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Contracts Awarded

Washington Technology
Monday, January 17, 2005; Page E04

Anteon International Corp. of Fairfax won a six-year, $24 million Air Force contract to research and demonstrate new aerospace structural technologies.

BearingPoint Inc. of McLean won a one-year, $1.4 million contract from the Florida State Technology Office to manage the state's central computer resources.

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ManTech International Corp. of Fairfax won a five-year, $13.5 million subcontract from EPS Inc. of Tinton Falls, N.J., to provide support services to the Army's Directorate of Plans, Training and Mobilization.

ManTech International Corp. won a five-year, $51.3 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command to provide engineering and technical support services for the Submarine and Surface Ship Signature Silencing Program.

Multimax Inc. of Largo won a $6.2 million contract from the Air Force to provide software licenses for the Remedy Action Request System.

Raytheon Technical Services Co. LLC of Reston won a five-year, $93.9 million contract from the Navy to provide mission support for relocatable-over-the-horizon-radar systems.

RGII Technologies Inc. of Annapolis won an $11 million contract from the Defense Department to provide information technology, program-management and engineering services to the Defense Department's health care information system.

Design and Production of Lorton won a $10 million contract from the Navy's Regional contracting office for exhibit fabrication for the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Quantico.

Reema Consulting Services Inc. of Gaithersburg won a $1.34 million contract from the Army research, development, and engineering command acquisition center for administrative support services.

A&T Systems Inc. of Silver Spring won a $4.8 million contract from the General Services Administration for management, organizational and business improvement services.

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