Robins Air Force Base contributed $2.75 billion to the Georgia economy during fiscal 2015, according to a new report.
The impact reflected a slight increase from the 2014 impact, which came in at $2.7 billion.
The fiscal 2015 statement put Robins' workforce at 21,864, which included 13,258 civilians, 5,953 military members and 2,653 other employees.
In fiscal 2014, Robins' workforce was at 22,259, including 13,603 civilians, 6,093 military members and 2,563 other employees.
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Robins also paid out about $1.31 billion in salaries last year, compared to $1.3 billion in fiscal 2014.
The largest portion for 2015 -- $910 million -- went to civilians working on base, while military members accounted for $381 million, and nonfederal civilians and contract employees accounted for just above $15 million.
The base also awarded $5 billion in contracts during fiscal 2015. Of that total, more than $400 million went to Georgia companies and nearly half -- $199.5 million -- went to Cobb County-based firms, the report said.
The other top counties by awards were Houston ($157.8 million), Fulton ($19.6 million), DeKalb ($6.4 million), and Bibb ($5.3 million).
The top five contracts were awarded to contractors Boeing, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, and General Atomics.
The base spent $27.5 million on utilities last year, and most of it -- about $22.3 million -- went toward electricity bills.
To contact writer Linda S. Morris, call 744-4223 or follow her on Twitter@MidGaBiz.