Bloomberg Government just published its eighth annual report of the top 200 Federal Industry Leaders in 2019. Noble was ranked #145 and is one of 32 new entrants to the BGOV200. The report recognizes the top federal contractors based on fiscal 2018 data for contracts awarded by U.S. Government agencies and departments. These rankings are broken down into categories and contract obligations.
Noble leads as a contractor in several categories identified by the report as positive market movers, with increasing government contractual spending. Noble’s top contract categories include Facility Supplies, Sustainment Materials and Supplies, Logistics Services, Facility-Related Services, Clothing, Textiles and Equipage, Technology Equipment, and Technology Services.
Noble's top value FY2018 Federal Government contracts by Agency/Department include:
#1 Department of Defense
#2 Defense: Defense Logistics Agency
#3 Defense: Air Force
#4 General Services Administration
#5 Defense: Navy
#6 Defense: Army
#7 Justice Department
The report also states that fiscal 2018 contracting dollars increased by $46.3 billion compared with the previous year. Congress passed multiple fiscal 2019 spending bills that totaled nearly $1.4 trillion.
You can download the full report from Bloomberg Government for a detailed analysis of the rankings here:
Noble is a provider of supply chain management, logistics, mission support, and technology/e-commerce solutions for the U.S. military, federal, state, and local governments. Noble's global footprint includes operation centers, distribution centers, and consolidation points positioned to expedite delivery and enhance product availability. A distributor of more than 11,000 manufacturers, Noble stocks over one million items in warehouses throughout the continental United States and abroad. Noble reduces the cost of readiness while maintaining the ability to respond to today's challenges rapidly.