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Washington Technology
Monday, August 16, 2004; Page E04

Anteon International Corp. of Fairfax, Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. of McLean, Maxim System Inc. and Science Applications International Corp., both of San Diego, won places on a four-year, $320 million contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command to provide program management services. The four companies will compete with each other for work under the contract.

Battelle Memorial Institute of Columbus, Ohio, Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. of McLean, Johnson Controls Security Systems LLC of Milwaukee, Lockheed Martin Corp. of Bethesda, Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego, STG Inc. of Reston, Northrop Grumman IT TASC Inc. of Chantilly, URS Group Inc. of San Francisco and Unisys Corp. of Blue Bell, Pa., won positons on a five-year, $124 million Transportation Department contract to provide vulnerability assessments, security planning and security system design, installation and testing. The companies will compete with each for work under the contract.

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DigitalNet Holdings Inc. of Herndon won a four-year, $11.5 million contract from the Justice Department's antitrust division to provide network and desktop support services.

Northrop Grumman IT of Herndon won a five-year, $16.9 million contract to develop a database that will be used to centralize and integrate data for six pathogens that pose significant public health threats and could be used as bio-terrorism agents.

Northrop Grumman Corp. of Los Angeles won a five-year, $71.2 million order from the Army to provide acquisition and software support for command and control program readiness.

Northrop Grumman Newport News Shipbuilding of Newport News, Va., won a $36.7 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for the interim dry-docking of USS Hyman G. Rickover.

Advanced Technologies & Laboratories of Germantown and Westat Inc. of Rockville won a $3.5 million contract from the Health and Human Services Department for research and development services.

Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc. of Columbia won a $1.5 million contract from the Army for operation and maintenance of the Detrick Earth Station in support of the Direct Communications Link.

Creative Associates International Inc. of Washington won a $10 million contract from the General Services Administration for management, organizational and business improvement services.

1120 Vermont Avenue Associates LLP of Washington won a $3.4 million contract from the General Services Administration for lease or rental of office space.


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