LCC International, a McLean telecommunications consultancy, said it expects to file restated earnings reports for portions of 2004 and for this year by the end of October. The company had previously announced that it was restating results because of miscalculations of revenue from fixed-price contracts.
Official Payments, a subsidiary of Tier Technologies of Reston, won what it called a major expansion of its work for California state government. The company said it will handle electronic payment of employer payroll taxes.
Radio One of Lanham said Linda J. Eckard Vilardo, its chief administrative officer, has transferred 174,754 shares of the broadcaster's stock to the company to repay a $2 million loan it gave her in 2000 for the purchase of stock. The company has said its top executives agreed to repay loans that were granted for stock purchases after passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, which prohibited such loans in the future.
BioVeris of Gaithersburg signed a licensing agreement with Rockefeller University to develop a potential vaccine for Group A Streptococcal disease.
U.S. Foodservice of Columbia has completed sale of its SOFCO division to Bunzi Distribution MidCentral on terms that were not disclosed. The division, which had sales last year of about $175 million, distributes janitorial, sanitary, health care, industrial package and paper products in the Northeast.
USEC, the Bethesda company that processes uranium for nuclear power plants, said Chief Operating Officer Lisa E. Gordon-Hagerty is leaving because it eliminated her post in its reorganization. The company last week announced moves including plans to cut one third of the 132 jobs at its headquarters and to eliminate 50 salaries jobs at its Paducah, Ky., plant through voluntary reductions.