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By Vanessa Mizell
Monday, February 28, 2011

DRS Technical Services of Herndon won a $12.1 million contract from the Army to provide 10,000 VHF handheld radios, 10,000 VHF handheld radio accessories, 5,000 VHF mobile radios and 5,000 VHF mobile radio accessories.

General Dynamics Information Technology of Fairfax won a $23 million contract from the Air Force for the ruggedized portable maintenance aids able to integrate directly with the F-22 fighter jet for maintenance purposes.

BAE Systems Technology Solutions & Services of Rockville won a $7.7 million contract from the Navy for the procurement of maintenance, logistics and life-cycle services in support of communication-electronic equipment/systems and subsystems for various Navy, Army, Air Force, Special Operations Forces and other federal agencies.

Trident Systems of Fairfax won a $49.5 million contract from the Navy for developmental engineering, prototyping and providing limited quantity items in support of the Special Surveillance Program in support of the Navy and other government agencies.

Wells Reitt-Independence Square of the District won a $399 million contract from the General Services Administration for lease or rental of facilities.

6K Systems of Leesburg won a $6.4 million contract from the Department of Health and Human Services for professional, administrative and management support services.

Allied Technical Services Group of Arlington won a $1.7 million contract from the General Services Administration for professional, administrative and management support services.

General Dynamics Information Technology of Fairfax won a $23 million contract from the Air Force for information technology services, including telecommunications services.

ABT Associates of Bethesda won a $2.7 million contract from the Department of Housing and Urban Development for professional, administrative and management support services.

Population Services International of the District won a $7.2 million contract from the Agency for International Development for professional, administrative and management support services.

Vail Technologies of Arlington won a $3.3 million contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency for professional, administrative and management support services.

Netcom of Rockville won a $3.8 million contract from the Justice Department for general purpose information technology equipment.


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