Government Contracts (May10)
General Dynamics C4 Systems of Columbia won a $45.9 million contract from the Navy for software, including licenses, training, technical services, and spare and repair parts.
Hensel Phelps Construction Co. of Chantilly won a $27.7 million contract from the Navy for furnishing and installing furniture, fixtures, and equipment in the co-located military department investigative agencies.
Northrop Grumman of Annapolis won an $8.4 million contract from the Navy for engineering and technical services.
CACI-WGI of Chantilly won a $12.7 million contract from the Army for the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization, Joint Expeditionary Team.
Henry M. Jackson Foundation of Rockville won a $47.4 million contract from the Air Force to provide research.
Booz Allen Hamilton of Herndon won a $24.3 million contract from the Air Force to develop and implement enterprise-wide computer network defense solutions.
Booz Allen Hamilton of Herndon won a $14.4 million contract from the Air Force to provide information assurance network operations cyber-security solutions.
Booz Allen Hamilton of Herndon won an $8.9 million contract from the Air Force to provide advanced technology, analysis and layered defense.
Wyle Laboratories of McLean won a $5.8 million contract the research, test development, and delivery of reliability engineering reports, analysis reports, and technical reports.
CACI-WGI of Chantilly, SRA International of Fairfax, Jacobs Technology of Tampa, Fla., and Booz Allen Hamilton of McLean won a minimum guarantee per prime contract award and a $1.5 billion maximum ceiling from the U.S. Special Operations Command to provide all personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, and other items necessary to perform the services and provide support to all mission areas of USSOCOM.
Research and Engineering Development of Lexington Park won a $49.7 million contract from the Navy to provide acquisition, engineering, analysis, development, and integration services in support of irregular warfare efforts.
MPRI of Alexandria won a $53 million contract from the Army for professional mentoring and training support services with reforming the Afghanistan Ministry of Defense and their subordinate organizations, policies, and procedures.