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Monday, September 13, 2010

Serco of Reston won an $80.2 million contract from the Navy for organization subcontract support.

General Dynamics Information Technology of Fairfax won a $38.6 million contract from the Navy for information technology and information management department support services.

Truston Technologies of Annapolis was among five companies that won a contract worth a combined $17.5 million for work involving waterfront security systems, barriers and moorings at Navy and Marine Corps facilities and other government facilities worldwide.

Booz Allen Hamilton of McLean won a $7.4 million contract from the Navy to provide business and analytical support to the Program Office for Ground Transportation Equipment Systems.

Cape Fox Professional Services of Manassas won a $6.1 million contract from the Navy to provide training, program management and supporting structure for Navy and Marine Corps traffic-safety programs.

Northrop Grumman Defense Systems Division of Herndon won a $5.3 million contract to provide post-delivery software support.

Clark/MC Dean of Bethesda won a $124.3 million contract from the Army for construction of a new electrical utility plant and substation at Fort Meade.

Scitor of Herndon won a $7.9 million contract from the Army for systems engineering and technical analysis.

Booz Allen and Hamilton of Herndon won a $19.8 million contract from the Air Force to provide cyber operations technical analysis.

BAE Systems Technology Solutions and Services of Rockville won an $8 million contract from the Navy for facilities operating under Naval Computer and Telecommunication Area Master Station.

BAE Systems Technology Solutions and Services of Rockville won a $5.9 million contract from the Navy to provide ammunition storage, handling and management services.

Corporation for National Research Initiatives of Reston won a $6.4 million contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for administration and management.


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