CACI International Inc. of Arlington won a share of a $650 million contract from the Army to participate in an operations, planning, training and resource support services contract. Work includes project management services to run Army installations and combat training centers, planning and execution of troop mobilization, training services for everything from databases to weapon systems, and anti-terrorist assessments and force protection training for Army installations.

Anteon International Corp. of Fairfax won a contract valued at up to $80 million from the Army to provide support to units and installations worldwide.

SI International Inc. of Reston won a contract valued at up to $43.5 million over a nine-year period by the Air Force to provide space sensors engineering and technical services support.

Tecnico Corp. of Chesapeake, Va., won a $23.21 million contract from the Navy for engineering technical and logistics services, and staging facility and support services.

Mabey Bridge & Shore Inc. of Elkridge, Md., won a $17.56 million contract from the Army for work on two bridges.

AAI Corp. of Hunt Valley won a $15.97 million contract from the Navy for the Joint Service Electronic Combat Systems Tester.

Israel Military Industries' IMI Services USA Inc. of Bethesda won a $12.5 million contract modification from the Navy for 85 Improved Tactical Air Launched Decoys.

CSSI Inc. of Washington won a contract valued at up to $10 million from NASA for aviation safety and small aircraft transportation system projects.

Cryptek Inc. of Sterling won an $8.11 million contract from the Navy for the Joint Engineering Data Management Information and Control System Web Server Security System. Work includes installation, engineering services, operational support, testing and capability to securely access engineering drawings and related tests via the Web.

McDonald Bradley Inc. of Herndon won a $7.8 million contract from the Defense Department for the intelligence portion of the Net-Centric Enterprise Services project, part of a larger initiative to use web technologies to integrate the disparate back-end information systems and data repositories throughout the Defense Department.

Windermere Information Technology Systems of Annapolis won a $7.02 million contract from the Navy for engineering and technical services to support the development, testing and fleet implementation of general purposes electronic test equipment.

BAE Systems Technologies Inc. of Rockville won a $6.09 million contract modification option from the Navy for technical and engineering services in support of the Naval Air Systems Command Aircraft Division's Air Traffic Control and Landing Systems Branch.

AT&T Government Solutions of Vienna has won a $2 million concept and technology development contract from the Army to help define the emerging technologies and communications systems to be used in future combat simulation and live training.

Engineering Services Network Inc. of Arlington won a $1.95 million contract from the Navy for a verification and validation of the module test and repair program.

Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. of Rockville won a $1.89 million contract from the Health Resources and Services Administration for development of a National Bioterrorism Hospital Preparedness Services Resource Center.

Northrop Grumman Systems Corp. of Linthicum Heights won a $1.37 million contract from the Navy for wideband monolithic liniearized power amplifiers.

Raytheon Co. of Baltimore won a $794,898 contract from the Navy for receiver-transmitters.

The contracts listed were awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Virginia, Maryland and the District. For more information, contact states2001@aol.com, or 202-628-3100, ext. 266