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By Compiled by Vanessa Mizell
Monday, January 31, 2011

Serco of Reston won a $852.1 million contract from the Navy for installation and operational certification of command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems by the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Centers for PEO (C4I & Space), Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, and other prospective U.S. government and foreign military sales customers.

Lockheed Martin Services of Gaithersburg won a $831.1 million contract from the Navy for installation and operational certification of command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems by the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Centers for PEO (C4I & Space), Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, and other prospective U.S. government and foreign military sales customers.

AECOM Services of Arlington won a $15 million contract from the Navy for top secret architectural and engineering and design services.

Sentel of Alexandria won a $37 million contract from the Army for logistics support, property-accountability services, operator-level maintenance and readiness-management operations for the Army Sustainment Command in support of applicable military units and governmental agencies.

DRS Technical Services of Herndon won a $22.7 million contract from the Army for field service support, operator training, engineer support, communication equipment repair and installation.

DRS Technical Services of Herndon won a $7.1 million contract from the Army for Codan Base Stations, 300 Codan high-frequency mobile radios and 150 Codan high frequency man-pack radios.

A.T. Kearney of Vienna won a $23.3 million contract from the Navy for the acquisition of services for the facilitation and execution of standardization and life cycle cost analysis studies.

Computational Physics of Springfield won a $14 million contract from the Navy for scientific and engineering research and development services.

Northrop Grumman Systems Corp., Defense Systems Division of Herndon won a $49.6 million contract from the Air Force to research, develop, and deliver an integrated software solution that improves upon the targeting functionality.

Chemonics of the District won a $20.6 million contract from the Agency for International Development for professional, administrative and management support services.

GRD Construction Consultants of Bethesda won a $2 million contract from the General Services Administration for professional, administrative and management support services.

Telecommunication Systems of Annapolis won a $3.9 million contract from the Army for information technology services, including telecommunications services.


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