An Oct. 10 contract listing in Washington Business misspelled the name of Alvarez and Marsal Real Estate Advisory Services LLC, one of four winners of an $88 million Air Force housing contract. (Published 10/12/2005)
iGov of McLean won a contract worth up to $300 million from the U.S. Special Operations Command to provide engineering, procurement, training and support for Tactical Local Area Network-related equipment. The contract was awarded through a small business set-aside competition.
CACI International Inc. of Arlington won a $107 million, five-year contract from the Navy to provide program management, engineering and technical services for the service's Automatic Identification Technology program office.
Sodexho Management Inc. of Gaithersburg won a $61.4 million contract from the Marines to manage and operate mess halls in the western United States.
Contrack International Inc. of Arlington won a $16.3 million contract from the Army Corps of Engineers for construction of a control tower and ramps at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan.
Chemonics International Inc. of Washington won a $100 million contract from the Agency for International Development for special studies and analysis.
BearingPoint Inc. of McLean won a $58 million, five-year contract from the Navy's Program Executive Office for Information Technology to provide strategy, program development and program management in support of an enterprise program management office.
Halifax Corp. of Alexandria won a $21 million, three-year contract from the Virginia Transportation Department to continue providing department-wide maintenance services supporting more than 7,700 desktop computers and servers.
Northrop Grumman Information Technology of McLean won a $64 million, nine-year contract from the Air Force to expand the service's pool of qualified personnel for technical and engineering support to strengthen and improve U.S. air defense.
Northrup Grumman of Linthicum Heights won a $13.1 million contract from the Office of Naval Research for a detailed design of the MultiFunction Electronic Warfare/Electronic Warfare Support system.
Multimax Inc. of Largo won two contracts totaling $37.6 million from the Air Force to continue providing on-site support to 24,000 users at a number of organizations, including the Air Force Materiel Command, Aeronautical Systems Center, Air Force Research Laboratory, 88th Communications Group and 88th Air Base Wing.
Praxis Inc. of Alexandria won a $65.4 million, five-year contract from the Naval Research Laboratory to provide research and development services that support the operation of naval ships and aircraft for the Space Science Division.
Northrop Grumman of Linthicum won a $24.6 million contract from the Army Communications-Electronics Command for vehicular intercom systems.
SeraCare BioServices of Gaithersburg won a $14.1 million contract from the Department of Health and Human Services to provide laboratory support for processing and storage of biological specimens from persons at high risk of cancer.
Fannon Petroleum Services Inc. of Alexandria won a $41.7 million contract from the Defense Energy Support Center at Fort Belvoir to deliver fuels for the Army, Navy, Air Force and federal civilian agencies.
Headquarters, 311th Human Systems Wing of the Air Force awarded $88 million to PSC Military Housing Co. of Salt Lake City; Jones Lang LaSalle of Washington; Alvarez and Marshal Real Estate Advisory Service of New York; and FPS Advisory Group of Annapolis to support privatization efforts that could leverage underused real estate assets for federal facilities in the United States and U.S. territories.
AAI Corp. of Hunt Valley, Md., won a $7.2 million contract from the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command to provide hardware for the Shadow tactical unmanned aerial vehicle system.
Abacus Technology Corp. of Chevy Chase won a $15.9 million contract from the Air Force's 377th Contracting Squadron for command, control, communications and computers.
Shirley Contracting Co. of Lorton won a $13.3 million contract from the Army Corps of Engineers to construct a remote delivery facility at Fort Belvoir.
SAIC of Chantilly won an $11.5 million contract from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency for geographic information system geospatial analysis and target validation, programming and photogrammetric support.
Planning Systems Inc. of Reston won a $32.8 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command to develop and improve the commercial off-the-shelf combat control framework.
The Centers for Medicare & Meicaid Services awarded $32 million to: Weber Shandwick Worldwide of Washington; Aeffect Inc. of Deerfield, Ill.; Deloitte Consulting of Reston; Abt Associates Inc. of Cambridge, Mass.; and American Institutes for Research of Silver Spring to provide consumer research and communications.
Westat of Rockville won a $46.7 million contract from the Social Security Administration for a mental health treatment study.
American Institutes for Research of Washington won a $2.4 million contract from the Department of Education for the Education Statistics Service Institute of the National Center for Education Statistics.
HomeSource Real Estate Asset Services Inc. of Silver Spring won a $19.7 million contract from the Housing and Urban Development Department for management and marketing services.
Mathematica Policy Research Inc. of Washington won a $34.7 million contract from the Social Security Administration to evaluate youth transition demonstration projects.
Ewing Cole and SmithGroup, both of Washington, each won a contract worth up to $5 million from the Social Security Administration for architectural and engineering services to support planning, design, construction, maintenance and management of facilities.
Emmes Corp. of Rockville won a $33.1 million contract from the Department of Health and Human Services for research and development.
BLH Technologies Inc. of Rockville won an $8.6 million contract from the Department of Health and Human Services for the Child Care Bureau Conference Management Center.
SMI Global Mission Support Inc. of Reston won an $8.7 million contract from the Army for training opposing forces and civilians on the battlefield at Fort Lewis, Wash.
The General Services Administration awarded language services contracts to the following companies:
* Chenega Technology Services Corp. of Alexandria, $30 million.
ALC Security Inc. of Rockville, $2.1 million.
* Stuart B. Consultants Inc. doing business as Birnbaum Interpreting Services of Silver Spring, $1.5 million.
* Language Masters Inc of Mount Airy, $1.3 million.
* Language Group LLC of Virginia Beach, $1.6 million.
* ZKD Inc. of Arlington, $11 million.
* International Communications Inc. doing business as Inlingua Language Service Center of Arlington, $2.5 million.
* SM Consulting Inc. of Linthicum, $2.3 million.
General Communications Inc. of Fredericksburg won a $5 million contract from the Senate for multimedia services.
InterImage Inc. of Arlington won a $12.1 million contract from the Navy to develop and implement the Navy's Criminal Justice Information System.
ITT Industries Inc., doing business as Advanced Engineering & Sciences of Reston, won a $493 million contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency for electromagnetic spectrum engineering services.
Trial Run Inc. of McLean won a $4.1 million contract from the Navy for litigation training services.
Southland Industries of Sterling won a $15 million contract from the General Services Administration for facility maintenance and management.
United Network for Organ Sharing of Richmond won a $51.8 million contract from the Department of Health and Human Services for the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network.
DRS Signal Solutions Inc. of Gaithersburg won a $4.9 million contract from the Army for communication equipment.
Dela Technology Corp. of Rockville won a $2.4 million contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for valves.
Phoenix International Inc. of Landover won a $1.5 million contract from the Department of Commerce to design and install a remotely operated vehicle for ocean exploration and research.
TCOM LP of Columbia won a $5.5 million contract from the General Services Administration for test and measurement equipment, aviation instruments and equipment, aircraft components, maintenance and repair services, and unmanned scientific vehicles.
Academy for Educational Development of Washington won a $26.2 million contract from the Agency for International Development to provide support services for "Africa's Health in 2010."
SBA-Computer Frontiers Inc. of Germantown won a $3 million contract from the Agency for International Development to support, design and implement the Last Mile Initiative.
The Agency for International Development awarded contracts with a shared ceiling of $500 million for Instability, Crisis and Recovery programs to the following companies:
* Management Systems International of Washington.
* Academy for Educational Development of Washington.
* AMEX International Inc. of Washington.
* Development Alternatives Inc. of Bethesda.
HeiTech Services Inc. of Lanham won a $3.3 million contract from the Department of Commerce for facilities support services.
Information from Washington Technology was used in this report.