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Contracts Awarded

By Judith Mbuya
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, February 7, 2005; Page E04

Aspen Systems Corp. of Rockville won a five-year, $37.6 million contract to continue operating ED Pubs, the Education Department's information and referral center for publications and products.

CGI-AMS of Fairfax won three contracts totaling $14 million for enterprise resource planning software and services to Dallas; Baltimore County, Md.; and Baltimore County Public Schools.

Pilots receive pre-flight information from controllers at the expanded FAA automated flight service station at Leesburg Municipal Airport. (Patrick D. Witty For The Washington Post)

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Khan & Hill Inc. of Arlington won a contract to provide 300 people for role-playing exercises to train troops at Fort Stewart, Ga. The value of the contract was not disclosed. The training is to focus on providing troops headed for a deployment with realistic scenarios to improve decision-making skills.

Lockheed Martin Corp. of Bethesda won a five-year, $1.9 billion contract from the Federal Aviation Administration to operate the agency's automated flight service station network in the lower 48 states, Hawaii and Puerto Rico.

Lockheed Martin Corp. of Bethesda won a $208.7 million contract to produce three Aegis Weapon Systems for the Navy.

AT&T Technical Services of Herndon won a $25 million contract from the Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization for temporary telecommunications supporting presidential travel within the continental United States.

Northrop Grumman Information Technology Inc. of McLean won a $17.9 million contract from the Missile Defense Agency for technical and engineering support to the Airborne Laser and Airborne Sensor programs.

The Bell-Boeing Joint Program Office of Patuxent River, Md., won a $43.5 million contract from the Naval Air Systems Command for engineering and logistics services in support of total life cycle logistics for the MV-22 Osprey tiltroter aircraft.

Northrop Grumman Information Technology of McLean won a $18.3 million contract from the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command for operation and maintenance of the High Energy Laser systems test facility.

Raytheon Systems Co. of Reston won a $5.6 million contract from the Air Force for the Global Broadcast program, a Defense Department satellite-based system for distributing video, imagery and other large data files to users around the world.

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