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Monday, September 20, 2004; Page E04

Future Technologies Inc. of Fairfax won a $1.9 million contract to help the Department of Housing and Urban Development determine the allocation of more than $3 billion in public-housing operating subsidies that support more than 3,100 public-housing agencies.

General Dynamics Network Systems, a division of General Dynamics Corp. of Falls Church, won a $3.6 million contract to install a voice, video and data network infrastructure for the Army at Camp Victory in Baghdad.


The Bell-Boeing Joint Program Office of Patuxent River won a $16.4 million contract from the Naval Air Systems Command to provide engineering and logistics services for the Osprey MV-22, pictured. (Doug Benc -- AP)

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General Dynamics Corp. of Falls Church won the prime contractor spot on the $10 billion Warfighter Information Network-Tactical program to build a battlefield information network. Lockheed Martin Corp. of Bethesda competed against General Dynamics and was picked to play a major subcontracting role.

Hewlett-Packard Co. of Palo Alto, Calif., won a 10-year, $290 million contract from the Defense Logistics Agency to provide data center consolidation services for the agency's Enterprise Data Center program.

M/A-Com Inc. of Lowell, Mass., won an $8.4 million contract from Cecil County, Md., to provide an interoperable communications system for the county's public safety agencies.

Raytheon Intelligence and Information Systems of Reston won a $6.5 million contract from the Air Force's Electronic Systems Center to provide for the Global Broadcast Service program, the Defense Department's satellite-based system for distributing video, imagery and other large data files to users around the world. This contract modification provides for two Army Internet Protocol Theater Satellite Broadcast Manager terminals that will give theater commanders the ability to broadcast command and control information in a timely manner.

J.K. Hill and Associates Inc. of Norfolk won a $5.7 million contract from the 98th Air Base Wing to provide for base supply, fuels and logistic material control services for the Air Force Flight Test Center, Edwards Air Force Base, Calif.

Eagan, McAllister Associates Inc. of Lexington Park won a $36.6 million contract from the Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center to provide engineering and technical support services to Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center in Charleston for command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance programs.

Lockheed Martin, Maritime Systems and Sensors of Manassas won a $21 million contract from the Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command to provide the Advanced Deployable System program office with the design and system engineering required to establish a preliminary design and an integrated baseline for the ADS variant that is to be deployed by the Littoral Combat Ship. ADS is a ship-deployable undersea surveillance system employing distributed passive acoustic arrays linked to a receiving platform for data processing.

Resource Consultants Inc. of Vienna won a $20.6 million contract from the Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Norfolk for services in support of the Naval Supply Systems Command's Hazardous Material Control and Management program.


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