- February 28, 2017
|Rank||Firm||Office location1||Purpose||Contracting activity||Contract amount2|
|1||CACI International Inc.||Chantilly||Provide Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Organization (JIDO) with analytical operations, intelligence and training services.||GSA Federal Systems Integration and Management Center(Washington, D.C.)||$1,773,158,264|
|2||Dominion Privatization Texas LLC3||Richmond||Ownership, operation and maintenance of electric and natural gas distribution systems at Fort Hood.||Defense Logistics Agency Energy (Fort Belvoir)||740,282,112|
|3||Science Applications International Corp.4||Fairfield, N.J.||Chemicals, packaged petroleum, oils and lubricants for Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, federal civilian agencies and foreign military sales customers.||Defense Logistics Agency Aviation (Richmond)||700,000,000|
|4||General Dynamics, National Steel and Shipbuilding Co.5,6||San Diego||Detail design and construction of six T-AO 205 Class Fleet Replenishment Oilers.||Naval Sea Systems Command (Washington, D.C.)||640,206,756|
|5||General Dynamics Land Systems Inc.5||Sterling Heights, Mich.||Stryker program supply.||Army Contracting Command (Warren, Mich.)||549,874,060|
|6||General Dynamics Land Systems Inc.5||Sterling Heights, Mich.||Upgrade of an estimated 215 Stryker flat-bottom vehicles.||Army Contracting Command (Warren, Mich.)||508,709,732|
|7||Apex Clean Energy Holdings LLC||Charlottesville||Provide the Army with electricity from solar and wind energy, supplemented with conventional resources.||Defense Logistics Agency Energy (Fort Belvoir)||497,350,565|
|8||HP Enterprise Services||Herndon||IT services, capabilities and functions for the U.S. Strategic Command.||55th Contracting Squadron (Offutt Air Force Base, Neb.)||443,220,679|
|9||Booz Allen Hamilton||McLean||Supports enterprise management services for the Defense Intelligence Agency chief information officer and other intelligence community/Department of Defense elements.||Virginia Contracting Activity (Washington, D.C.)||400,000,000|
|10||CB&I Federal Services LLC||Alexandria||Mechanical, electrical and controls for construction, and/or design-build projects for military ground testing facilities.||Air Force Test Center (Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn.)||400,000,000|
|11||General Dynamics Electric Boat Corp.5||Groton, Conn.||Repairs for in-service, nuclear-powered submarines, special mission submersibles, moored training ships and submarine support facilities.||Naval Sea Systems Command (Washington, D.C.)||400,000,000|
|12||Huntington Ingalls Industries||Newport News||Repairs for in-service nuclear-powered submarines, special mission submersibles, moored training ships, and submarine support facilities.||Naval Sea Systems Command (Washington, D.C.)||400,000,000|
|13||Booz Allen Hamilton||McLean||Provide Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Agency with research, experimental development and acquisition of counter-threat technologies.||GSA Federal Systems Integration and Management Center(Washington, D.C.)||379,607,248|
|14||Northrop Grumman, Mission Systems7||Linthicum Heights, Md.||Procurement of nine Ground/Air Task-Oriented Radar low-rate initial production systems.||Marine Corps Systems Command (Quantico)||375,582,523|
|15||Leidos Holdings Inc.||Reston||Joint Mission Planning System engineering integration.||Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass.)||350,000,000|
|16||General Dynamics Electric Boat Corp.5||Groton, Conn.||Lead yard services and development studies and design for Virginia Class submarines.||Naval Sea Systems Command (Washington, D.C.)||300,610,855|
|17||Huntington Ingalls Inc., Ingalls Shipbuilding Division8,9||Pascagoula, Miss.||Planning, advanced engineering, and procurement of long lead time material in support of one amphibious assault ship.||Naval Sea Systems Command (Washington, D.C.)||272,467,161|
|18||Booz Allen Hamilton||McLean||Engineering and operation services to support Defense Intelligence Agency and intelligence community information technology requirements.||Virginia Contracting Activity (Washington, D.C.)||268,000,000|
|19||CH2M Hill Inc.||Virginia Beach||Architect-engineering contract for long-term environmental action services on Navy and Marine Corps installations.||Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Atlantic (Norfolk)||240,000,000|
|20||Trace Systems Inc.||Vienna||Provide deployed service members with access to infrastructure needed for commercial internet connectivity.||Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization (Scott Air Force Base, Ill.)||219,000,000|
|21||Tetra Tech Inc.||Norfolk||Architect-engineering contract for long-term environmental action services on Navy and Marine Corps installations.||Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Atlantic (Norfolk)||200,000,000|
|22||Northrop Grumman Systems Corp.7||Sierra Vista, Ariz.||Logistics support for the Hunter unmanned aircraft systems.||Army Contracting Command (Redstone Arsenal, Ala.)||190,254,770|
|23||Orbital ATK Inc.10||Chandler, Ariz.||Medium Range Ballistic Missile Type 3 configuration target system.||Missile Defense Agency|
|24||CACI-Athena Inc.11||Arlington||Joint Geospatial Analytical Support Services in support of U.S. Special Operations Command.||U.S. Special Operations Command Contracting office (Tampa, Fla.)||179,859,727|
|25||General Dynamics Lands System 5||Sterling Heights, Mich.||Acquire a Stryker Tow Simulator.||Army Contracting Command, Tank and Automotive (Warren, Mich.)||170,720,400|
1 Location of office awarded contract, not headquarters of company
2 Initial value
3 Business of Dominion Resources Inc.
4 Headquartered in McLean
5 Subsidiary of Falls Church-based General Dynamics
6 $640 million is for the lead ship on the order. If funding is available for all six ships and all options are exercised, contract value is $3,156,828,444.
7 Subsidiary of Falls Church-based Northrop Grumman Corp.
8 If all options are exercised on this contract, it is worth $3,133,852,637.
9 Subsidiary of Newport News-based Huntington Ingalls Industries
10 Headquartered in Dulles
11 CACI-Athena is a subsidiary of CACI International
Source: U.S. Department of Defense
Note: Includes U.S. Department of Defense contracts from 2016 worth at least $170 million awarded to Virginia-based companies; divisions and subsidiaries of Virginia companies; and Virginia-based divisions of companies based outside Virginia. Excludes multi-award contracts and contract modifications.