Aspen Systems Corp. of Rockville won a $71 million contract from the Justice Department to continue operation of the National Criminal Justice Reference Service.

Northrop Grumman Defense Mission Systems of Reston won a $17.76 million contract from the Naval Supply Systems Command for analytical and technical support.

Horizons Youth Services of Harrisonburg, Va., won a $17.08 million contract from the Labor Department's Employment Training Administration for operation of the Muhlenberg Job Corps Center.

BAE Systems Applied Technologies Inc. of Rockville won a $10.33 million contract from the Navy for test and evaluation support for Tomahawk Weapon Control Systems.

Padco Inc. of Washington won a contract valued at up to $10 million from the General Services Administration's Federal Supply Service for management, organizational and business improvement services.

Emmes Corp. of Rockville won a $7.77 million contract from the Health and Human Services Department's National Cancer Institute for clinical trials and information management support services.

Progeny Systems Corp. of Manassas won a $6.75 million contract from the Navy for production and modernization of active-intercept acoustic-signal processing systems on fast-attack and guided-missile submarines.

SFA Inc. of Frederick won a $4.23 million contract from the Army's Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command for water purification equipment.

Phaneuf Associates Inc. of Arlington won a $3.79 million contract from the Transportation Department's Research and Special Programs Administration for aviation safety regulations projects support.

Intelligent Decisions of Chantilly won a contract valued at up to $2.2 million from the General Services Administration for networking infrastructure equipment.

Pragmatics Inc. of McLean won a $2.16 million contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency for programmatic, technical, logistical and administrative support for the Global Command and Control System Family of Systems Integrator.

Exeter Government Services of Rockville won a $2 million contract from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for the Training Institute Online Registration Operations.

ITT Industries Inc. of Roanoke won a $1.74 million contract from the Army's Communications-Electronics Command for enhanced night vision devices.

Morgans Inc. of Washington won a $1.72 million contract from the Homeland Security Department's Secret Service for uniforms.

ICS Technologies Inc. of McLean won a $1.69 million contract from the Coalition Provisional Authority-Iraq for security equipment and security related products.

EnviroControl Inc. of Fort Washington won a $306,220 contract from the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency for demolition services.

Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. of Newport News, Va., won a $286,000 contract from the Navy for sound-dampening work on 688-class submarines.

Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. of Newport News, Va., won a $250,000 contract from the Navy for labor resources in support of the de-fueling of 688-class submarines.

Avanti Corp. of Annandale won a contract valued at up to $175,000 from the General Services Administration's Federal Supply Service for environmental services.

Abbott General Construction Inc. of Hampton, Va., won a $147,344 contract from the Homeland Security's Coast Guard to paint a hangar.

George W. Allen Co. of Beltsville won a contract valued at up to $125,000 from the General Services Administration's Federal Supply Service for food-service equipment, supplies and services.

Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. of Newport News, Va., won a $100,000 contract from the Navy for planning and other technical resource services for repairs on an aircraft carrier.

Radian Inc. of Alexandria won a $99,552 contract from the Army's Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command for research and development services.

Radian Inc. of Alexandria won a $92,748 contract from the Defense Supply Center for electrical cable.

ANT Co. of Richmond won an $86,350 contract from the Defense Industrial Supply Center for tripod light assemblies.

Direct Dimensions of Owings Mill, Md., won a $70,650 contract from the Navy's Office of Naval Intelligence for general-purpose information-technology equipment.

Progeny Systems Corp. of Manassas won a $69,886 contract from the Navy for expendable array installation system research and development.

These contracts were awarded by the federal government to companies in Maryland, Virginia and the District. For more information, call States News Service at 202-628-3100, ext. 266.