* Anteon International, a Fairfax information technology company and defense contractor, said earnings rose to $14.7 million (39 cents a share) on $304.2 million in revenue for the second quarter, from $10.3 million (28 cents) on $254.1 million in revenue during the same period last year. For the six-month period ended June 30, Anteon earned $28 million (75 cents) on $592 million in revenue, compared with $19.4 million (53 cents) on $482.7 million in revenue in the first half of 2003.

* Celera Genomics Group, a Rockville biomedical research company, reported a fourth-quarter net loss of $5.8 million (8 cents a share), compared with a loss of $19.4 million (27 cents) during the same period a year ago. But revenue for the quarter ended June 30 was $12.4 million, down from $21.5 million. For the year, Celera reported a loss of $57.5 million (79 cents) on $60.1 million in revenue, compared with a loss of $81.9 million ($1.15) on $88.3 million in revenue the previous year.

* Optelecom, a Germantown manufacturer of fiber-optic transmission products, earned $303,000 (9 cents a share) in the second quarter, compared with $536,000 (17 cents) during the same period a year ago. Revenue, at $4.3 million, was virtually flat. For the six-month period ended June 30, Optelecom earned $607,000 (19 cents) on $8.4 million in revenue, down from $905,000 (29 cents) on $7.7 million in revenue in the same period a year ago.

* CACI International, an Arlington information technology and network solutions company, said it won a five-year, $75 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command to provide systems integration and support for all Navy shipyards.

* Comsat International, a McLean provider of voice and data services in Latin America, said it won contracts worth more than $20 million for the Colombian government's Compartel III project, a six-year initiative to provide broadband Internet access to public institutions such as the government, schools and military sites.

Compiled from reports by Washington Post staff writers.