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Contracts Awarded

By Judith Mbuya
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, April 11, 2005; Page E04

CACI International Inc. of Arlington won a $27 million contract from the Army Forces Command to support battle-command training for Army reserve units.

SI International Inc. of Reston won a five-year, $11.5 million contract from the Air Force Space Command to support engineering, planning and programming for the Global Positioning System.

National Technologies Associates Inc. of Alexandria won a $28.5 million contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division for services in support of the depot level maintenance modernization for the Naval Air Depot North Island in San Diego.

MPRI of Alexandria won a $35.9 million contract from the Army Contracting Agency for installation support services.

Ideal Innovations Inc. of Arlington won a $2.84 million award, part of an $8.2 million contract from the Army Contracting Agency for biometric support and multipurpose access card support at locations in Arlington and at Fort Belvoir.

Oceaneering International Inc. of Chesapeake, Va., won a $150.1 million contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center for technical services in support of submarine safety and material work onboard SSN 21 class, SSN 688 class, SSBN Ohio class ballistic missile and Virginia class submarines.

ITT Industries of Roanoke won a $10 million contract from the Army Research, Development and Engineering Command for night-vision goggles.

QSS Group Inc. of Lanham won a $8.42 million delivery order, part of a $37.7 million contract from the Army Reserve Contracting Center for information technology services.

ITT Industries of Alexandria won a $4.8 million order, part of an $11.8 million contract from the Army Robert Morris Acquisition Center for the Joint Contaminated Surface Detector Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration.

BAE Applied Technologies Inc. of Rockville won a $314.9 million contract from the Navy to provide engineering services for security systems.


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