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Contracts Awarded

Monday, December 6, 2004; Page E04

Thales Raytheon Systems Co., jointly owned by Thales S.A. of Paris and Raytheon Co. of Waltham, Mass., won a $66.2 million contract from the Army to supply spare parts for Firefinder weapon-locating radars.

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


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Lockheed Martin IT of Seabrook won a seven-year, $525 million contract from the Social Security Administration to provide information-technology support services.

Avilar Technologies Inc. of Rockville won a four-year, $6.6 million contract from the Instituto Latinoamericano de la Comunicacion Educativa, formed by 13 Latin American countries, to deliver an e-learning platform.

Convera Corp. of Vienna won an $800,000 award from In-Q-Tel to expedite development of distributed indexing capability for the intelligence community.

Intergraph Corp. of Huntsville, Ala., won a $2 million contract from the Energy Department for a 911 emergency dispatch system.

SI International Inc. of Reston, won a five-year, $11.4 million contract from the Air Force for logistics support to Air Force materiel command headquarters at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio.

Electronic Data Systems Corp. and Sytel Inc. of Bethesda, won a task order for an initial $6.5 million and up to $34 million over five option years from the Homeland Security Department's Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency to upgrade several critical enforcement systems.

Affiliated Computer Services Inc. of Dallas, won a $4.2 million contract renewal from Orange, Calif., to continue managing the city's information-technology operations.

Microsoft Corp. and Dell Inc. won a six-year, $500 million contract from the Air Force to provide software services and licenses.

Ida Tech LLC of Bend, Ore., won a three-year, $1.4 million contract from the Energy Department to develop a fuel cell system for off-road vehicles such as construction and farm equipment.

AlphaInsight Corp. of Falls Church won a five-year, $5.2 million contract from the Interior Department for software development services for the National Business Center at Fort Huachuca, Ariz., which provides services related to automated systems such as federal payroll.

Raytheon Co. of Waltham, Mass., won a one-year, $86 million contract renewal from the Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation for the live training program.

NCI Information Systems Inc. of Reston, won a five-year, $14.4 million contract from the Air Force for information-technology infrastructure support services for the Air Mobility Command. NCI also won a four-year, $3.1 million task order under the Veterans Affairs Department's Global IT Support Services contract for technical support to the Air Force Communications Agency' s enterprise architecture division.


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