* BearingPoint, a McLean management consulting and systems integration company, earned $15.2 million (8 cents a share) on $885.5 million in revenue during its second quarter, up from $10.3 million (5 cents) on $780.1 million in revenue during the year-ago quarter. For the six months ended June 30, the company earned $16.8 million (8 cents) on $1.7 billion in revenue, up from $14.5 million (8 cents) on $1.6 billion in revenue during the same period last year. Shares of BearingPoint closed down 30 cents, at $7.84.
* InteliData Technologies, a Reston electronic banking and bill payment company, lost $27.8 million (54 cents) on $3.7 million in revenue during the second quarter, compared with a loss of $11,000 (0 cents) on $6 million in revenue during the year-ago quarter. For the six months ended June 30, the company lost $29.3 million (57 cents) on $7.3 million in revenue, compared with a loss of $158,000 (0 cents) on $11.6 million in revenue during the same period last year. The company took a $26.2 million (51 cents) charge for goodwill impairment in the second quarter. Shares of InteliData closed at 49 cents, up 3 cents.
* Maximus, a Reston government consulting firm, earned $9.9 million (45 cents) on $160.2 million in revenue during its fiscal third quarter ended June 30, up from a profit of $9 million (43 cents) on $141.7 million in revenue during the year-ago quarter. Maximus recorded a one-time charge of $1.1 million. Shares of Maximus closed down 70 cents, at $30.83.
* Corvis, a Columbia voice and data communications company, narrowed its second-quarter loss to $38.1 million (8 cents) on $142.1 million in revenue from a loss of $45.8 million (11 cents) on revenue of $27 million during the same quarter last year. Corvis said its Broadwing Communications subsidiary recorded $141.4 million in revenue from services. Shares of Corvis closed at $1.13, down 2 cents.
* GenVec, a Gaithersburg biopharmaceutical company, lost $4.8 million (9 cents) on $3.2 million in revenue during the second quarter, compared with a loss of $6 million (26 cents) on $2.5 million in revenue during the year-ago quarter. For the six months ended June 30, GenVec lost $10.4 million (20 cents) on $5.9 million in revenue, compared with a loss of $11.2 million (49 cents) on $5.7 million in revenue during the same period last year. Share of GenVec closed at $2.30, down 2 cents.
* Northrop Grumman, a Los Angeles shipbuilder and defense contractor, won a $26 million contract from the U.S. Army to design and construct 10 prototype command posts for the Command Post Platform Development and Integration Program. The contract is potentially worth $400 million over the next five years and was awarded to Northrop Grumman's Mission Systems division, headquartered in Reston.
* Sensytech, a Newington electronic surveillance company, received a contract modification valued at $10.3 million from the Naval Sea Systems Command for the production, test and delivery of 11 AN/SLQ-25A Surface Ship Torpedo Defense Systems.
* PanAmSat, a commercial satellite operator based in Wilton, Conn., that is being acquired by three buyout companies, said the suitors are reviewing the $3.53 billion purchase after the propulsion system failed on one of its satellites. Kohlberg Kravis Roberts, Carlyle Group and Providence Equity Partners are evaluating the impact of the failure. The transaction, which was announced in April, allows the buyers to walk away if the satellite's propulsion system doesn't work.
Compiled from reports by Washington Post staff writers, Bloomberg News and Reuters.