Analysis Corp. of Fairfax won a $2.3 million, one-year contract from the Defense Department to provide the Defense Intelligence Agency's Joint Intelligence Task Force for Combating Terrorism with a terrorist watch-list solution.

AT&T Government Solutions of Vienna won an $8.9 million, four-year contract from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to operate a network operations center that allows the agency to remotely monitor its communications networks and the applications that run on them.

Anteon International Corp. of Fairfax won two contracts worth a total of $43.5 million. Under a $29.8 million, five-year contract from the Interior Department, Anteon will provide information technology services to the Offshore Minerals Management Organization. A $13.7 million, five-year contract from the Health and Human Services Department provides program management services for the Office of Refugee Resettlement.

CACI International Inc. of Arlington won two one-year contracts totaling $19.8 million from the Defense Department to provide managed network services for the Office of the Secretary of Defense. Under a $15.2 million contract, CACI will support two Defense Department offices. Under a $4.6 million contract, the company will support four other Defense Department components.

Inserso of Annandale won two five-year contracts worth a total of $5.1 million from the Air Force for application development services for the Office of the Air Force Surgeon General's Assessment Demonstration Center and the U.S. Air Force Medical Support Agency.

ManTech International Corp. of Fairfax won a $34.9 million, five-year contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command to help design and develop military products for the Naval Surface Warfare Center's Indian Head Division.

Maximus Inc. of Reston won two contracts worth a total of $54.7 million from the Social Security Administration to administer the Ticket to Work program. Under a $49.2 million, five-year contract, Maximus will provide operations support management for a call center. Under a $5.5 million, three-year contract, Maximus will manage a data operations center.

Apptis Inc. of Chantilly won an $8.4 million order from the Homeland Security Department to upgrade existing systems infrastructure for the Office of Citizenship and Immigration Services.

Computing Technologies Inc. USA of Fairfax won a $5 million contract from the Regional Contracting Office Northeast for distance education services in support of the Marine Corps College of Continuing Education.

Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co. of Greenbelt won a $10 million contract from the Department of Commerce for environmental satellite system program definition and risk reduction.

Advanced Systems Development Inc. of Arlington won a $4.9 million contract from the Army Space and Missile Defense Command for command management information systems.

Northrop Grumman Information Technology, Defense Mission Systems of Reston won a $49.9 million contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory to provide continuing system engineering to users of secure messaging systems technologies as message communications architectures and methodologies evolve.

BAE Systems Applied Technologies Inc. of Rockville won a $7.5 million contract from the Navy to support the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division's air traffic control and landing systems.

Progeny Systems Corp. of Manassas won a $5.6 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for the design, development and delivery of two engineering development models for the Common Weapon Launcher.

Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc. of Columbia won a $7.8 million contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division for engineering and logistics services to support the light airborne multipurpose system MK III AN/SRQ-4 data link.

BriarTek Inc. of Alexandria won a $6.2 million contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center to provide ship-check, installation and training of man-overboard indicators on 27 Navy ships.

Technical and Project Engineering LLC of McLean won a $1 million contract from the General Services Administration for mission-oriented business integrated services.

BearingPoint Inc. of McLean won a $1.3 million contract from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for research and development of medication measures.

USIS Professional Services Division Inc. of Falls Church won a $5.2 million contract from the Defense Intelligence Agency for surveillance training.

Machining Technologies Inc. of Hebron won a $1.22 million contract from the Army for guns through 30mm.

Photo Science of Greenbelt won a $3 million contract from the Army for photogrammetric mapping and aerial photography.

Smartronix Inc. of California, Md., won a $2.3 million contract from the General Services Administration for mission-oriented business integrated services.

Staff writer Judith Mbuya contributed to this report.