AT&T Government Solutions of Vienna won a $1.7 million, nine-month contract from the National Communications System to plan the move of the Government Emergency Telecommunications Service onto a new Internet-based network.

CACI International Inc. of Arlington won a $9.8 million, four-year contract renewal from the Navy to continue providing sensor network engineering, integrated logistics and test evaluation services for the Cooperative Engagement Capability, a naval electronic defense system.

ICF Consulting Group Inc. of Fairfax won a $9.4 million, four-year contract from the Defense Contract Management Agency to support migration of legacy applications to the agency's Web environment.

ICF Consulting Group also won a $6.5 million contract from the Environmental Protection Agency for policy evaluations, emissions modeling and local planning and design assistance for the agency's Smart Growth program to help states and localities integrate transportation, building and open space planning.

Meads International Inc. of Orlando, a joint venture of Lockheed Martin Corp. of Bethesda; European Aeronautic Defence and Space Co. of the Netherlands; MBDA-Italia; and Lenkflugkoerpersysteme of Germany won a $3.4 billion, nine-year contract from Germany, Italy and the United States to design and develop the Medium Extended Air Defense System. Meads is a mobile system that will replace Patriot systems in the United States and Germany.

Multimax Inc. of Largo won a $2.3 million, 16-month contract from the Army Corps of Engineers to provide information-technology support services to the Directorate of Public Works in Fort Lewis, Wash.

Pragmatics Inc. of McLean won a $65 million Homeland Security Department contract for software testing of the Automated Commercial System, part of the Customs Modernization project.

Electronic Warfare Associates Government Systems Inc. of Herndon won a $5.7 million contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division for a flight station weapons system trainer with improved capabilities.

Anteon Corp. of Fairfax won a $99.7 million contract from the Air Force for technical operations support.

BAE Systems Applied Technologies Inc. of Rockville won a $16.9 million contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division for engineering, technical and logistics services for radio communications system/command, control, communications, computer and intelligence systems.

Bell-Boeing Joint Program Office of Patuxent River, Md., won contracts for $13.5 million and $11.2 million contract from the Naval Inventory Control Point to provide additional spare items for the MV-22 Osprey.

Northrop Grumman Defense Mission Systems of Reston won a $39.4 million contract from the Air Force's Headquarters Electronic Systems Center to provide for the Joint Interface Control Officer Support System.

Quality Elevator Company Inc. of Bladensburg won a $1.9 million contract from the General Services Administration to provide elevator and escalator maintenance service.

International Business & Technical Consultants Inc. of Vienna won a $24.9 million contract from the Agency for International Development to provide Iraq Phase II monitoring and evaluation services.

Colonial Circuits Inc. of Fredericksburg won a $2.4 million contract from the Navy for printed circuit boards.

Science Applications International Corp. of Columbia won a $2.7 million contract from the Air Force for cryptographic equipment for space ground applications in satellite systems.

Staff writer Judith Mbuya contributed to this report.