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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
(Huntsville, Ala.) 182,067,817
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.




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