Contracts awarded for week of Dec. 23

Aecom National Security Programs of Springfield won a contract worth up to $10 million from the Army to provide U.S. Forces-Afghanistan with the capability to passively gather, analyze and disseminate open-source atmospheric information.

Alaska Universal Services of McLean won a contract worth up to $2.6 million from the Department of Health and Human Services for maintenance, repair and alteration of real property.

American Truck & Bus of Annapolis won a contract worth up to $9.3 million from the General Services Administration for ground effects vehicles, motor vehicles, trailers and cycles.

BAE Systems Technology Solutions of Rockville won a contract worth up to $56.5 million from the Navy for D5 strategic weapons systems programs, guided missile submarine attack weapons systems programs, nuclear weapons security and future concepts.

Booz Allen Hamilton of McLean won a contract worth up to $18.1 million from the Air Force for systems engineering and integration.

CDM Federal Programs of Fairfax won a contract worth up to $10.7 million from the Navy for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command utility inventory and risk assessment pilot.

Decisive Analytics of Arlington won a contract worth up to $76.4 million from the Defense Department for professional, administrative and management support services.

EADS North America of Herndon won a contract worth up to $33.2 million from the Army for the purchase of six UH-72A Lakota aircraft and six airborne radio communication 231 radios.

East O&M of Gainesville won a contract worth up to $1.9 million from the Army for operation of government-owned facilities.

Emcor Government Services of Arlington won a contract worth up to $30.8 million from the Navy for regional base operating support services.

ExxonMobil Fuels Marketing of Fairfax won a contract worth up to $872.6 million from the Defense Logistics Agency for aviation turbine fuel.

General Dynamics of Fairfax won a contract worth up to $35 million from the Army for professional, administrative and management support services.

GKY & Associates of Chantilly won a contract worth up to $5 million from the Army for architect and engineering services.

GMG Management Consulting of Elkridge won a contract worth up to $13.1 million from the Department of Health and Human Services for professional, administrative and management support services.

Integrity Applications of Chantilly won a contract worth up to $42.3 million from the Navy for research and development.

Jorge Scientific of Arlington won a contract worth up to $7.3 million from the Army for Counterinsurgency Advisory and Assistance Team services.

Koniag Information Security Systems of Chantilly won a contract worth up to $6.6 million from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for contractor support services for the DARPA Security and Intelligence Directorate.

KPMG of McLean won a contract worth up to $12.8 million from the Defense Logistics Agency for management services, personnel and documentation required for audit readiness review.

Magnificus of the District won a contract worth up to $5.7 million from the Army for medical services.

Management Systems International of the District won a contract worth up to $19.9 million from the Agency for International Development for professional, administrative and management support services.

North America Landscaping, Construction and Dredge of Ellicott City won a contract worth up to $1.7 million from the Army for maintenance, repair and alteration of real property.

PE Systems of Fairfax won a contract worth up to $9 million from the Air Force for professional acquisition support services.

Saul Holdings of Bethesda won a contract worth up to $2.4 million from the General Services Administration for lease or rental of facilities.

Science Applications International Corp. of McLean, Booz Allen Hamilton of McLean, Exelis of Alexandria, Northrop Grumman Systems of Herndon, Wintec Arrowmaker of Fort Washington and Technical and Project Engineering of Alexandria won a contract worth up to $480 million from the Army to support the Army Research Laboratory’s increased unique mission cell requirements.

— Compiled by Vanessa Small

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