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CONTRACTS AWARDED

By Washington Technology
Monday, November 15, 2004; Page E04

CACI International Inc. of Arlington won a $15.7 million contract from the Navy to support its command and control processor/common data link management system.

KSJ & Associates Inc. of Falls Church won a $30 million contract to perform program management functions for the Defense Department's Tricare Management Activity, part of the military health system.


Nextel and AT&T Wireless each won $20 million contracts from the Navy to provide cellular phone service to members of the military branch. (Daniel Acker -- Bloomberg News)

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Northrop Grumman Information Technology of Herndon won a $46 million contract from Indianapolis/Marion County, Ind., for outsourced informaton technology services.

Constellation NewEnergy Inc. of Baltimore won a $44.3 million contract from the Defense Energy Support Center for various Defense Department and federal civilian installations in the District, Maryland and Pennsylvania.

Dimensions International Inc. of Alexandria won a $12.2 million contract from the Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command for armor installation for medium tactical vehicles.

VSE Corp. of Alexandria won an $11 million contract from the Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command for the application of a fuel tank self-sealing system and necessary add-on armor panels for fuel-dispensing tankers.

Integrated Systems Support Associates of Herndon won a $1.3 million contract from the Navy for program management and engineering services.

Nextel of California Inc.'s McLean office won a $20 million contract from the Navy for nationwide and branch-wide cellular phone service.

AT&T Wireless Inc. of Beltsville won a $20 million contract from the Navy for nationwide and branch-wide cellular phone service.

Building Technology Inc. of Silver Spring won a $1.5 million contract from the General Services Administration for management, organizational and business improvement.


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