ComTech Mobile Datacomm Corp. of Gaithersburg won a $12.7 million contract from the Army to provide a movement tracking system that will support activities in Iraq, Kuwait and selected U.S. Army bases.
Coherent Systems International Corp. of Lexington Park won an $8.1 million contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory to assemble advanced, emerging and commercial off-the-shelf technologies into a field-deployable communications system for Special Operations forces that can provide "situational awareness to the war fighter" even in "austere, remote" environments.
Logistics Applications Inc. of Alexandria won a $4.3 million contract from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement at the Homeland Security Department for logistics management and administrative support services.
Kellogg Brown & Root Services of Arlington, a unit of Halliburton Co., won a $33.6 million modification of an existing contract from the Naval Facilities Engineering Command for Hurricane Katrina stabilization and recovery at the naval air stations in Pascagoula and Gulfport, Miss.; Stennis Space Center; and other Navy installations in the Southeast.
Kellogg Brown & Root Services of Arlington also won a $10 million contract modification from the Naval Facilities Engineering Command for Hurricane Katrina stabilization and recovery at Naval Support Activity in New Orleans and other Navy installations in the South.
Technical & Management Services Corp. of Beltsville won a $6.5 million contract from the Army for the Iraqi Law Enforcement Technical Center continuation effort.
Northrop Grumman Space and Mission Systems Corp. of Reston won a $500 million contract from the Missile Defense Agency for research and development.
Northrop Grumman Information Technology of McLean won a $64 million, five-year contract from the Air Force to expand the service's pool of qualified technical and engineering personnel.
General Dynamics of Falls Church heads a team that won a $223 million contract from the Navy to design a hull for a high-speed, 127-meter surface combatant ship. Work on the deal, which was an option for a contract awarded in 2003, will be completed by a team led by the company's Bath Iron Works. The company also won a $4.2 million contract from the Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Charleston to provide eight small ship electronic surveillance systems to improve situational awareness.
Global Computer Enterprises Inc. of Reston won a $25 million, five-year contract from the Coast Guard to provide maintenance services for two software applications used jointly by the Coast Guard, Transportation Security Administration and the Federal Air Marshal Service.
Nortel PEC Solutions of Fairfax won a $5.2 million, one-year contract from the Army Defense Contracting Command to provide applications development support services for the Army's Information Management Support Center.
Orizon Corp. of Rockville won a $3 million, two-year contract from the Housing and Urban Development Department to provide analytical services, such as data extraction, data mining and data stratification, that will be used for risk assessment and other purposes. The company also won a $1.5 million, two-year contract extension from the Homeland Security Department to finish a strategic planning document for human resources.
RS Information Systems Inc. of McLean won a $10 million contract from the Veterans Affairs Department to provide information security and other technology services to the department's Office of Cyber and Information Security.
SI International Inc. of Reston won a $20 million, five-year contract to provide technical support to the Air Force Space Command's military satellite communications branch. The company also won a $50 million, five-year contract from the Treasury Department to provide information technology project management and development support services to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
Computer Sciences Corp. of Arlington won a $19.1 million contract from the Missile Defense Agency to provide scientific, engineering and technical assistance support.
Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc. of Columbia won a $2.8 million contract from the U.S. Geological Survey for global seismological network support services.
Omnitec Solutions Inc. of Bethesda won a $7.5 million contract from the General Services Administration for mission-oriented business integrated services.
Automated Precision Inc. of Rockville won a $1.74 million contract from the Air Force Materiel Command for autocollimator devices.
DRS Electronic Systems Inc. of Gaithersburg won a $5.9 million contract from the Office of Naval Research for low-cost C-band fixed active array radar technology risk reduction.
Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems Inc. of Bethesda won an $11 million contract from the Defense Contracting Command for the Pentagon's primary technical control facility.
CACI Dynamic Systems Inc. of Arlington won a $7.7 million contract from the Missile Defense Agency to provide acquisition, contracting and functional support for the contracting directorate.
Vista Contracting Inc. of the District won a $2.2 million contract from the Justice Department for masonry repairs and restoration.
Baker & Daniels of the District won a $5 million contract from the General Services Administration to provide mission-oriented business integrated services.
Henry Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine of Rockville won a $2.5 million contract from the Health and Human Services Department to provide research and development for the Phase I Resource Center at the National Cancer Institute.
Sophia Yu Consulting Inc. of McLean won a $1 million contract from the General Services Administration for mission-oriented business integrated services.
Booz Allen Hamilton of McLean won a $16.6 million contract from the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. to provide services for imaging processing systems.
Information from Washington Technology was used in this report.