Amsec LLC of Virginia Beach, Anteon International Corp. of Fairfax, Tecnico Corp. of Chesapeake, Va., Titan Corp. of San Diego, QED Systems Inc. of Virginia Beach, VSE Corp. of Alexandria and Milcom Systems Corp. of Virginia Beach won the right to compete for about $7 billion in work over five years providing engineering and technical services for Navy maintenance and modernization programs.
Future Technologies Inc. of Fairfax won a five-year, $21.3 million contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Dahlgren, Va., to support the Aegis weapons system, the Integrated Warfare System Laboratory, and Combat System and Computer Center.
Aegis-equipped U.S. warships participate in a military exercise off the coast of Florida in 2001. Future Technologies Inc. of Fairfax won a contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center to support the Aegis weapons system.
Lockheed Martin Corp. of Bethesda won a $3.3 billion contract to build the Navy's narrowband satellite communications system.
Tier Technologies Inc. of Reston won a five-year contract from the New York Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance to manage a data-match program used to locate people who are delinquent on child-support payments. The company declined to give the contract's value.
Orbimage Inc. of Dulles won a four-year, $500 million contract from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency to supply tools for gathering high-resolution images from commercial satellites.
Raytheon Technical Services Company LLC of Reston won a five-year, $13 million contract from the Air Force to upgrade mobile ground radar systems for Hill Air Force Base in Utah.
Bearing Point of Landover won a $175.7 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for work on the converged Navy Enterprise Resource Planning system, including financial management, program management, intermediate level maintenance, workforce management and plant level supply.
Planning Consultants Inc. of Virginia Beach won a $55.1 million contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center for engineering services in support of the introduction of advanced combat system technology and modernization of combat systems for surface ship combatants.
Lockheed Martin Corp., Maritime Systems and Sensors of Manassas won a $13.7 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for upgrading ship sensor processing on submarines.
Eagle Systems Inc. of California, Md., won a $9.9 million contract for technical and engineering support services for the Naval Air Systems Command aircraft division, electromagnetic environment effects division, Atlantic range and facilities department.
Anteon Corp. of Fairfax won a $5.8 million contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center for continuing technical and administrative support for Surface Combat System Configuration Management for surface combatant ships.