Anteon International Corp. of Fairfax won a $117 million, five-year contract from the Army to support the service's Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care program, which maintains medical records and supports patient tracking for deployed forces, permitting medics to access the system via handheld devices.
Artel Inc. of Reston won a $12.5 million, four-year contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency to provide satellite services, including 224 megahertz of bandwidth from Intelsat's IS 706 spacecraft, to the U.S. Central Command for Operation Iraqi Freedom.
CACI International Inc. of Arlington won a $20.4 million, three-year contract from the Navy to provide information technology support, including help with new human resources applications and training of users, to the Military Sealift Command.
Centurum Inc. of Arlington won a six-year, $46.7 million contract renewal from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center in Charleston, S.C., to provide technical services to its information warfare exploitation systems engineering division.
General Dynamics Corp. of Falls Church won a $95 million, four-year contract from the Navy to provide integration and design agent services for a system that receives and translates information from air, surface and subsurface sensors to give commanders an integrated view of the battlefield.
Team Logistics Joint Venture of Fairfax won a $12.3 million contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division for maintenance planning and design interface technical/management support services for the Naval Air Systems Command and the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division.
IBM Business Consulting Services of Fairfax won a $7.6 million contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for common food management system and integration services for the agency.
Biohabitats Inc. of Timonium won a $4.8 million contract from the General Services Administration for environmental services.
Tidewater Inc. of Columbia won a $10 million contract from the General Services Administration for environmental services.
Cultural Site Research and Management of Baltimore won a $2.5 million contract from the General Services Administration for environmental services.