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100 Companies Receiving the Largest Dollar Volume of Prime Contract Awards Fiscal Year 1991
WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS SERVICES (DOD) DC DIRECTORATE FOR INFORMATION OPERATIONS AND REPORTS
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This report presents summary data on the 100 companies and their subsidiaries receiving the largest dollar volume of Department of Defense DoD prime contract awards during Fiscal Year FY 1991. Table 1, page 7 lists the 100 companies in alphabetical order and gives their associated rank. Table 2 page 9 identifies the parent companies in rank order, with their subsidiaries, and gives the total net value of awards for both the parent company and its subsidiaries. In many cases the parent company receives no awards itself but appears on the list because of its subsidiaries. Table 2 also shows what percent of the total awards each companys awards represent as well as the cumulative percent represented by all companies. Data in this report reflect the net value of both debit and credit procurement actions over 25,000 e.g. the value of a terminated contract or other downward adjustment to a contract is deducted from a firms total award amount, while modifications and other positive adjustments are treated as increases. Procurement actions include definitive contracts, the obligated portions of letter contracts, job orders, task orders, delivery orders, and any other orders against existing contracts. Research and development, services, construction, and supply and equipment contracts, worldwide, are included. The report does not include those parts of definite quantity contracts that have not been translated into specific orders to business firms, or those contracts that have not yet become mutually binding agreements between the government and the company. The company totals do not include contracts made by other U.S. Government agencies and financed with Department of Defense funds or contracts awarded in foreign nations through their respective governments.
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