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Washington area federal contract awards for Jan. 28

Aliron International of Bethesda; Arora Group of Gaithersburg; Chesapeake Government Health Services of Vienna; and PhyAmerica Government Services of Springfield won a contract worth up to $100 million from the Navy for various ancillary services.

AllTech of Herndon won a contract worth up to $10.8 million from the Department of Homeland Security for miscellaneous services.

Battlespace Flight Services of Arlington won a contract worth up to $13.7 million from the Air Force for MQ-1 O-level operation and maintenance services.

Booz Allen Hamilton of McLean won a contract worth up to $475 million from the Defense Department for medical services.

Critical Power and Cooling of Annapolis won a contract worth up to $2 million from the Department of Veterans Affairs for construction of structures and facilities.

DevTech Systems of Arlington won a contract worth up to $14.8 million from the Agency for International Development for professional, administrative and management support services.

INV Technologies of Chantilly won a contract worth up to $2.6 million from the Air Force for education and training services.

Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems of Arlington won a contract worth up to $184.1 million from the Army for information technology services, including telecommunications services.

Nexight Group of Silver Spring won a contract worth up to $8 million from the Department of Homeland Security for special studies and analysis, not research and development.

Norfolk Commerce Park of Bethesda won a contract worth up to $3.9 million from the General Services Administration for lease or rental of facilities.

Northrop Grumman Information Systems of McLean won a contract worth up to $19.2 million from the Navy for legacy information technology services.

Quinn Evans Architects of the District won a contract worth up to $1.9 million from the Smithsonian Institution for architect and engineering services.

RTW Enterprises of Ellicott City won a contract worth up to $1.9 million from the General Services Administration for maintenance, repair and alteration of real property.

Science Applications International Corp. of McLean won a contract worth up to $1.1 million from the Air Force for research and development.

Six3 Advanced Systems of Dulles won a contract worth up to $7 million from the Air Force for establishment of program requirements and milestones.

Smartronix of Hollywood, Md., won a contract worth up to $1.5 million from the General Services Administration for information technology services, including telecommunication services.

Tcom of Columbia won a contract worth up to $15.6 million from the Navy for aircraft and airframe structural components.

Westat of Rockville won a contract worth up to $6.7 million from the Education Department for special studies and analysis.

— Compiled by Vanessa Small

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