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By Vanessa Mizell
Monday, December 20, 2010

SEDNA Digital Solutions of Manassas won a $14.3 million contract from the Navy for the production of AN/WLY-1 acoustic interception and countermeasures systems and technology insertion kits, active intercept and ranging systems, and Archival Media Center systems, including pre-cable kits, maintenance assistance modules, and spares in support of Navy submarine programs.

Booz Allen Hamilton of McLean won a $400 million contract from the Army for research and development.

Wintec Arrowmaker of Fort Washington won a $400 million contract from the Army for research and development

Technical and Project Engineering of McLean won a $400 million contract from the Army for research and development.

CACI-WGI of Vienna won a $20.6 million contract from the Army to provide Joint Improvised Explosive Devices Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) with policy, strategy, international, and interagency support as well as information technology support.

Federal Prison Industries of the District won an $11.4 million contract from the Army for outer tactical vests for Foreign Military Sales for Afghanistan.

MPRI of Alexandria won a $156.1 million contract from the Army to embed former law-enforcement professionals into corps, division, brigade, regimental and battalion headquarters to assist commanders with enhanced expertise to penetrate and suppress criminal networks and their employment of improvised explosive devices.

Tompkins, Turner Grunley/Kinsley of the District won a $12 million contract from the Army to provide for full and final settlement of various request for adjustment for impacts throughout the design and construction phases of the Command, Control, Communication, Computer, Intelligence, Reconnaissance and Surveillance Campus at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.

Deloitte Consulting of Alexandria won a $29.1 million contract from the Navy for continued E-2/C-2 planning, program, and financial services.

EMCOR Government Services of Arlington won a $16.1 million contract from the Navy for base operating support services.

Noblis of Falls Church won a $1 million contract from the General Services Administration for natural resources and conservation services.


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