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Monday, November 22, 2004; Page E04

Lockheed Martin Information Technology, a division of Bethesda-based government contractor Lockheed Martin, won a seven-year, $525 million contract to provide a wide range of information technology services to the Social Security Administration. Lockheed Martin's teammates include Global Commerce and Information Inc. of Columbia, Pointe Technology Group Inc. of Landover, CPSI Inc. of Baltimore, RS Information Systems Inc. of McLean, Engineering Systems Solutions Inc. of Frederick, Apptis Inc. of Chantilly, SM Consulting Inc. of Linthicum, and BAE Systems Information Technology of McLean.

Avilar Technologies Inc. of Laurel won a four-year, $6.6 million contract from the Instituto Latinoamericano de la Comunicacion Educativa, an international organization formed by 13 Latin American countries to enhance education opportunities through technology. Avilar will provide an e-learning platform for tracking the competency of teachers and students and for other educational needs.

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BAE Systems North America Inc. of Rockville won two new Navy contracts totaling $26.4 million to provide engineering, configuration and acquisition support services for Navy and foreign military sales of Aegis-class ships.

CGI-AMS of Fairfax, a subsidiary of CGI Group Inc. of Montreal, won five contracts worth a total of $100 million from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to provide technical solutions and support for the CMS and Medicare Web sites, and four other CMS systems.

Computer Sciences Corp. of El Segundo, Calif., won a four-year, $52 million contract from the Defense Department to provide product evaluations, biometric technology and application research, standards requirements and conformance testing, program management, and educational outreach to the department's biometrics fusion center in Clarksburg, W. Va.

Lockheed Martin Corp. of Bethesda won a $30 million contract from the Army to build test beds for new technologies for the Comanche helicopter.

SI International Inc. of Reston won a $6.8 million, three-year task order from the Agriculture Department to provide information technology support for the Veterinary Services Processes Streamlining System, which monitors transport of animals to enhance food safety and protect against terrorism.

Sytel Corp. of Bethesda has awarded Electronic Data Systems Corp. of Plano, Texas, a one-year, $6.5 million subcontract to provide information technology infrastructure support to the Homeland Security Department's Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency. Dev Technology Group Inc. of Reston will be one of EDS's partners on the project. The contract, which includes five option years, could be worth as much as $34 million if all options are exercised.

Electronic Data Systems' Herndon office won a $29.4 million contract from the Pentagon Renovation Office for the Command Communications Survivability Program Systems integration contract.

L-3 Communications Flight International Aviation LLC of Newport News won a $7.6 million contract from the Naval Air Systems Command for Commercial Air Services -- Mediterranean. The work, to be performed in Naples, Italy, includes passenger transport and fleet training, including electronic warfare, air intercept control and target towing.


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