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By Vanessa Mizell
Monday, February 21, 2011

LB&B Associates of Columbia won a $25.7 million contract from the Army to provide for the operation, maintenance and construction of facilities and structures.

General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems of Fairfax won a $22.5 million contract from the Navy for follow-on to Phase III Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) topics N93-078 (Utilization of High Resolution Color Displays), N98-072 (Combat Systems Software Migration to Open Systems), N98-127 (Next Generation Combat System Display Concepts), N99-133 (JAVA Applications for Naval Combat Systems) and N99-157 (Development of Low Cost COTS technology for Total Ship Monitoring.

American Society for Engineering Education of the District won a $39.9 million contract from the Air Force for administrative support and management.

CACI Systems of Chantilly won a $5.8 million contract from the Navy for services and supplies in support of the design, development, prototyping, modification, integration test and evaluation, installation, fielding, certification, maintenance, life cycle and logistics support of command, control, communication, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance electronic systems.

CACI Technologies of Chantilly won a $24.2 million contract from the Navy for systems engineering services in support of integrated ship self-defense.

BAE Systems Technology Solutions & Services of Rockville won a $15.7 million contract from the Air Force to exercise the Lot 17 option to procure a quantity of 9-QF-4 full-scale aerial targets.

Booz Allen Hamilton of McLean; MacAulay-Brown of Dayton, Ohio; SAIC of Arlington; and TASC of Andover, Mass., each won a contract for $281.7 million contract from the Missile Defense Agency to provide advisory and assistance services.

BAE of Belcamp, Md., won a $58 million contract from the Army to provide for the purchase of 6,000 thermal weapon systems.

2020 Co. of Falls Church won a $51.4 million contract from the Air Force to provide for a wide range of diverse non-engineering, technical and acquisition management support required in the acquisition, development, production and support of various equipment and weapon systems.

BAE Systems Technology Solutions and Services of Rockville won a $15.7 million contract from the Air Force for aircraft and airframe structural components.

Serco of Reston won an $18.7 million contract from the Army for professional, administrative and management support services.


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