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FACTBOX-Top private contractors in Iraq/Afghanistan
November 20, 2007 / 5:32 PM / in 10 years

FACTBOX-Top private contractors in Iraq/Afghanistan

 HOUSTON, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Following is a list of the top 15 recipients of reconstruction funds for Iraq and Afghanistan from the U.S. government for fiscal years 2004 to 2006, according to an analysis from the nonprofit Center for Public Integrity (CPI).
 U.S. government contracts for work in those countries have jumped more than 50 percent a year, from $11 billion in 2004 to nearly $17 billion in 2005 and more than $25 billion in 2006.
 The list was created from data available from the General Service Administration's Federal Procurement Data System and does not include amounts paid to unidentified foreign companies, the CPI said.
 KBR, which has won the largest number of government contracts by far, is a former unit of Halliburton Co (HAL.N). 1.  KBR Inc (KBR.N)                            $16,059,282,020 2.  DynCorp International                      $ 1,838,156,100 3.  Washington Group Int'l Inc WNG.N         $ 1,044,686,850 4.  IAP Worldwide Services Inc                 $   901,973,910 5.  Environmental Chemical Corp                $   899,701,070 6.  L-3 Communications Holdings Inc (LLL.N)    $   853,535,680 7.  Fluor Corp (FLR.N)                         $   736,853,200 8.  Perini Corp PCR.N                        $   720,859,110 9.  Orascom Construction Industries OCIC.CA  $   617,089,510 10. Parsons Corp                               $   579,265,450 11. First Kuwaiti General Trading And Contracting Co.
                                            $   495,404,500 12. Blackwater USA                             $   485,149,590 13. Tetra Tech Inc (TTEK.O)                    $   362,107,010 14. AMEC PLC AMEC.L                          $   317,171,280 15. Laguna Pueblo                              $   312,677,530  Source: Center for Public Integrity, www.publicintegrity.org  (Reporting by Anna Driver in Houston; editing by Andre Grenon)   

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