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Contracts Awarded

Washington Technology
Monday, December 13, 2004; Page E04

The Justice Department chose 12 companies to compete for up to $980 million in a wide range of IT support services over the next seven years. The companies are Access Systems Inc. of Knoxville; BAE Systems Inc. of London; CGI Group Inc. of Montreal; Computer Sciences Corp. of El Segundo, Calif., General Dynamics Corp. of Falls Church; Intellidyne LLC of Falls Church; Keane Federal Systems Inc. of Rockville; Lockheed Martin Corp. of Bethesda; Northrop Grumman Corp. of Los Angeles; Pragmatics Inc. of McLean; SRA International Inc. of Fairfax; and Unisys Corp. of Blue Bell, Pa.

BAE Systems North America Inc. of Rockville won a $62 million contract from the Navy's Strategic Systems Programs to support system engineering and integration for the Trident I and Trident II Fleet Ballistic Missile Strategic Weapon Systems programs.


Lockheed Martin, which has its headquarters in Bethesda, above, won two contracts totaling of $39.6 million from the Naval Sea Systems Command. (Leslie E. Kossoff -- AP)

CDW Government Inc. of Herndon won a series of delivery orders worth $38 million from the Air Force to configure and deploy more than 35,000 systems to more than 180 locations worldwide.

ManTech International Corp. of Fairfax won a five-year, $23 million contract from the Naval Air Systems Command to provide engineering and technical services to support the Navy's air warfare mission.

Northrop Grumman Information Technology of Herndon won a 27-month, $26 million contract from Roanoke County, Va., to enhance the county's public safety capabilities, including designing and building a new public safety facility and installing several upgraded public safety systems.

SRA International Inc. of Fairfax won a one-year, $18 million task order from the General Services Administration to provide a range of information technology services to the Navy's Military Sealift Command.

Trusted Computer Solutions Inc. of Herndon signed a $1.8 million deal with the Air System Command to build a system to allow secure connectivity between simulators with different security classifications.

Lockheed Martin Corp. of Bethesda won a $29.3 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for work on a system enabling surface ships to detect, track and engage hostile undersea warfare systems.

Lockheed Martin Corp. of Bethesda won $10.3 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for combat system engineering services and computer program maintenance in support of Japan Kongo Class Aegis Ships under the Foreign Military Sales Program.

Optimus Corp. of Silver Spring won a $1 million contract from the General Services Administration's Federal Supply Service, Management Services Center for environmental services.

Financial Markets International Inc. of Bethesda won a $5 million contract from the General Services Administration's Federal Supply Service, Management Services Center for management, organizational, and business improvement services.

Kentucky Facility Support Services Joint Venture of Columbia won a $2.2 million contract from the General Services Administration's Public Building Service, Property Management Regional Procurement Office for facilities support services.

Logistics Support Inc. of Washington won a $2.5 million contract from General Services Administration's Federal Supply Service, Management Services Center for management, organizational, and business improvement services.

Chemonics International Inc. of Washington won a $29.9 million contract from the Agency for International Development for the Ghana Trade and Investment program to develop a competitive export economy.


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