Contracts awarded

Monday, October 6, 2008

L-3 Services of Reston won a $15.9 million contract from the Army to provide information technology support.

BAE Systems of Rockville won a $28.2 million contract from the Navy Air Systems Command to provide digital identification systems.

Lockheed Martin of Bethesda won a $125 million contract from the Navy to provide engineering and computer programming assistance to the Spanish government.

Alion Science and Technology of McLean won a $37.9 million contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division to provide laptop computer-based, integrated anti-submarine warfare training systems.

ICx Technologies of Arlington won a $711 million contract from the Army to upgrade chemical sensors.

Cambridge Communication Systems of Alexandria won a $132.8 million contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command to provide host nations' armed forces with situational awareness through sensor fusion, target detection and classification capabilities.

John C. Grimberg Co. of Rockville won a $17.2 million contract from the Navy for renovations.

Computing Technologies of Fairfax won an $11.1 million contract from the Marine Corps Systems Command to provide education support and other services.

AT&T Government Services of Vienna won a $75 million contract from the Navy to provide support to the U.S. special programs.

Booz Allen Hamilton of Herndon won a $38.3 million contract from the Air Force to provide survivability and vulnerability technical analysis.

Integral Systems of Lanham won a $7.5 million contract from the Air Force to provide support for satellite programs.

GAP Solutions of Reston won a $10.4 million contract from the National Guard Bureau to assist in executing soldier and family well-being programs.


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