Arinc Inc. of Annapolis was among 10 companies that won spots on the Air Force Materiel Command's $1.9 billion, seven-year Design Engineering and Support Program II contract. Other winners were: Aerospace Engineering Spectrum LLC, Ogden, Utah; Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio; Dynamics Research Corp., Andover, Mass.; Karta Technologies Inc. of San Antonio; MTC Technologies Inc., Dayton, Ohio; Northrop Grumman Corp., Los Angeles; Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio; Support Systems Associates Inc., Melbourne, Fla.; and Sverdrup Technology, a division of Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., Pasadena, Calif.
Lockheed Martin of Bethesda won a $24.7 million, two-year contract from the Defense Department to continue developing a Web-enabled system connecting Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and special operations systems for use in joint strike missions and search-and-rescue operations.
Lockheed Martin Corp. also won a $152 million contract to manage the Army Knowledge Online enterprise Web portal.
ManTech International Corp. of Fairfax won an $11.4 million, 34-month contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for modeling and simulation training applications for the Navy's integrated warfare systems program.
SRA International Inc. of Fairfax will partner with High Performance Technologies Inc. of Reston on an $80 million contract from the Justice Department for information technology services.
Radian Inc. of Alexandria won a $25.5 million contract from the Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command for armor cab kits being installed on the family of medium tactical vehicles.
Progeny Systems Corp. of Manassas won a $5.9 million contract for engineering services from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command for the development of technology for an expendable array installation vehicle for Maritime Surveillance Systems.
Federal Prison Industries Inc. of Washington won a $97.3 million Army contract for the Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System and related items.
UNICOR of Washington won a delivery order amount of $16.5 million from the Army as part of a $334 million contract for spare parts for the Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System Weapons System.
Hensel Phelps Construction Co. of Chantilly won a $6.8 million contract modification for changes to a renovation and to add funding to the base contract from the Pentagon Renovation and Construction Program Office.
Q.E.D. Systems Inc. of Virginia Beach won a $415 million contract to support habitability and food service installations and repairs on various Navy vessels.
Tecnico Corp. of Chesapeake, Va., won a $408 million multiple award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for habitability services on various Naval vessels. The purpose of this contract is to provide manpower and support to habitability and food service installations and repairs from the Naval Surface Warfare Center.
George G. Sharp Inc. of Virginia Beach won a $392.7 million contract for habitability services on various Naval vessels from the Naval Surface Warfare Center.
KPMG LLP of Washington won a $7.5 million contract for contractor advisory and assistance services for the Defense Logistics Agency.
Siemans Building Technologies of Beltsville won a $11.3 million contract for maintenance and upgrade of the NIH Building Automation System from the Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health.
EDO Professional Services Inc. of Arlington won a $24.5 million contract from the Naval Air Systems Command to provide engineering, technical, administrative, operational, maintenance, repair and calibration support services.
Staff writer Elliot Postell contributed to this report.