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Monday, October 25, 2010

Northrop Grumman Mission Systems of Herndon won a $30.5 million contract from the Army to provide counter-rocket, artillery and mortar command and control sense and warn, training and contractor support.

CH2M Hill Constructors of Chantilly won a $28.5 million contract from the Army for Expeditionary Fighter Shelter, aviation operations and maintenance, intelligence surveillance reconnaissance apron expansion and close air support apron expansion.

Data Tactics of Alexandria won a $24.8 million contract from the Army to research and demonstrate a cloud-based architecture to support the extraction and mining of objects, events and relationships from multiple intelligence sources.

Contrack International of McLean won a $21.2 million contract from the Army for construction.

Northrop Grumman Mission Systems of Herndon won a $17.6 million contract from the Army to provide for counter-rocket, artillery and mortar protection of forward operating bases in Afghanistan.

CACI-ISS of Chantilly won a $16.4 million contract from the Army to provide operation and maintenance of the AOC C2 desktops and related continuity of operations.

Serco of Reston won a $14.9 million contract from the Army to provide Army OneSource support services to soldiers and their families.

CSC of Falls Church won a $14.4 million contract from the Army for services for enterprise resource planning.

Align Staffing of Greenbelt won a $13.4 million contract from the Army to provide respite care services for the Army Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command.

Benchmark International of Arlington won an $11 million contract from the Army to provide force management support services.

IBM of Bethesda won an $8.1 million contract from the Army for a career tracker that consolidates training, education and assignment source data housed in various Army systems into an easy-to-use interface.

Arinc Engineering Services of Annapolis won a $6.7 million contract from the Army for 12 months of aircraft logistics support, spare parts and services on materials for five Iraqi Bell Jet Ranger helicopters.


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