D.C. area federal contracts for week of Oct. 7

A.T. Kearney of Arlington won a contract worth up to $4.5 million from the Navy for special studies and analysis, not research and development.

Akima Construction Services of Laurel won a contract worth up to $80 million from the Army to provide worldwide design-build and construction capabilities for access control point construction and equipment installation.

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Akira Technologies of the District won a contract worth up to $3.8 million from the Department of Health and Human Services for professional, administrative and management support services.

AOAC International of Gaithersburg won a contract worth up to $523.4 million from the Department of Health and Human Services for professional, administrative and management support services.

AOC Support Services of Chantilly won a contract worth up to $11.4 million from the Navy for base operating support services.

Apro International of Vienna and CACI Dynamic Systems of Chantilly won a contract worth up to $100 million from the Army for professional, administrative and management support services.

BAE Systems Technology Solutions & Services of Rockville won a contract worth up to $13.6 million from the Navy for the operation and maintenance of Navy communication, electronic and computer systems.

Best Staffing Team of Alexandria won a contract worth up to $1.5 million from the General Services Administration for professional, administrative and management support services.

Biscayne Contractors of Alexandria won a contract worth up to $4.7 million from the Army for maintenance, repair and alteration of real property.

Blackwood Associates of Annapolis won a contract worth up to $1.4 million from the Air Force for general purpose information technology equipment.

Booz Allen Hamilton of McLean won a contract worth up to $1.4 million from the Army for professional, administrative and management support services.

Booz Allen Hamilton of McLean won a contract worth up to $2.8 million from the Navy for professional, administrative and management support services.

Booz Allen Hamilton won a contract worth up to $6.7 million from the Air Force for research and development.

CA Federal Division of Herndon won a contract worth up to $8.6 million from the Army for general purpose information technology equipment.

CACI Technologies of Chantilly won a contract worth up to $1.9 million from the Air Force for research and development.

CACI Technologies of Chantilly won a contract worth up to $9.4 million from the Army for research and development.

Cellphire of Rockville won a contract worth up to $56.7 million from the Department of Health and Human Services for research and development.

CGI Federal of Fairfax won a contract worth up to $12.4 million from the Army to monitor and handle network information systems operations in the National Capital Region.

Contrack International of McLean won a contract worth up to $49.4 million from the Army for Army Prepositioned Stocks Facilities at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.

DCS-Millennium of Arlington won a contract worth up to $1.3 million from the Army for communication, detection and coherent radiation equipment.

DLT Solutions of Herndon won a contract worth up to $840,000 from the Army for general purpose information technology equipment.

DRS Technical Services of Herndon won a contract worth up to $8 million from the Army for professional, administrative and management support services.

DRS-TSI of Herndon won a contract worth up to $31.8 million from the Army for support of rapid response solutions for command, control, communications and computer capabilities.

DSFederal of Gaithersburg won a contract worth up to $3.9 million from the Department of Homeland Security for information technology services, including telecommunications services.

Emcor Government Services of Arlington won a contract worth up to $40.5 million from the Navy for regional base operating support services.

Emmes Corp. of Rockville won a contract worth up to $1.7 million from the Department of Health and Human Services for research and development.

Encore NG Service of Rockville won a contract worth up to $1.9 million from Tricare Management Activity for professional, administrative and management support services.

Enterprise Resources Planning International of Laurel won a contract worth up to $30.6 million from the Army for medical services.

Exelis of Herndon won a contract worth up to $1.8 million from the Air Force for research and development.

FedPoint of Fairfax won a contract worth up to $1.5 million from the Department of Health and Human Services for construction of structures and facilities.

Force 3 of Crofton won a contract worth up to $2.2 million from the Commerce Department for general purpose information technology equipment.

Forrester Construction Co. of Rockville won a contract worth up to $59.1 million from the Army for construction of structures and facilities.

Futron of Woodbridge won a contract worth up to $2.4 million from the Air Force for information technology services, including telecommunications.

Gearhart Construction Services of Ashburn won a contract worth up to $13.5 million from the Army for maintenance, repair and alteration of real property.

HP Enterprise Services of Herndon won a contract worth up to $2.6 million from the Army for information technology services, including telecommunications services.

Hurricane Consulting of Fairfax won a contract worth up to $1.8 million from the Army for professional, administrative and management support services.

Ideal Innovations of Arlington won a contract worth up to $3.7 million from the Army for professional, administrative and management support services.

Information Technology Solutions & Consulting of Falls Church won a contract worth up to $12.4 million from the Defense Department for professional, administrative and management support services.

Insight Public Sector of Chantilly won a contract worth up to $3.3 million from the Army for general purpose information technology equipment.

Iron Bow Technologies of Chantilly won a contract worth up to $1.6 million from the Army for general purpose information technology equipment.

Juncture Consulting of Woodbridge won a contract worth up to $1.2 million from the Army for education and training services.

Ki Ho Military Acquisition Consulting of Fairfax won a contract worth up to $1.6 million from the Air Force for aircraft components and accessories.

KIG Technical Services of Sterling won a contract worth up to $16.1 million from the Navy for procurement of 12 light observation aircraft.

Kimley Horn & Associates of Reston and Parsons Brinckerhoff of Herndon won a contract worth up to $15 million from the Transportation Department for architect and engineering services.

Korelogic of Deale, Md., won a contract worth up to $2.7 million from the Air Force for research and development.

L-3 National Security Solutions of Reston, Lockheed Martin of Gaithersburg, Computer Sciences Corp. of Falls Church, AT&T Government Solutions of Vienna; Serco of Reston, Booz Allen Hamilton of McLean, Intelligent Decisions of Ashburn, DRS Technical Services of Herndon and General Dynamics One Source of Fairfax won a contract worth up to $4.1 million from the Army for communication, detection and coherent radiation equipment.

Lakewood Estates of Rockville won a contract worth up to $5 million from the General Services Administration for lease or rental of facilities.

Lockheed Martin of Gaithersburg won a contract worth up to $97.4 million from the Army for a continuation of information management technology services.

Logistics Management Institute of McLean won a contract worth up to $2.5 million from NASA for research and development.

Lynker Technologies of Sterling won a contract worth up to $9.5 million from the Commerce Department for natural resources and conservation services.

Mandiant of Alexandria won a contract worth up to $2.5 million from the Defense Department for research and development.

Maximus Federal Services of Reston won a contract worth up to $43.2 million from the Department of Health and Human Services for professional, administrative and management support services.

Meridian Medical Technologies of Columbia won a contract worth up to $60.8 million from the Department of Health and Human Services for medical, dental and veterinary equipment and supplies.

Mitre of McLean won a contract worth up to $626 million from the Army for research, development, testing and evaluation funds.

Nacon Consulting of Annapolis won a contract worth up to $1.5 million from the Army for education and training services.

Nathan Associates of Arlington won a contract worth up to $26.9 million from the Agency for International Development for professional, administrative and management support services.

Nationwide IT Services of Alexandria won a contract worth up to $4.4 million from the State Department for information technology services, including telecommunications services.

NCI Information Systems of Reston won a contract worth up to $16.3 million from the Army to provide support to the Army National Guard training division and its distributed learning program.

Niitek of Dulles won a contract worth up to $10.6 million from the Army for procurement of six Husky Mounted Detection System ground-penetrating radar test units and a test support package including spare parts, technical data, an interface control document, logistics data and test support services.

Northrop Grumman Mission Systems of Herndon won a contract worth up to $1.6 million from the Navy for professional, administrative and management support services.

Northrop Grumman of Linthicum Heights won a contract worth up to $7 million from the Air Force for maintainability and performance improvements or upgrades to the current F-16 Block 30 AN/APG-68 radar system.

Northrop Grumman Systems of Linthicum Heights won a contract worth up to $85.3 million from the Army for maintenance, repair and rebuilding of equipment.

Northrop Grumman Systems of McLean won a contract worth up to $10.1 million from the Social Security Administration for information technology services, including telecommunications services.

Northrop Grumman Technical Services of Herndon won a contract worth up to $40 million from the Air Force for the acquisition of engineering services for the T-38 and F-5 aircraft.

Northrop Grumman Technical Services of Herndon won a contract worth up to $24.1 million from the Air Force for overhaul of seven different B-2 Tailpipe components.

Northrop Grumman Technical Services of Herndon won a contract worth up to $795.9 million from the Air Force for contractor logistics support services.

Omega Aerial Refueling Services of Alexandria won a contract worth up to $30.6 million from the Navy for contractor owned and operated aircraft services.

Optimal Solutions Group of College Park won a contract worth up to $5 million from the Small Business Administration for professional, administrative and management support services.

Partners for Global Research and Development of Silver Spring won a contract worth up to $24 million from the Agency for International Development for professional, administrative and management support services.

Phacil of Arlington won a contract worth up to $10.9 million from the Army to acquire computer facilities management services to support the Defense Department’s High Performance Computing Modernization Program Office Integrated Support Services.

Premier Management of Columbia won a contract worth up to $56 million from the Air Force for professional, administrative and management support services.

Ravens Group of Lanham won a contract worth up to $1.9 million from the Navy for medical services.

Ribeiro Construction of Clinton won a contract worth up to $1.6 million from the Air Force for maintenance, repair and alteration of real property.

SAF of Alexandria won a contract worth up to $3.2 million from the Army for maintenance, repair and alteration of real property.

Science Applications International Corp. of McLean won a contract worth up to $33.9 million from the Army to collect, process, disseminate, store and maintain high-resolution 3D geospatial information by conducting flight operations and terrestrial collection operations, and by processing and producing the required high-resolution 3D geospatial data products

Science Applications International Corp. of McLean won a contract worth up to $29.9 million from Tricare Management Activity to provide a nationwide nurse advice line service.

Science Applications International Corp. of McLean won a contract worth up to $442.5 million from the Department of Homeland Security for maintenance, repair and rebuilding of equipment.

Sentinel Square of the District won a contract worth up to $4.5 million from the General Services Administration for lease or rental of facilities.

Serco of Reston won a contract worth up to $6.9 million from the Army for the logistics civil augmentation program.

Siemens Government Technologies of Arlington won a contract worth up to $7 billion for miscellaneous services.

STnet of Rockville won a contract worth up to $5.6 million from the Air Force for communication, detection and coherent radiation equipment.

Superior Communications of Rockville won a contract worth up to $10.7 million from the Navy for the procurement of Harris mobile radios and associated components.

Systems Planning and Analysis of Alexandria won a contract worth up to $8.1 million from the Navy for systems engineering and analysis support, arms control support, research and development support, program planning and propulsion support services.

Tanager of Annapolis Junction won a contract worth up to $1 million from the General Services Administration for general purpose information technology equipment.

Facility Technology Services of Sterling won a contract worth up to $2 million from the General Services Administration for construction and building materials.

Technology and Supply Management of Alexandria won a contract worth up to $29.4 million from the Army for prefabricated structures and scaffolding.

Technology and Supply Management of Fairfax won a contract worth up to $4.7 million from the Navy for maintenance, repair and rebuilding of equipment.

Thales Communications of Clarksburg won a contract worth up to $15.1 million from the Navy for depot level specialized test equipment and the relevant technical data required to establish depot level support.

Thundercat Technology of Reston won a contract worth up to $1.6 million from the Defense Department for information technology services, including telecommunications services.

Unisys of Reston won a contract worth up to $8 million from the General Services Administration for clothing, individual equipment and insignia.

University of Maryland of College Park won a contract worth up to $2.8 million from the Department of Homeland Security for research and development.

URS Federal Services of Germantown won a contract worth up to $10.6 million from the Army for maintenance support.

Vanasse Hangen Bruslin of Vienna won a contract worth up to $15 million from the Transportation Department for architect and engineering services.

Veraxx Engineering of Chantilly won a contract worth up to $85 million from the Army for training aids, devices, simulators and simulations.

Vion of Herndon won a contract worth up to $10.6 million from the National Archives and Records Administration for information technology services, including telecommunications services.

VW International of Alexandria won a contract worth up to $13 million from the Army for the Yongsan Relocation Program at U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys.

Westat of Rockville won a contract worth up to $310.2 million from the Department of Health and Human Services for special studies and analysis.

Whiting-Turner Contracting of Greenbelt won a contract worth up to $38.6 million from the Navy for energy efficiency improvements.

Whitney, Bradley & Brown of Reston won a contract worth up to $13.1 million from the Navy to provide technical and professional services.

Wiley & Wilson of Alexandria won a contract worth up to $12 million from the Army for architectural engineering services.

Wycliffe Enterprises of Frederick won a contract worth up to $49.2 million from the Army to provide all plant, labor, material, equipment and transportation necessary to perform facility maintenance, alterations, repair and minor construction.

Xicon Solutions of Falls Church won a contract worth up to $10.1 million from the Defense Department for professional, administrative and management support services.

— Compiled by Vanessa Small

 
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