< PrevNext > 98. BAE Systems Arlington, Va. Share 2018 U.S.-Booked Air Volume: $47 million2018 U.S. T&E: $117 millionPrimary U.S. Air Suppliers: Delta, American, UnitedPrimary U.S. Hotel Suppliers: Marriott, Hilton, intercontinentalPrimary U.S. Car Rental Suppliers: Avis Budget Group, Enterprise/NationalPrimary U.S. Online Booking Tool: ConcurPrimary U.S. Payment Supplier: American ExpressCard Program: individual bill/central payPrimary U.S. Expense Supplier: ConcurPrimary U.S. Travel Risk Management Supplier: International SOS Consolidated U.S. TMC: BCDLast year, BAE Systems added travel dashboard metrics that compare key spend and compliance areas by sector and it updated key performance indicators to focus on savings and to create more actionable data for following up with travelers. It also limited business class airfare use to international flights of six hours or more. BAE has a single U.S. travel policy. This year, it aims to improve the travel process for job applicants and to source meetings more strategically. BAE Systems also is rolling out information that can be posted on each sector's intranet page, touching on such topics as hotel cost savings initiatives, agency process changes, the meetings sourcing program, booking channel compliance and use of preferred hotels. The company's U.S.-booked air volume rose 9.3 percent in 2018 from 2017's $43 million, and it expects spend to remain flat this year. Of its 2018 U.S.-booked air spend, 55 percent was for domestic travel. The company's 2018 revenue totaled $10 billion.