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Tangled Web 2005: A Profile of the Missile Defense and Space Weapons Lobbies by William D. Hartung with Frida Berrigan, Michelle Ciarrocca, and Jonathan Wingo

TABLES

Table I: Missile Defense Spending Fiscal Years 2000 through 2006

 

FISCAL YEAR

AMOUNT

2000

$4.2 billion

2001

$5.8 billion

2002

$7.7 billion

2003

$7.6 billion

2004

$9.1 billion

2005

$9.9 billion

2006

$8.8 billion

Source: U.S. Department of Defense, Program Acquisition Costs by Weapons System, Fiscal Year 2001 to 2006 editions.

Table II: Top Ten Missile Defense Contractors, 2001 through 2004 (Figures in Millions of Dollars)

 

COMPANY

2001

2002

2003

2004

TOTAL

Boeing

$1,350

$2,090

$2,060

$2,930

$8,436

Lockheed Martin

$557

$1,420

$403

$1,220

$3,601

Raytheon

$225

$434

$655

$647

$1,962

Northrop Grumman

$104

$131

$190

$534

$960

Computer Sciences Corp.

$169

$163

$224

$187

$743

BAE Systems

$78

$84

$92

$93

$347

Sparta

$52

$48

$87

$77

$264

L-3

$56

$57

$43

$50

$206

Teledyne

$36

$51

$58

$58

$203

SAIC

$47

$35

$70

$17

$169

Source and Notes on Data: Federal Prime Contracts: Fiscal Year 2004 (Fairfax, Virginia: Eagle Eye Publishers, 2005).

Table III: Top 15 House Recipients of Funding From Missile Defense Contractors, 2001-2006

 

RANK

NAME

TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS

1

Rep. John Murtha

(D-PA)

$318,649

2

Rep. Duncan Hunter

(R-CA)

$245,670

3

Rep. Jane Harman

(D-CA)

$234,550

4

Rep. James Moran

(D-VA)

$234,200

5

Rep. Jerry Lewis

(R-CA)

$227,850

6

Rep. Duke Cunningham

(R-CA)

$182,500

7

Rep. Bud Cramer

(D-AL)

$172,844

8

Rep. Ike Skelton

(D-MO)

$155,628

9

Rep. Norman Dicks

(D-WA)

$155,500

10

Rep. Chet Edwards

(D-TX)

$143,000

11

Rep. Jim Saxton

(R-NJ)

$140,245

12

Rep. C.W. "Bill" Young

(R-FL)

$136,300

13

Rep. Robert Aderholt

(R-AL)

$131,237

14

Rep. Henry Bonilla

(R-TX)

$128,500

15

Rep. Curt Weldon

(R-PA)

$106,300

Source: Center for Responsive Politics

Table IV: Top 15 Senate Recipients of Funding From Missile Defense Contractors, 2001-2006

 

RANK

NAME

TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS

1

Sen. Richard Shelby

(R-AL)

$204,334

2

Sen. Jeff Sessions

(R-AL)

$145,250

3

Sen. Christopher Bond

(R-MO)

$120,750

4

Sen. Barbara Mikulski

(D-MD)

$107,750

5

Sen. John Warner

(R-VA)

$104,449

6

Sen. Ted Stevens

(R-AK)

$103,400

7

Sen. Patty Murray

(D-WA)

$97,250

8

Sen. Bill Nelson

(D-FL)

$88,500

9

Sen. Thad Cochran

(R-MS)

$80,500

10

Sen. Wayne Allard

(R-CO)

$77,200

11

Sen. Daniel Inouye

(D-HI)

$72,000

12

Sen. Dianne Feinstein

(D-CA)

$65,349

13

Sen. Carl Levin

(D-MI)

$64, 150

14

Sen. Judd Gregg

(R-NH)

$54,500

15

Sen. Mary Landrieu

(D-LA)

$54,000

Source: Center for Responsive Politics

 

 

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