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By Judith Mbuya
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, February 14, 2005; Page E04

Alion Science and Technology Corp. of McLean won a five-year, $40 million contract from the Air Force to provide operational support services.

Aspen Systems Corp. of Rockville won a five-year, $37.6 million contract renewal from the Education Department to continue operating its one-stop information and referral center.


The USS Ross guided-missile destroyer is to undergo repairs by Metro Machine Corp. (Ingalls Shipbuilding Via AP)

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SI International Inc. of Reston won a $1.9 million Defense Department contract to train users on the new National Security Personnel System.

Digital System Resources Inc. of Fairfax won a $44.6 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command to provide engineering and technical services supporting the Multi-Purpose Processor program. The combination of hardware and software enables submarines to process data collected by towed and hull arrays providing information on the location of nearby vessels.

Metro Machine Corp. of Norfolk won an $8.5 million contract from the Navy's mid-Atlantic regional maintenance center for drydocking structural, electrical, and mechanical repairs of the USS Ross.

DCS Corp. of Alexandria won a $99.8 million contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division to provide weapons and systems integration support services to the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division's integrated product teams and weapons support facilities.

Northrop Grumman Defense Missions Systems Inc. of Reston won a $48 million contract from the Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command for continued development, integration, maintenance, and support of the Global Command and Control System-Maritime.

Titan Corp./Unidyne Group of Norfolk won a $19.9 million contract from the Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center to provide support for installation, removal, and testing of navigation systems onboard ships and in shore facilities, as well as associated engineering, technical, and logistics support services.

Dimensions International Inc. of Alexandria won an $8.7 million contract from the Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command for work on the family of light tactical vehicles.

Global Infotek of Reston won a $6.9 million contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory to develop Coordinator software, an intelligent computational system to help fielded human units adapt their mission plans online in response to change.


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