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Contracts Awarded

Washington Technology
Monday, September 6, 2004; Page E04

Intelligent Decisions Inc. of Chantilly won a $2.9 million contract from the General Services Administration for desktop hardware upgrades.

Anteon Corp. of Fairfax won a $74 million subcontract from Chenega Technology Services Corp. to train Customs and Border Protection personnel at U.S. ports of entry to operate surveillance equipment.


Northrup Grumman Newport News Shipbuilding will work on the USS Enterprise, from which an American flag is seen flying in the Arabian sea. (Jockel Finck -- AP)

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Convera Corp. of Vienna won a $2 million contract from the FBI for a homeland security database search and discovery platform.

Multimax Inc. of Largo, Centech Group Inc. of Arlington, NCI Information Systems Inc. of Reston, and Telos Corp. of Ashburn got letters of intent to receive contract awards from the Air Force for part of its $10 billion Network Centric Solutions program.

ManTech International Corp. of Fairfax won a $20.5 million contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center's Carderock Division for support of submarine and surface ship acoustical trials.

Raytheon Co. of Lexington, Mass., and Northrop Grumman Mission Systems of Reston each won $4.3 million contracts from the Air Force for weather system hardware and software.

Northrup Grumman Newport News Shipbuilding of Newport News, Va., won a $197 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for continued work on the USS Enterprise(CVN-65) involving alterations to ship systems and inspection, testing, and repair of systems and components to ensure continued safe operation of the ship.

BAE Systems Applied Technologies Inc. of Rockville won a $15.6 million contract from the Naval Air Systems Command to provide an estimated 270,000 hours of engineering and technical services to support Navy/Joint/National Agency electronic equipment and systems for communications on land, sea and air.

Contrack International Inc. of Arlington won a $50.3 million contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for design and construction of the Afghan National Army Regional Brigade facility.

Norfolk Dredging Co. of Chesapeake, Va., won a $2.5 million contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for maintenance and new work dredging inbound and outbound elements of Norfolk Harbor Channel and new work dredging the South Terminal at Norfolk International Terminals.


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