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By Vanessa Mizell
Monday, January 24, 2011

Pragmatics of McLean won a $51.9 million contract from the Army to provide technology supplies and services for the Classroom XXI Enterprise Classroom Program.

DRS Technical Services of Herndon won a $78.2 million contract from the Army to provide for specialized engineering and installation support services for the ongoing information technology infrastructure requirements.

NIKA Technologies of Bethesda won a $48 million contract from the Army to provide architect and engineer services for the Energy Conservation Investment Program.

Logos Technologies of Arlington won a $10.4 million contract from the Navy for a Phase III Small Business Innovation Research project.

SAIC of McLean won an $8 million contract from the Navy to provide the fiscal 2011 Navy Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Integration Support Services.

Westat of Rockville won a $100 million contract from the Department of Health and Human Services for professional, administrative and management support services.

McClendon-SpecTal of Chantilly won a $37.4 million contract from the Department of Homeland Security for professional, administrative and management support services.

Federated IT of the District won a $12.2 million contract from the Department of Labor for information technology services, including telecommunication services.

Language Associates of Arlington won a $1.4 million contract from the Army for education and training services.

Northrop Grumman Systems of Gaithersburg won a $1.1 million contract from the Navy for electrical and electronic equipment components.

Explora Security A&E of Falls Church won a $75 million contract from the Army for prefabricated structures and scaffolding.

Harvey-Clearly Builders of Gaithersburg won a $1.6 million contract from the Department of Health and Human Services for construction of structures and facilities.


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