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The Post 200 is an annual snapshot of the companies, law firms, nonprofits and other organizations that power our local economy. Here's a look at this year's list.

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A driver is seen during simulation training in the Common Driver Training (CDT) Stryker variant. (Courtesy of SAIC)

Public companies

8. Science Applications International Corp.

The contracting giant made a dramatic change this year, announcing it will split into two public companies, a $4 billion business focused on technical services and a $7 billion one for information technology products. Earlier in the year, the company had appointed John P. Jumper as chief executive, replacing Walter P. Havenstein. Seeking to boost its health technology work, SAIC also purchased Westfield, Ind.-based MaxIT Healthcare this year.


Veterans make up nearly 25 percent of SAIC’s workforce.



Founded: 1969

Chairman: John P. Jumper

Revenue: $10587000000

Assets: $6667000000

Employees (local): 40000 (15000)

NOTE: Our methodology for the rankings.
DATE: Dec. 17, 2012
CREDIT: Dan Beyers, Sarah Halzack, Greg Linch, Jason Bartz - The Washington Post.