Contractors in Iraq, Afghanistan, FY 2004-2006

The top 10 contractors and what they earned.

*  Unidentified Foreign Entities – $20,435,870,190
1.  KBR (formerly Kellogg Brown and Root) – $16,059,282,020
2.  DynCorp International (Veritas Capital) – $1,838,156,100
3.  Washington Group International – $1,044,686,850
4.  IAP Worldwide Services (Cerberus Capital Management) – $901,973,910
5.  Environmental Chemical Corporation – $899,701,070
6.  L-3 Communications Holdings – $853,535,680
7.  Fluor Corporation – $736,853,200
8.  Perini Corporation – $720,859,110
9.  Orascom Construction Industries – $617,089,510
10.  Parsons Corporation – $579,265,450

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