar Rapids, Iowa193310,000+$1 billion to $10 billion85
Dyncorp InternationalFalls Church, Virginia195110,000+$1 billion to $10 billion45
Juniper NetworksSunnyvale, California19965,000-10,000$1 billion to $10 billion21
Parsons CorporationPASADENA, California19445,000-10,000$1 billion to $10 billion122
CGIFairfax, Virginia197610,000+$1 billion to $10 billion23
ADT Security Services, Inc.Boca Raton, Florida187410,000+$1 billion to $10 billion21
Avaya Inc.Fairfax, Virginia200010,000+$1 billion to $10 billion712
Battelle Memorial InstituteColumbus, Ohio19255,000-10,000$1 billion to $10 billion2316
Agilent Technologies, Inc.Santa Clara, California199910,000+$1 billion to $10 billion21
ATKMinneapolis, Minnesota199010,000+$1 billion to $10 billion64
Robert Half TechnologyMenlo Park, California194810,000+$1 billion to $10 billion81
Harris CorporationMelbourne, Florida198710,000+$1 billion to $10 billion2917
Booz Allen HamiltonMcLean, Virginia191410,000+$1 billion to $10 billion6926
Kelly ServicesTroy, Michigan194610,000+$1 billion to $10 billion42
EMCOR GroupNorwalk, Connecticut199210,000+$1 billion to $10 billion51
Pitney BowesStamford, Connecticut192010,000+$1 billion to $10 billion71
Allegis GroupHanover, Maryland198310,000+$1 billion to $10 billion51
AecomLos Angeles, California197010,000+$1 billion to $10 billion73
SymantecCupertino, California198210,000+$1 billion to $10 billion81
Kiewit CorporationOmaha, Nebraska198510,000+$1 billion to $10 billion11
CH2M HILLEnglewood, Colorado199810,000+$1 billion to $10 billion11
ITT CorporationMcLean, Virginia1995501-2,000$1 billion to $10 billion5217
Goodrich CorporationCharlotte, North Carolina187010,000+$1 billion to $10 billion42
StanleyArlington, Virginia19682,001-5,000$1 billion to $10 billion2612
URS CorporationSAN FRANCISCO, California195710,000+$1 billion to $10 billion3614
KodakRochester, New York188810,000+$1 billion to $10 billion14
Qualcomm IncorporatedSan Diego, California198510,000+$10 billion to $50 billion21
DeloitteNew York, New York189510,000+$10 billion to $50 billion2411

This project was last updated in September 2010. Data is accurate as of that date.
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