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List / Directory of Corporate Conglomerates 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.


Fluor Corporation. Fluor Corporation is one of the world's largest, publicly owned engineering, procurement, construction, and maintenance services companies. Fluor serves customers in a wide variety of traditional and evolving industries worldwide, including chemicals and petrochemicals; commercial and institutional; government projects; life sciences; manufacturing; microelectronics; mining; oil and gas; power; telecommunications; and transportation infrastructure. [Information retrieved from About Fluor on 5 March 2005]:

- DEL-JEN. Although we offer a wide range of services, we choose to concentrate on what we do best; providing our clients with professional and technically sound facilities maintenance and base operations, construction services, and education & training. [information retrieved from History on 1 January 2007]:

General Dynamics. We are market leaders in business aviation; land and expeditionary combat vehicles and systems, armaments, and munitions; shipbuilding and marine systems; and mission-critical information systems and technologies. General Dynamics employs approximately 91,200 people worldwide and has four business groups – Aerospace, Combat Systems, Marine Systems and Information Systems and Technology. [Information retrieved from main page on 31 August 2010]:

- General Dynamics Information Technology. General Dynamics Information Technology, formerly Anteon International Corporation, is one of four business units within General Dynamics' Information Systems & Technology group. General Dynamics Information Technology is a provider of mission-focused IT services to defense, intelligence and civilian agencies and commercial customers. [Information retrieved from About Us on 31 August 2010]:

• Halliburton. For almost a century, Halliburton has made an indelible impression on the world. From developing breakthrough technologies and constructing monumental infrastructure projects to managing logistics for military operations, Halliburton and our predecessor companies have been leaders in the energy services and engineering and construction (E&C) industries. [Information retrieved from History of Halliburton on 1 January 2007]:

IAP Worldwide Services. IAP is a leading provider of support services and expertise to the U.S. Department of Defense, other federal customers, and state and foreign governments. We build and operate remote base camps, provide air traffic control services and generate power for military operations. We provide around-the-clock maintenance services to keep military bases running smoothly. And we help the U.S. government supply urgently-needed disaster relief supplies to civilians. [Information retrieved from About IAP on 1 December 2006]:

KBR. KBR (Kellogg, Brown and Root) remained a part of Halliburton for 44 years until it officially separated in April 2007 to become a stand-alone company. Today, KBR employs over 50,000 people and is considered to be a leading global engineering, construction and services company which supports the energy, petrochemicals, government services and civil infrastructure sectors. [Information retrieved from KBR History on 10 June 2007]:

• L-3 Communications Corporation. In 1997, the late Frank C. Lanza and Robert V. LaPenta decided to form a business that could serve as a leading mezzanine company in the defense electronics and communications industry. Today, L-3 products include Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) systems, secure communications systems, aircraft modernization, training and government services, guidance and navigation, sensors, scanners, fuzes, data links, propulsion systems, simulators, avionics, electro optics, satellite communications, electrical power equipment, encryption, signal intelligence, antennas and microwave components. [Information retrieved from About L-3 on 1 January 2007]:

- Titan Corporation. Founded in 1981 and headquartered in San Diego, California L-3 Communications Titan is a leading provider of comprehensive information and communications products, solutions, and services for National Security and the Security of our Homeland. Serving the Department of Defense, intelligence agencies, and other government customers. [Information retrieved from About Us on 10 November 2005]:

Lockheed Martin. Lockheed Martin Corporation was formed in March 1995 with the merger of two of the world's premier technology companies, Lockheed Corporation and Martin Marietta Corporation. Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, Lockheed Martin employs about 140,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture and integration of advanced technology systems, products and services. [Information retrieved from About Us on 30 December 2006]:

Marsh & McLennan Companies. MMC is a global professional services firm with annual revenues of approximately $12 billion. Some 55,000 employees provide analysis, advice, and transactional capabilities to clients in over 100 countries. Our companies are active in Risk and Insurance Services, Risk Consulting and Technology, Consulting, and Investment Management. [Information retrieved from About MMC on 1 January 2007]:

Northrop Grumman Corporation. The company provides technologically advanced, innovative products, services and solutions in defense electronics, systems integration, information technology, advanced aircraft, shipbuilding, and space technology. [Information retrieved from FAQ on 17 October 2003]:

Oshkosh Corporation. We designs and builds the world's toughest specialty trucks and truck bodies and access equipment by working shoulder-to-shoulder with the people who use them. This philosophy has earned Oshkosh a leadership position in every truck market in which we compete, including defense, fire and emergency, concrete placement and refuse hauling. [Information retrieved from About Oshkosh on 31 August 2010]:

- Oshkosh Defense:

Parsons Corporation. Founded in 1944, Parsons is one of the largest 100% employee-owned engineering and construction companies in the United States, with revenues exceeding $3 billion in 2005. We surmount the toughest logistical challenges and deliver landmark design-build projects across the globe. Our ability to plan, design, construct, and operate diverse facilities and infrastructure systems has satisfied both government and industrial clients' needs for over 60 years. [Information retrieved from Fact Sheet on 1 January 2007]:

- Parsons Project Iraq (October 16, 2006, archived page): click here

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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