Morris and McDaniels of Alexandria won a $5.1 million contract from the Army for the screening of Iraqi police academy candidates.

The Headquarters Air Force Flight Test Center awarded up to $24 million in advanced vehicle system modeling simulation programs supply contracts to Astrox Corp. of College Park; TechnoSoft Inc. of Cincinnati; Earth Space Applications Inc. of San Diego; Aero Thermo Technologies Inc. of Huntsville, Ala.; Faulkner Consulting Inc. of Cameron Park, Calif.; M4 Engineering Inc. of Signal Hill, Calif.; Combustion Research and Flow Technology Inc. of Pipersville, Pa.; and Works Engineering Inc. of Atlanta.

General Dynamics Corp. of Falls Church and Lockheed Martin Corp. of Bethesda were among four companies that won separate contracts worth $1 million each from the Naval Air Systems Command to study and propose solutions for the Persistent Unmanned Maritime Airborne Surveillance program.

BearingPoint Inc. of McLean won a two-year, $4 million contract from the Naval Air Systems Command to provide technical and advisory services for process improvement of the AIRSpeed project.

Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. of McLean has won a five-year, $250 million contract from the Homeland Security Department's Science and Technology Directorate to provide systems engineering technical assistance.

Northrop Grumman Information Technology of Reston won a $49 million contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory to extend the National Air Space Intelligence Center automated threat database production system.

Science Applications International Corp.'s Security and Transportation Technology division of McLean won a $6.6 million contract from the Illinois Tollway to assist in a system-wide conversion to a barrier-free electronic toll collection system.

Fort Myer Construction Corp. of the District won a $3.2 million contract from the Transportation Department for the National Capital Parks construction project.

HeiTech Services Inc. of Lanham won a $2.3 million contract from the Government Printing Office for on-site duplicating and copying distribution services.

Sprint Communications Co. of Reston won a $4.8 million contract from the Defense Department Education Activity for Internet provider services.

M.C. Dean Inc. of Dulles won a $7 million contract from the Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center for a second-generation satellite-based Internet broadband service and voice over Internet protocol network in support of deployed military personnel including those in Iraq and the Balkans.

Trident Systems Inc. of Fairfax won a $25 million contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division to develop equipment to move raw sensor data via manned and unmanned RF communications nodes and providing it to the user at the front line.

Northrop Grumman Defense Mission Systems Inc. of Reston won a $9.4 million contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center for continuing engineering support for combat system simulation and stimulation equipment for the Aegis program.

Pioneer Unmanned Air Vehicle Inc. of Hunt Valley won a $6.9 million contract from the Naval Air Systems Command for two replacement ground control stations, 12 modular avionics integrated systems, two ground data terminals and eight airborne data terminals for the Pioneer unmanned air vehicle.

Lockheed Martin Mission Systems of Manassas won a $21.3 million contract from the Air Force's Air Mobility Command to support the Defense Department's global transportation network system until its successor system is operational.

Electronic Data Systems of Herndon won an $8 million contract from the Defense Department's Washington Headquarters Services to integrate command communications survivability program systems.

NCI Information Systems Inc. of Reston won a $5.6 million contract from the Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command to continue information technology services for the U.S. Army Garrison in Michigan.

Maersk Line Ltd. of Norfolk won a contract worth up to $134.8 million over five years from the Navy's Military Sealift Command for the operation and maintenance of eight fast sealift ships.

ASM Research Inc. of Fairfax won a $5.5 million contract from the Army for part of the service's medical operational data system.

Norfolk Shipbuilding & Drydock Corp. of Norfolk won a $5.2 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for the fitting-out availability of the amphibious transport dock ship USS San Antonio.

Manoff Group Inc. of the District won a $2.7 million contract from the Agency for International Development to provide technical assistance to the Bolivian non-governmental organization network.

Forrester Construction of Rockville won a $10.9 million contract from the General Services Administration for construction of a new parking facility for the Food and Drug Administration at the White Oak Federal Research Center in Silver Spring.

Addx Corp. of Alexandria won a $5.4 million contract from the Homeland Security Department's Transportation Security Administration to provide support services for a screening partnership program.

The General Services Administration awarded contracts in the specified amounts to these companies for management, organizational and business improvement services: Dewberry & Davis of Fairfax, $5.1 million; Institute for Quality Management Inc. of Fairfax Station, $3.8 million; and American Cybernetic Corp. of Bethesda, $5 million.

CGI-AMS Inc. of Fairfax won a $2 million contract from the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight for information technology services.

National Congress of American Indians of the District won a $1.6 million contract from the Health and Human Services Department to provide diabetes consulting services.

Danaher Tool Group, Easco Hand Tools Inc. of Hunt Valley won a $3.1 million contract from the General Services Administration for hand tools.

Information from Washington Technology was used in this report.

The Pollux, shown in 1998, is one of the eight ships that are part of a $134.8 million contract for operation and maintenance awarded to Maersk Line.