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last updated 05-Apr-2016

List / Directory of Corporations focusing on Aerospace, Defense, Homeland Security, Intelligence, IT, Systems Integration, and Outsourcing and by areas of operation, capabilities, corporate evolution, and noteworthy subsidiaries. All these highly-diversified corporations offer services wholly or partially overlapping private security and private military service provision.


AECOM. A global company, providing design and management services in the transportation, facilities, and environmental markets through a family of operating companies. AECOM also offers specialized services to the technical support, mining and power, and international development assistance sectors. [Information retrieved from About Us on 30 September 2005]:

Alenia Aeronautica. A Finmeccanica company active in the military and civil markets. The Alenia Aeronautica product portfolio includes proprietary products like the C-27J, the only true modern tactical airlifter available today worldwide, and plays key roles in world-class programs like Eurofighter Typhoon, the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and the European UCAV demonstrator Neuron. [Information retrieved from Our Company on 20 June 2007]:

Anteon International Corporation. General Dynamics completed its acquisition of Anteon on 8 June 2006. Anteon will be combined with the General Dynamics Network Systems business unit to form a new organization known as General Dynamics Information Technology. click here

ATCO Frontec. ATCO Frontec, a wholly owned subsidiary of Canadian Utilities Limited. Canadian Utilities Limited is majority owned by ATCO Ltd., and both are publicly traded Canadian corporations. With corporate offices located in Calgary, Alberta and over 25 offices internationally, ATCO Frontec provides a wide range of customizable services to a variety of customers in Canada, the United States, the Balkans, and Afghanistan. The company's projects, businesses and joint ventures employ about 1,400 people. [Information retrieved from Company Profile on 1 January 2007]:

Babcock International Group. Babcock is a highly experienced support services company with a wide range of technical skills. We combine these with commercial know-how, innovative ideas and industry best practice to deliver complete support contracts to a broad range of government and industrial customers.Our people are delivering vital support services to military and civil customers at establishments across the UK. [Information retrieved from About Us on 1 January 2007]:

BAE Systems. We are fulfilling our vision to be the premier transatlantic aerospace and defence company through unrivalled breadth of expertise and capability, world class performance and consistent delivery: 5 continents and 90,000 people; the largest European and 10 US defence company; order book of £51.2 billion, £14.8 billion annual sales, and £1.2 billion annual R&D spend with 100 new inventions a year. [Information retrieved from About Us on 1 January 2007]:

- United Defense Industries. On 10 May 2005, UDI's stockholders approved the merger of the company with BAE Systems:

BearingPoint. The name BearingPoint means setting direction to achieve results. As business systems integrators, we align our clients’ business processes and information systems to enable them to access the right information at the right time, empowering them to achieve their desired business results and create enterprise value. [Information retrieved from About Us on 1 January 2007]:

Bechtel Corporation. Bechtel is a global engineering, construction and project management company with more than a century of experience on complex projects in challenging locations. Privately owned with headquarters in San Francisco, we have 40 offices around the world and 40,000 employees. We had revenues of $18.1 billion in 2005 and booked new work valued at $18.5 billion. [Information retrieved from Corporate Overview on 1 January 2007]:

Boeing. We are the world's leading aerospace company and the largest manufacturer of commercial jetliners and military aircraft combined. Additionally, Boeing designs and manufactures rotorcraft, electronic and defense systems, missiles, satellites, launch vehicles and advanced information and communication systems:

Booz Allen Hamilton. With deep expertise in both strategy and technology, Booz Allen Hamilton transcends the conventional categories of consulting. Our global breadth of proficiencies — spanning functional capabilities, experience in more than 20 industries ranging from high technology to finance to consumer products, and government work with diverse public sector markets — is grounded in our first-hand knowledge gained from serving clients. [Information retrieved from Services on 1 January 2007]:

This is a sample list. While some of the entities listed above are key players and/or have been discussed in the debate on the topic, some other are emerging entities or have been incorporated into the list by request. For further information on a particular company, service, or unit, please contact the respective source.

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