The McLean, Va.-based defense contractor reported a 3 percent revenue increase from the prior year period, recording $2.87 billion for the most recent quarter compared to $2.79 billion in the third quarter for fiscal 2011.
Revenue for the company’s health, energy and civilian solutions segment increased 2 percent year-over-year, recording $2.08 billion for the most recent quarter compared to nearly $2 billion in the prior year period.
“This quarter we are reporting modest year-over-year revenue growth and solid new business bookings even in the currently cautious government market, ” Chairman and CEO John Jumper said. “Our outlook continues to be cautious as the government approaches critical fiscal decisions.
“Under any scenario, we expect government spending to be constrained, especially in the defense market, and we are preparing for the budget pressures.”
Net business bookings totaled $4.8 billion for the quarter, representing a book-to-bill ratio of 1.7.
Awards for the quarter included:
- a $433 million enterprise IT contract with U.S. Central Command
- a $149 million enterprise IT contract with the Department of the Army
- a $52 million training support contract with the Federal Emergency Management Agency
- nearly $242 million in healthcare contracts with government and commercial clients