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Contracts Awarded

Washington Technology
Monday, August 23, 2004; Page E04

CACI International Inc. of Arlington won a five-year, $126 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command to provide enterprise resource planning software to the Navy's Enterprise Maintenance Automated Information System.

General Dynamics Corp. of Falls Church won a $25 million order from the Army Research, Development and Engineering Command at the Aberdeen Proving Ground to produce biological point detection systems.

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Lockheed Martin Corp. of Bethesda won two contracts totaling $85 million to build sensors for the Army's Future Combat Systems program.

McDonald Bradley Inc. of Herndon won an $8 million subcontract to provide independent verification and validation services for the Patent and Trademark Office. The prime contractor is Galaxy Scientific Corp. of Pleasantville, N.J.

Perot Systems Government Services Inc., the Washington area subsidiary of Perot Systems Corp. of Plano, Tex., won a two-year, $4.2 million contract from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. to support its legal information management system.

Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego will upgrade the Port of Miami's security gate facilities by installing software and hardware and upgrading the existing network communications. The company, which has a large Washington area presence, declined to release terms of the deal.

SRA International Inc. of Fairfax won a five-year, $18.5 million contract from the Health and Human Services Department to provide operations and maintenance support for its public key infrastructure program.

M.C. Dean Inc. of Chantilly won an $8.3 million, six-month contract from the Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center to support Critical Assets Protection programs. They include electronic security systems and other security-related requirements for high-profile customers, mostly in the Washington area.

Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. of McLean won a $6.3 million contract from the Naval Air Systems Command's Aircraft Division for the procurement of engineering, technical, management, and professional services in support of communications.

AAI Corp. of Hunt Valley won a $16 million contract from the Army Aviation and Missile Command for logistics support for the Shadow unmanned aerial vehicle system.

Northrop Grumman Systems of Linthicum Heights won a $6.2 million contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio to provide "Technology of Efficient, Agile Mixed-Signal Microsystems."

Envisioneering Inc. of King George, Va., won a $5.3 million contract from the Naval Research Laboratory for engineering and technical support services in infrared and electronic optical areas.

Veridian Systems Division Inc. of Arlington won a $2.5 million contract from the Army's Space and Missile Defense Command for development and sustainment of the U.S. capability to monitor nuclear weapons tests.

TranTech Inc. of Alexandria won a $10 million contract from the General Services Administration for management, organizational and business improvement services.

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