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Contracts Awarded

Washington Technology
Monday, October 18, 2004; Page E04

Addx Corp. of Alexandria, AlphaInsight Corp. of Falls Church, Daston Corp. of McLean, Focused Management Inc. of Springfield, MicroPact Engineering Inc. of Herndon, Pragmatics Inc. of McLean and Resource Consultants Inc. of Vienna won contracts worth a total of $763 million to provide desktop support services, including hardware and software, to the U.S. Army.

Anteon International Corp. of Fairfax won two contracts worth a total of $16 million to provide systems engineering and technical support to the U.S. Marine Corps.

BearingPoint of McLean was among four firms picked to pilot a program to embed information in passports. (The Washington Post)

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BearingPoint Inc. of McLean was among four companies picked to pilot systems to provide smart chips, antennas, software and other gear to embed biometric information within U.S. passports. The other contractors are Axalto of Amsterdam, Infineon Technologies AG of Munich, and SuperCom Ltd. of New York and Ra'anana, Israel. The contracts are worth several hundred thousand dollars.

CACI International Inc. of Arlington won about $266 million in previously unannounced contracts during the quarter ending Sept. 30 from various federal agencies to support national security and intelligence activities.

Systalex Corp. of Rockville won a five-year, $79 million contract to help the Commerce Department upgrade and maintain its financial management system.

PEC Solutions Inc. of Fairfax won a one-year, $2.3 million contract for a digital data management system for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to hold hearings in Las Vegas on storing high-level radioactive waste at Yucca Mountain in Nevada.

PEC Solutions Inc. won a one-year, $4.8 million contract for project management and business support for the Homeland Security Department.

Northrop Grumman Newport News Shipbuilding Corp. of Newport News, Va., won a $20.9 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for the Drydocking Selected Restricted Availability of USS Oklahoma City.

Presearch Inc. of Fairfax won a $49.8 million contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center to provide scientific engineering and technical support for the Interactive Multi-sensor Analysis Training program.

Electronic Data Systems Corp. of Herndon won a $6.9 million contract from the Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Norfolk Detachment for program and management support services in support of the retirement of the Supply Maintenance Aviation Reengineering Team.

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