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By Compiled by Vanessa Mizell
Monday, January 10, 2011

M.C. Dean of Dulles won an $85.5 million contract from the Navy for command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance initiatives and programs.

EADS North American Defense of Arlington won a $52.5 million contract from the Army for 12 UH-72A Light Utility Helicopters, 12 Airborne Radio Communication systems and two Engine Inlet Barrier Filters.

General Dynamics Information Technology of Fairfax won a $31.3 million contract from the Army to provide for supply-support-activity operations.

Science Applications International Corp. of McLean won a $16.6 million contract from the Army for support for all ammunition stocks.

Science Applications International Corp. of McLean won a $10 million contract from the Army to provide for airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance.

Northrop Grumman Space & Missions Systems of Fairfax won a $6.8 million contract from the Army to provide for operations, maintenance and repair support services.

PAE Government Services of Rosslyn won a $5.6 million contract from the Army to provide support to the Afghan National Security Force and equipment services.

DCS of Alexandria won a $191,380 contract from the Army to provide for technical engineering services including post production software support, lifecycle software engineering to program managers in the acquisition and development of main weapon systems platforms, and systems engineering on project within Tank-Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center.

IQ Solutions of Rockville won a $2.3 million contract from the Health and Human Services Department for professional, administrative and management support services.

ITT of Alexandria won a $3.5 million contract from the Navy for research and development.

Advanced Technology Systems of McLean won a $19.5 million contract from the Department of Homeland Security for information technology services, including telecommunication services.

Eyak Services of Falls Church won a $3.8 million contract from the Army for professional, administrative and management support services.


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