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A July 19 Washington Business item incorrectly stated the amount of a contract won by Tessada and Associates from NASA. The contract was for as much as $175 million, not $17.5 million. A July 19 Business item misstated the value of a contract the U.S. Postal Service awarded Compusearch Software Systems Inc. It was $3.85 million, not $385 million.

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Accenture LLP of Reston, AMS-CGI Group Inc. of Fairfax, Computer Sciences Corp. of El Segundo, Calif., International Business Machines Corp. of Armonk, N.Y., Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego and SRA International Inc. of Fairfax won deals worth up to $500 million each to help agencies develop share-in-savings contracts. Under these types of contracts, the companies will be paid according to the amount of money the agencies save.

Accenture National Security Services LLC of Reston, Computer Sciences Corp. of El Segundo, Calif., Lockheed Martin Corp. of Bethesda, Northrop Grumman Information Technology of Herndon and Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego won contracts worth up to $498 million over five years to compete for orders for support services to help the Air Force with transformation initiatives.

Battelle Memorial Institute of Columbus, Ohio, won a five-year, $90 million Army contract renewal to provide training support, battle lab operations and analysis for the Army Maneuver Support Center, a training facility at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.

BEI Technologies Inc. of San Francisco won a $2 million subcontract from Lockheed Martin Corp. of Bethesda to design, test and manufacture electro-optical sensor components for the targeting system for the demonstration phase of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.

Engineered Support Systems Inc. of St. Louis won an $8.9 million order from the Army's Tank, Automotive and Armaments Command in Warren, Mich. to provide high-tech targeting systems.

General Dynamics Corp. of Falls Church received an $8.6 million option to a contract from the Army to produce 2,000 chemical agent monitors.

Houston Associates Inc. of Arlington won a $70 million contract to support the Defense Information Systems Agency, Advanced Information Technology Services-Joint Program Office, by providing network support, testing information technology equipment and maintaining DISA's technology infrastructure.

MSSI-TeleScience International Inc. of Vienna won a four-year, $1 million contract from the Bureau of Indian Affairs to provide dental services at three hospitals on Indian reservations in Arizona.

Raytheon Co. of Waltham, Mass., won a $19 million subcontract from Northrop Grumman Information Technology of Herndon to provide information security systems for the Homeland Security Department's Homeland Secure Data Network.

Robbins-Gioia LLC of Alexandria won a $999,000 order to provide program management support services to the Transportation Security Administration's Acquisition and Program Management Support Division. The company will provide models, templates and mentoring to improve the effectiveness of TSA programs.

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