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Monday, July 26, 2004; Page E04

AT&T Government Solutions of Vienna won a one-year, $100,000 contract to build a Web-based emergency alert system for Georgia's agricultural agencies.

CACI International Inc. of Arlington won a five-year, $45 million contract from the Transportation Security Administration to help develop acquisition processes.

EDS Corp. of Plano, Tex., won a 10-year, $93 million contract for travel services for the Agriculture Department.

General Dynamics Corp. of Falls Church won a seven-year, $295 million contract to design and develop small, lightweight software-programmable radios under the Army's Joint Tactical Radio System program.

General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products, a business unit of General Dynamics Corp. of Falls Church, won two Army contracts totaling $16.3 million to produce machine guns for the Army Tank Automotive Command.

Halifax Corp. of Alexandria won a three-year renewal of a $10 million maintenance contract from a major aerospace and defense contractor. The company declined to name the contractor.

ITA Inc. of Springfield won a five-year, $10 million crisis management training contract from the State Department to develop 130 country-specific crisis training scenarios for State Department employees.

Lockheed Martin Corp. of Bethesda won a $1.9 million contract to overhaul security at a port.

McDonald Bradley Inc. of Herndon was among 10 firms to win prime contracts on the FBI's Technical Support and Development Project, a five-year contract worth $42.5 million. The other winners were AlphaInsight Corp., Comso Inc., Data Computer Corp. of America, Glotech Inc., InfoPro Inc., Innovative Management and Technology Approaches Inc., Pragmatics Inc., Project Performance Corp. and Staffing Alternatives Inc.

RS Information Systems Inc. of McLean won a $4.8 million contract from the Agriculture Department's Farm Service Agency to support the agency's aerial photography field office.

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