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Monday, August 30, 2010

ITT Advanced Engineering & Sciences of Annapolis Junction was chosen by the Navy as an approved contractor to produce electronic jammers to counter radio-controlled improvised explosive devices in a contract worth up to $455 million.

Booz Allen Hamilton of Herndon won a $23.7 million contract from the Air Force to provide survivability/vulnerability strategic planning, analysis and security analysis.

Harlan Lee & Associates of Falls Church was among several companies chosen by the Missile Defense Agency as approved contractors to provide advisory and assistance services, with each contract worth up to $195.7 million.

Booz Allen Hamilton of Herndon won a $9.4 million contract from the Air Force to provide development planning for aeronautical systems for survivable and lethal capabilities.

Clark/Balfour Beatty Joint Venture of Bethesda won a $6.8 million contract from the Navy for renovation at the National Naval Medical Center.

DTI Associates of Arlington won an $11.1 million contract from the Navy for continuing engineering support.

Science Applications International Corp. of McLean won a $19.4 million contract from the Air Force to develop and demonstrate new technology that provides comprehensive, automated techniques to allow end users to safely use new software of uncertain provenance.

Booz Allen Hamilton of Herndon won an $8.4 million contract from the Air Force to provide vulnerability and survivability analysis.

Lockheed Martin Services of Gaithersburg won a $10.9 million contract from the Defense Media Activity for professional, administrative and management support services.

SM Resources of Lanham won a $9 million contract from the Department of Homeland Security for medical services.

Valor Healthcare of the District won a $3.5 million contract from the Department of Veterans Affairs for medical services.

The American Red Cross of the District won a $2.4 million contract from the Army for medical services.


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