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By Vanessa Mizell
Monday, March 7, 2011

SunEdison of Beltsville; AECOM Energy/Solar Power Partners of Mill Valley, Calif.; Chevron Energy Solutions of San Francisco; SunPower of Richmond, Calif.; and SunDurance Energy of South Plainfield, N.J., won a $25 million contract from the Navy for the purchase of renewable electrical power.

Lafayette Group of Vienna won an $18 million contract from the Navy for technical support to federal, state, and local government agencies engaged in a wide range of command, control, communications, computers and intelligence activities supporting communications interoperability for public safety.

Shaw Group of Edgewood won a $17.7 million contract from the Army for labor, personnel, supervision, administration, materials, equipment, tools and transportation.

Booz Allen Hamilton of McLean; Deloitte Consulting of Alexandria; National Technologies Associates of Alexandria; and SAIC of San Diego won a $16.2 million contract from the Navy for management, organizational and business improvement services, financial and business solutions, and human resources services

Deloitte and Touche of McLean won a $13.8 million contract from the Army to provide for services to the Acquisition Oversight Division area within the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization.

General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems of Fairfax won a $26.9 million contract from the Navy for the production of the Navy's Common Display System, a commercial, off-the-shelf-based and Grade A shock-qualified display system in support of various Navy platforms.

ARINC Engineering Services of Annapolis won a $41.7 million contract from the Army for the MI-17 aircraft.

Lockheed Martin of Gaithersburg; Chenega Technical Services of Alexandria; Dataline of Norfolk; BAE Systems Technology Solutions and Services of Rockville; M.C. Dean of Dulles; DRS Technical Services of Herndon; L-3 Services of Mount Laurel, N.J.; and Systems Applications and Solutions of Charleston, S.C., won a contract amounting to $183 million to provide Integrated Security Systems Sustainment support services.

RHGC of Brandywine won a $1 million contract from the General Services Administration for office supplies and devices.

Westat of Rockville won a $3.3 million contract from the National Science Foundation for professional, administration and management support services.

Human Capital Initiatives of the District won a $1.7 million contract from the General Services Administration for professional, administration and management support services.

Signature Consulting Group of Columbia won a contract not to exceed $4 million from the Department of Health and Human Services for professional, administration and management support services.


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