Contracts Awarded

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Monday, May 21, 2007

Amsec of Virginia Beach won a $30.4 million contract from the Naval Inventory Control Point for integrated training support and execution by Fleet Forces Command, associated fleet commands and activities conducting fleet training.

Onyx Group of Alexandria won a contract of up to $7.5 million from the Naval Facilities Engineering Command to provide architectural and engineering services for facilities and land use planning studies and documents.

Smiths Detection of Edgewood won a $5.9 million contract from the Army Research, Development and Engineering Command for M22 automatic chemical agent alarm systems.

TEC joint venture of Charlottesville won a $30.4 million contract from the Naval Facilities Engineering Command to provide architectural and engineering services for environmental planning.

John C. Grimberg Co. of Rockville won a $12.3 million contract from the Naval Facilities Engineering Command to construct a clandestine lab training center at the Drug Enforcement Administration Justice Training Center at the Marine Corps base in Quantico.

RS Information Systems of McLean won a $12 million contract from the Headquarters Aeronautical Systems Center at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, to provide network operations center information technology services support to the Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command.

Forrester Construction of Rockville won a $7.5 million contract from the Army Corps of Engineers to design and construct a multi-level parking structure.

Motorola Inc. of Columbia won an $8.5 million contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center to provide ancillary equipment for the integrated intra squad radio for the Marine Corps.

American Registry of Pathology of Rockville won a $1.6 million contract from the Army to provide manning support for the Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory.

R..D. Mingo and Associates of the District won a $19.61 million contract from the Federal Highway Administration to provide support services for the Highway Policy Analysis program.

Intelligent Decision Systems of Centerville won a $5 million contract from the Army to provide support services for the Concept Development for Joint and Army Concepts.

Synovate of McLean won a $2.8 million contract from the Veterans Affairs Department for patient satisfaction surveys.


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