States News Service
Monday, May 10, 2004; Page E04
Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems & Solutions of Gaithersburg won a $236.6 million contract from the Missile Defense Agency for the development, integration and installation of the command, control, battle management and communications capability for the Ballistic Missile Defense System.
AT&T's Government Solutions Division of Vienna won a contract valued at up to $134 million from the Army's Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation to develop live battlefield training systems.
Computer Sciences Corp. of Arlington won a contract valued at up to $24.66 million from the Missile Defense Agency for scientific engineering and technical assistance to the Ballistic Missile Defense System Program director and the deputy for system integration and engineering.
BAE Systems Technologies Inc. of Rockville won a $22.32 million contract from the Naval Air Systems Command's Aircraft Division for engineering and technical support services.
R.S. Information Systems of McLean won a $22 million contract from the Department of Veterans Affairs' Office of Cyber and Information Security for senior-level system engineering.
ICF Consulting of Fairfax won a contract valued at up to $18 million from the General Services Administration to support the new federal government eTravel Initiative.
Radian Inc. of Alexandria won a $10.57 million contract from the Army's Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command for crew protection kits for the Medium Tactical Vehicle.
Alliant TechSystems Inc. of Radford , Va., won an $8.18 million contract from the Air Force for bulk explosives.
MCI Inc. of Vienna won a $7.88 million contract from the Army for a modern, digital cellular, command and control system to link together the various new sites of the Iraqi Armed Forces and the Coalition Military Assistance Training Team.
Darlington Inc. of Arlington won a $7.08 million contract from the Marine Corps Systems Command for joint enhanced core communication systems.