CACI International Inc. of Arlington won a $73 million, three-year contract from the Navy to provide program management and technical services to support the Naval Aviation Enterprise and the Naval Aviation Readiness Integrated Improvement Program.

Avineon Inc. of Alexandria won an $8 million, three-year task order from the Housing and Urban Development Department for software development and maintenance services for HUD's Public and Indian Housing Physical Assessment Subsystem.

CDW Government Inc. of Herndon won an $11 million, three-year enterprise software agreement with the Navy to deliver Microsoft software for the Naval Network Warfare Command's One-Net overseas enterprise network outside the United States.

CGI-AMS Inc. of Fairfax won a $6 million contract from Kentucky to implement its AMS Advantage 3 Financial Management and Procurement solutions in a statewide deployment beginning in July 2006.

ManTech International Corp. of Fairfax won an $8 million, five-year contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for engineering and technical support services for surface ship radiated noise trials. The company also won a $6.8 million contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division for command, control, communications and computer intelligence and information systems engineering services to support the Surface Communications and Information Systems Division.

InDyne Inc. of McLean won a $269 million contract from the Air Force to provide operation and maintenance of the Eglin Test and Training Complex at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla.

Forrester Construction Co., John C. Grimberg Co. and Grunley Construction Co. of Rockville, Desbuild Inc. of Hyattsville and Centennial Contractors Enterprises Inc. of Vienna won industrial building contracts, worth a minimum of $50,000 and a maximum of $50 million a year over a span of five years, from the Architect of the Capitol.

Lear Siegler Services Inc. of Gaithersburg won a $4 million contract from the Army Materiel Command for engineering services.

AT&T Government Solutions of Vienna won a $14 million, five-month subcontract under the Defense Department's Global Information Grid Bandwidth Expansion to install and test equipment.

Lockheed Martin Corp. of Bethesda won these contracts from the Air Force: $18.1 million to provide flight operations and analysis software and hardware architecture to implement a fully automated, reliable and effective life-cycle cost design; $6.2 million to provide complex transportable radar systems and support equipment; and $5.4 million to provide software code assimilation and test support for the Eastern and Western Spacelift Ranges.

Jahn Corp. of Lexington Park won a $6.9 million contract for advisory and assistance services to the V-22 program from the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division.

Computer Sciences Corp. of Arlington won a contract of up to $62.5 million from the Missile Defense Agency to provide scientific, engineering and technical assistance support for the Executive Management Council.

Jupiter Corp. of Wheaton won a $6.4 million contract to provide administrative support to the Air Force Central Adjudication Facility for personnel security matters.

Northorp Grumman Electronic Systems of Linthicum Heights won an $8.9 million contract from the Office of Naval Research for research and development in the physical, engineering and life sciences.

Centech Group Inc. of Arlington won a $5 million contract from the General Services Administration for professional, administrative and management support services.

America's Pride of Dunn Loring won a $5.9 million contract from the Air Force Materiel Command for document preparation services.

Colonna's Shipyard Inc. of Norfolk won a $1.7 million contract for maintenance, repair and rebuilding of Navy equipment.

Information from Washington Technology was used in this report.