Government Contracts: Week of Nov. 11

BAE Systems Technology Solutions and Services of Rockville won a contract worth up to $21.7 million from the Navy for major production and in-service efforts.

Boeing of Annapolis Junction won a contract worth up to $19.3 million from the Air Force for labor, material and other resources.

The Institute for Defense Analysis of Alexandria won a contract worth up to $888.8 million from the Washington Headquarters Services for research and analysis.

Invincea Labs of Fairfax won a contract worth up to $3 million from the Air Force for research and development.

ManTech SRS Technologies of Fairfax won a contract worth up to $85 million from the Navy for architecture and engineering services.

Marstel-Day of Fredericksburg won a contract worth up to $10 million from the Army for architecture and engineering services.

Motorola Solutions of Columbia won a contract worth up to $3.1 million from the U.S. Postal Service for electric wire and power and distribution equipment.

National Industries for the Blind of Alexandria won a contract worth up to $1.2 million from the Defense Department for clothing, individual equipment and insignia.

Northrop Grumman of Herndon won a contract worth up to $36.2 million from the Air Force for aircraft components and accessories.

Power Auctions of the District won a contract worth up to $12.7 million from the Federal Communications Commission for research and development.

SRA International of Fairfax won a contract worth up to $1.3 million from the Defense Department for general purpose information technology equipment.

VAE of Reston won a contract worth up to $4 million from the Army for information technology services, including telecommunications services.

W.M. Schlosser Co. of Hyattsville won a contract worth up to $8.9 million from the Army for first high reservoir improvements.

Canon USA of Arlington, Cartridge Technologies of Rockville and Konica Minolta Business Solutions of Vienna won a contract worth up to $498 million from the Army to provide the Army with commercial off-the-shelf multi-functional devices and related services that will integrate, modernize and refresh the Army’s base architecture while providing standardized interfaces.

— Compiled by Vanessa Small

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