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FCW : June 30, 2016
16 June 30, 2016 FCW.COM W ashington Technology’s annual ranking of the 100 largest government con- tractors is viewed as one of the best barometers of the federal market’s competitive landscape. Over more than 20 years, we’ve tracked the entrance of large defense contractors into the IT space; the rise, fall and return of value-added resellers; and the growing role of private equity platforms as well as numerous other business and technology trends. The rankings have moved from hardware-centric to services, and now the cloud and DevOps are gaining momentum. The Top 100 lists the largest contrac- tors based on their prime contracts in the areas of IT, telecommunications, systems integration, professional ser- vices, engineering and other high-tech offerings. For the 2016 rankings, we looked at government spending and obligations during fiscal 2015. This year, more than any other in the past 23 years, we are seeing a market undergoing a great shift, and it starts at the very top of the rankings. Lockheed Martin continues its 22-year run as the No. 1 prime contrac- tor in the market, but in all likelihood, this will be the last year because the company is divesting its IT business, known as Information Services and Global Solutions, to Leidos. The prediction is that Leidos, cur- rently at No. 16, will be the new No. 1 on next year’s Top 100 because the company will add nearly $5 billion in revenue. In addition to acquiring the Washington Technology is in its third decade of ranking the largest government contractors, and this year’s list shows a market undergoing significant changes from top to bottom 2016 Top 100 reflects an evolving government market BY NICK WAKEMAN 0630fcw_016-020.indd 16 6/8/16 8:59 AM
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