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Contract listings in the Dec. 4 Washington Business section incorrectly said that Booz Allen Hamilton of McLean had been awarded a $49 million project by the Army Contracting Agency. The contract is for $489,916.20.
CONTRACTS AWARDED

Monday, December 4, 2006

Exxon Mobil Fuels Marketing of Fairfax won a $22 million contract from the Defense Energy Support Center to provide gasoline for foreign military sales.

AAI of Hunt Valley won a $40.7 million contract from the Army Aviation and Missile Command for performance-based logistics for the Shadow unmanned aerial vehicle system.

Veridian Systems Division of Arlington won a $7.5 million contract from the Headquarters Electronic Systems Center at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., to provide distributed common ground support.

Northrop Grumman Defense Mission Systems of Reston won a $7.2 million contract from the Headquarters 55th Wing at Offutt AFB, Neb., to provide support services for the Defense Intelligence Agency's information technology networks and intelligence applications.

Booz Allen Hamilton of McLean won a $5.6 million contract from the Headquarters 526th ICBM Systems Wing at Hill AFB, Utah, for acquisition program management and systems engineering and analysis capability to support future system program.

Jahn Corp. of Lexington Park won a $7.3 million contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division to provide about 146,100 man-hours of advisory and assistance services to the V-22 Program.

EMC2 of McLean won a $34.5 million contract from the Army Contracting Agency to provide continued support and service for the EMC2 Clariion and Centera Storage System and Software.

Oracle of Reston won a $5.3 million contract for renewal software update license and support for the Military Health System, Tricare Management Activity.

DCS of Alexandria won a $26.8 million contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division for the development of the Ground Proximity Warning System and Terrain Awareness Warning System software products for the Naval Air Systems Command Air Combat Electronics Program Office.

Lockheed Martin Maritime Systems and Sensor of Manassas won a $10 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for an additional 70,605 hours of engineering services and incidental material, travel and subsistence in support of the Navy Acoustic Combat System Improvement and Integration.

Chemonics International of the District won a $61.7 million contract from the Agency for International Development to provide support services for the Accelerating Sustainable Agriculture Program in Afghanistan.

Booz Allen Hamilton of McLean won a $49 million contract from the Army Contracting Agency to provide support for level IV AT seminars and conference.

Northrop Grumman Newport News of Newport News won a $754 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for continuation of CVN 21 design effort; long lead time material and non-nuclear advance construction; and system development, engineering services, and feasibility studies for the Future Aircraft Carrier Program.

Northrop Grumman Defense Mission Systems of Reston won a $60 million contract from the Air Combat Command to provide telecommunications services for the U.S. Strategic Command Intelligence Enterprise.

Sayre Enterprises of Buena Vista, Va., won a $2.7 million contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for high visibility belts.

WW Contractors of Baltimore won a $3.4 million contract from the General Services Administration for full maintenance services at various federal buildings in Houston and Galveston, Tex.

Aviel Systems of McLean won a pair of contracts totaling $4.1 million over five years from the Homeland Security Department for acquisition support services, to be supplied by Aviel unit Performance Management Consulting Inc.

CACI International of Arlington won a $59.5 million, four-year contract from the Office of the Secretary of Defense to continue providing managed network services for OSD.

Electronic Data Systems's U.S. Government unit in Herndon won a $1.9 million contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency to provide support systems software engineering for the Defense Messaging System National Gateway Center at Fort Detrick.

Four Points Technology of Herndon won a $31.4 million contract from the Veterans Affairs Department to provide database software and maintenance to the agency's health record system.

General Dynamics of Falls Church won a $45.6 million contract from the Marine Corps Systems Command to provide for 150 communications units to provide deployed Marine forces with modular scalable IP data transport capability.

AAI Services of Hunt Valley won a $10.3 million contract from the Army Materiel Command for logistics support services.

Stanton Engineering Services of Columbia won a $5 million contract from the General Services Administration for support services.

Kenjya Group of Columbia won a $3.8 million contract from the General Services Administration for mission-oriented business integrated services.

DCS of Alexandria won a $26.8 million contract from the Naval Air Systems Command for the Ground Proximity Warning System and Terrain Awareness Warning System software product.

By Judith Mbuya and Washington Technology

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