Leidos remains atop the Washington Technology Top 100
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For the third year in a row, Leidos tops the Washington Technology Top 100.
Specifics: The list ranks the largest federal contractors by revenue in the high-tech market (work in IT, systems integration, professional services and telecom). Leidos expanded its lead by more than $1.3 billion from the previous year, driven by large contract wins and acquisitions:
- In May, Leidos completed its acquisition of Gibbs & Cox, expanding its work in naval architecture and marine engineering.
- In February, the company landed a $2 billion contract to expand the military’s nonmedical counseling program.
- In January, the company completed its acquisition of 1901 Group, advancing the company’s digital modernization strategy by two years, according to CFO Jim Reagan.
- In December, the company won an $8 billion contract to modernize the Navy’s enterprise network.
- Last May, the company completed its acquisition of the L3Harris Technologies airport security business.
- Last January, the company completed its acquisition of Dynetics, expanding its work in weapons development and space exploration.
From the source: “Leidos has all the characteristics of a great company,” Reagan said. “We understand our customers, meet their needs, do right by our employees and embrace change.”
Looking ahead: Reagan said the military's focus on modernization should continue to strengthen the company, as should infrastructure modernization in air travel and energy.
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