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2006’s Top 100 DHS Contractors

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America’s “Department of Homeland Security” has grown significantly in the wake of 9/11, and contracting growth has accompanied this trend. While the organization scrambles to hire experienced procurement staff, it must still manage the programs given to it by Congress, internal constituencies – and, of course, Mother Nature. 2006 was a busy year, and Government Security News has a list of the Top 100 DHS contractors of 2006. Here’ are the top 10: # Fluor ($1.5 billion). One of the world’s largest engineering and construction companies. # Shaw Environmental ($852.2 million). Includes environmental and infrastructure services, and also building protection & security services. # Bechtel National, Inc. ($471.2 million). Engineering, construction, and project management. # C2HM Hill Constructors, Inc. ($436.5 million). Full service engineering, consulting, construction and operations management. # IBM ($413.3 million. I.T. systems and consulting. # Unisys Corp. ($362.8 million). I.T. systems, also a top RFID vendor # Integrated Coast Guard Systems ($325.6 million). The Lockheed/ Northrop-Grumman partnership responsible for the Coast Guard’s troubled Deepwater program. # American Red Cross ($285 million). Often mobilized in the wake of diasters; also involved in emergency preparedness. # L-3 Communications ($270.6 million). Surveillance and reconnaissance systems, satellites, and secure communications. Also […]

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