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By Judith Mbuya
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, January 31, 2005; Page E04

General Dynamics Electric Boat, a division of General Dynamics of Falls Church, won a $150 million Navy contract to convert the USS Michigan to a Trident SSGN, a multimission submarine optimized for conventional tactical strike and special operations support, from a Trident ballistic-missile submarine. The contract includes an option to convert the USS Georgia, which would be worth an additional $177 million.

AT&T Government Solutions of Vienna won a five-year, $4.7 million contract to build a statewide high-speed network linking 96 locations of the Tennessee Army National Guard.

General Dynamics is to convert the USS Michigan into a guided-missile submarine. (U.s. Navy)

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Trusted Computer Solutions Inc. of Herndon won a $4.5 million subcontract from Northrop Grumman Corp. to help it support the Defense Department's Intelligence Information System Trusted Workstation program.

Fourteen contractors, including several from the Washington area, won a five-year, $135 million contract to provide business and financial management support services for the Naval Air Systems Command. Among the local companies selected were BearingPoint Inc. and Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. of McLean; CACI International Inc. of Arlington; Coalition Solutions Integrated Inc. of California, Md.; Eagan McAllister Associates Inc. of Lexington Park; Flatter & Associates Inc. of Stafford; MIL Corp. of Bowie; and National Technologies Associates Inc. of Alexandria.

Northrop Grumman Information Technology Inc. of Herndon won a $48 million contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory to improve the Air Force Joint Targeting automation software.

Bell-Boeing Joint Program Office of Patuxent River, Md., won an $850 million contract from the Naval Air Systems Command for long lead effort and materials for the manufacture and delivery in fiscal 2006 of 11 V-22 aircraft under low rate initial production.

Norfolk Shipbuilding and Drydock Corp. of Norfolk won an $11.1 million contract from the Navy's Sealift Logistics Command Atlantic for ship repair overhaul and drydock to support the USNS Humphreys, a fleet replenishment oiler.

Colonna's Shipyard Inc. of Norfolk won a $5.6 million contract from the Navy's Mid Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center for the drydocking phased maintenance availability of the USS Whirlwind and USS Thunderbolt.

Lejeune Support Services of Sterling won a $5.5 million contract from the Naval Facilities Engineering Command for facility maintenance and repair and heavy equipment services at the Marine Corps Base at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina.

Hensel Phelps Construction Co. of Chantilly won a $36.8 million contract from the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Washington for the presidential helicopter support facility at Naval Air Station, Patuxent River.

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