ANHAM of Vienna won a $120.13 million contract from the Army's Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command for Iraqi Armed Forces and Associated Security Forces, 15 Battalion Sets, and six Brigade Headquarters Sets.

Development Associates Inc. of Arlington won a shared contract valued at up to $100 million from the Agency for International Development for international legislative strengthening technical assistance.

Financial Markets International Inc. of Bethesda won a shared contract valued at up to $100 million from the Agency for International Development for international legislative strengthening technical assistance.

Development Alternatives Inc. of Bethesda won a shared contract valued at up to $100 million from the Agency for International Development for international legislative strengthening technical assistance.

Management Systems International of Washington won a shared contract valued at up to $100 million from the Agency for International Development for international legislative strengthening technical assistance.

Innovative Solutions of Hollywood, Md., won a $30 million contract from the Air Force's Electronics Systems Center for the Battle Control System-Mobile.

Lankford/Sysco Food Services Inc. of Pocomoke City, Md., won a $25.1 million contract from the Defense Supply Center for food and beverage support for the military forces and the Job Corps.

BAE Systems of Rockville won a $17.06 million contract from the Naval Air Systems Command for technical and engineering services for communication-electronic platforms, systems and subsystems.

ASRC Management Services of Greenbelt won a $13.34 million contract from the Justice Department's Drug Enforcement Administration for technical and clerical support.

Accenture LLP of Reston won a $10 million contract from the Homeland Security Department to support border security programs.

JACER Corp. of Arlington won a contract valued at up to $7.5 million from the General Services Administration's Federal Supply Service for management, organizational and business improvement services.

Northrop Grumman Information Technology of Reston won a $6.06 million contract from Air Force's Space and Missile Systems Center for the second phase of the Transformational Communication MilSatcom Mission Operations Segment effort to refine its requirements.

AETC Inc. of Arlington won a $5.55 million contract from the Navy's Office of Naval Research for research and development in submarine science and technology.

Norfolk Dredging Co. of Chesapeake, Va., won a $3.24 million contract from the Army for a shore protection project in Pinellas County, Fla.

Praxis Inc. of Alexandria won a $2.84 million contract from the Naval Research Laboratory for scientific, technical and engineering support services.

Alutiiq Security & Technology LLC of Chesapeake, Va., won a $2.14 million contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center for assistance in developing, implementing and maintaining electronic security systems programs for the Headquarters Army National Guard Bureau mission.

Bay Electric Co. of Newport News, Va., won a $1.65 million contract from the Justice Department's Bureau of Prisons for high mast lighting.

Advex Corp. of Hampton, Va., won a $1.33 million contract from the Navy for work on the USS Stout (DDG-55).

Andrew Taylor Inc. of Gaithersburg won a $1.21 million contract from the Air Force's Air Mobility Command for an advanced counterintelligence training program.

Booz Allen Hamilton of McLean won a $1.1 million contract from the Agriculture Department's Forest Service for a performance accountability system project.

Northrop Grumman Systems Corp. of Linthicum Heights won a $942,600 contract from the Air Force Materiel Command for fire control equipment.

Comptech Corp. of Rockville won a $615,215 contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for gun solenoid assemblies.

Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Laboratory of Laurel won a $604,087 contract from the Navy's Office of Naval Research for research and development of an integrated wireless coastal communication network.

Market Vision Inc. of Burke won a contract valued at up to $450,000 from the General Services Administration's Federal Supply Service for management, organizational and business improvement services.

American Technology Corp. of Baltimore won a $445,350 contract from the Army's Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command for hazard-detecting instruments and apparatuses.

Integrated Asset Management Inc. of Millersville, Md., won a $421,562 contract from the Senate's Office of the Sergeant at Arms for inventory services.

Survice Engineering Co. of Belcamp, Md., won a $399,677 contract from the Air Force's Air Armament Center for high-bypass engineer modeling and analysis.

Lockheed Martin Corp. of Gaithersburg won a $325,000 contract from the Army's Communications-Electronics Command for research and development.

Network Industries of Norfolk won a $250,000 contract from the Veterans Affairs Department for construction services.

Costabile Associates Inc. of Bethesda won a $147,041 contract from the Health and Human Services Department's National Library of Medicine for foreign-language catalogues.

North Taiga Ventures Inc. of Gaithersburg won a $143,493 contract from the Homeland Security Department's Coast Guard to replace the windows, doors and air conditioning.

Allied Enterprises Inc. of Norfolk won a $127,132 contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for cleaning compound.

Quantico Arms & Tactical Supply Inc. of Quantico, Va., won a contract valued at up to $125,000 from the General Services Administration's Federal Supply Service for law enforcement, security, marine craft, fire-rescue and special purpose clothing.

Mid-Atlantic Chemical Inc. of Stevensville, Va., won a $100,000 contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for ball and roller-bearing grease.

ITT Industries Inc.'s Night Vision division in Roanoke won a $99,524 contract from the Naval Inventory Control Point for night image converters.

Wilder Mechanical Corp. of Newport News, Va., won a $90,330 contract from the Homeland Security Department's Coast Guard for renovation services.

Coda Research of Silver Spring won a $59,774 contract from the Health and Human Services Department's National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences for a study of twins and siblings with systemic rheumatic disorders.

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.