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Contracts Awarded

By Judith Mbuya
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, February 28, 2005; Page E04

CDW Government Inc. of Herndon won a one-year contract from the Army Network Enterprise Technology Command to provide Cingular and T-Mobile wireless devices. There is no ceiling on the contract, but individual orders cannot be for more than $5 million.

CSSI Inc. of Washington won a five-year, $28 million contract from the Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center to provide technical support for air-traffic control, meteorology and oceanographic electronic systems and equipment.

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Maximus Inc. of Reston won a 14-month, $12.5 million contract from the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District to oversee a large-scale enterprise resource planning project. The contract is estimated to be worth $22.3 million if an additional one-year option is exercised.

General Dynamics Corp. of Falls Church won a $10 million Navy contract to supply seven photonics mast workstations for Virginia-class submarines. The workstations control and display imaging sensor data from the photonics mast system. A photonics mast is an electronic imaging sensor set contained on a mast that does not penetrate the submarine hull as do conventional periscopes.

Digital System Resources Inc. of Fairfax won a $10.7 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for production of a multi-purpose processor system, which is a major sonar subsystem that enables submarines to process data collected by towed and hull arrays. The company also won a $10 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for fabrication, integration, test and delivery of seven photonics mast workstations for installation on Virginia-class submarines.

Bea Maurer Inc. of Fairfield won a $5.9 million contract from the Marine Corps Systems Command for 7,203 space-heater arctic systems, of which 6,441 will be for active forces and 762 for reserves.

Integral Systems of Lanham won a $23.8 million contract from the Headquarters Space and Missile Systems Center for the initial development of the Rapid Attack Identification Detection Reporting System. The program is intended for global satellite communications interference detection and mission impact assessment for U.S.-owned, operated, or used space systems. It will incorporate a suite of radio-frequency interference sensors, geolocation equipment, and centralized control.

Health Policy and Social Marketing of Annapolis won a $1.7 million contract from the General Services Administration for management, organizational and business improvement services.

Northrop Grumman Systems Corp. of Linthicum Heights won a $4.5 million contract from the Air Force for scalable panels for research and development of efficient affordable radars.

Rodriguez Ripley Maddux Motley Architects of Norfolk won a $3 million contract from the Army Corps of Engineers for preparation of studies and designs at various locations as directed by the Corps of Engineers' Norfolk District.

Enterprise Information Services Inc. of Vienna won a $4.5 million contract from the Navy for technical support services.

DB Consulting Group Inc. of Silver Spring won a $6.6 million contract from the Health and Human Services Department for technical support.

Symtech Corp. of Fort Washington won a $3.8 million contract from the Navy for administrative support services.

MPRI of Alexandria won a $129.3 million contract from the Justice Department for worldwide support services for the International Criminal Investigations Training Assistance program.

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