Contract roundup

Apptis Inc., Chantilly, Va., won more than half a dozen contracts worth a total of $85 million from the Defense Department's Military Health System for services including 24-hour production and maintenance of the agency's enterprise blade server deployment, modifications to its Hub and Rack Shared Computing Infrastructure, and exploration of concepts related to electronic health systems capabilities.

Anteon International Corp., Fairfax, Va., won an $18.5 million, five-year contract from the Air Force Surgeon General to establish and operate the Military Health System Patient Safety Systems Support and Data Analysis Program at 34 Air Force sites worldwide.

BBN Technologies Inc., Cambridge, Mass., won a $16.4 million contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop a system to transcribe speech and computer-encoded text directly into English text as part of the agency's Global Autonomous Language Exploitation initiative.

Boeing Co. won a $24 million contract modification from the Navy for work it is doing on unmanned aerial vehicles.

CGI Group Inc. of Montreal won a $44 million, five-year contract from New York state to run contract administration and payment services for the Housing and Urban Development Department's multifamily housing assistance program.

Ciber Inc. of Denver won a $3 million, three-year contract from Idaho to build an enterprise architecture as part of a departmentwide transformation initiative for the state's Transportation Department.

Communications International Inc., Vero Beach, Fla., won a $10 million contract from Florida's Flagler County to install a public safety radio communications system that is interoperable with Florida's Statewide Law Enforcement Radio system and with neighboring Palm Coast and Volusia counties.

CompuDyne Corp., Annapolis, Md., won a $1.5 million contract from Burbank, Calif., to provide software and services for a new public safety system for the Burbank Police Department. CompuDyne also won a $1 million contract from Kentucky to build a comprehensive records management system for more than 100 law enforcement agencies throughout 42 counties.

Computer Sciences Corp. won a $243 million, 27-month contract from the Missile Defense Agency to provide engineering and technical support to MDA's Joint Program Office and its Ground-based Midcourse Defense System, a component of the Ballistic Missile Defense System.

CSC also won a $51 million, five-year contract from the Defense Department to provide portfolio and IT investment management services for DOD's Transportation Command.

Cubic Corp. of San Diego won a $43.4 million, five-year task order from the Naval Air Systems Command to supply the Marine Corps with instructors and operations and maintenance services for aviation simulators.

DataPath Inc., Duluth, Ga., won a $42.4 million contract from the Army Communications-Electronics Command for custom satellite terminals and associated services.

DefenseWeb Technologies Inc. of San Diego won a $1.3 million, one-year contract renewal from the Air Force Family Advocacy Program to expand and enhance the Air Force's Web system, the program's central online resource.

Dell Inc. won a $2 million, four-year contract from Tennessee to provide standards-based servers to state government agencies.

Energy Enterprise Solutions LLC, a joint venture of 1 Source Consulting Inc., Seabrook, Md., and RS Information Systems Inc., McLean, Va., won a $1 billion contract from the Energy Department to provide consolidated IT services.

General Dynamics Corp. subsidiary Signal Solutions Inc., Fairfax, Va., and NCI Information Systems Inc. and STG Inc., both of Reston, Va., won the $2.3 billion, five-year Total Engineering and Integration Services II contract from the Army to provide omnibus IT services to the Army and other federal agencies. Award value by company is: Signal Solutions, $776 million; NCI, $780 million; and STG, $772 million.

KEI Pearson Inc., Arlington, Va., won a $4.2 million, four-year contract from the Army to provide technical and administrative services to support the global war on terrorism and other Army programs.

Kroll Government Services Inc., a subsidiary of Kroll Inc. of New York, won a $172 million, five-year contract from the Transportation Security Administration to do preliminary background investigations of TSA screeners and other employees.

Lockheed Martin Corp. won a $120 million contract from the U.S. Postal Service to continue improving the Postal Service's automated systems for recognizing handwritten and machine-printed addresses on letter mail, the Remote Computer Reader system, which it has deployed at 350 mail processing and distribution centers.

ManTech International Corp., Fairfax, Va., won several new contracts and recompetes worth more than $125 million from federal agencies for national security programs. No details on the awards, won in October, are available, the company said, because of the sensitive nature of the work.

Maximus Inc., Reston, Va., won two three-year contracts worth a total of $39.2 million from the Health and Human Services Department to conduct appeals for the Medicare prescription drug coverage program.

MTC Technologies Inc., Dayton, Ohio, won a $49.6 million, four-year task order from the Air Force Materiel Command to provide support services for more than 250 Air Force personnel at three Air Force Logistic Centers.

NCI Information Systems Inc., Reston, Va., won a $5.4 million, five-year contract from the General Services Administration to continue managing an enterprise quality program for GSA Public Building Service's IT initiatives.

NCI also won a $2.6 million, five-year contract from the Army Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems at Fort Belvoir, Va., to deliver a wide range of IT infrastructure services.

Netsmart Technologies Inc., Great River, N.Y., won a $4.8 million, three-year contract from the Human Services and Public Health Department of Hennepin County, Minn., for software and services.

Nortel PEC Solutions Inc., Fairfax, Va., won a $21 million, one-year contract extension from the U.S. Postal Service to provide service, support and continued development work on PostalOne! Automated business mail system.

Northrop Grumman Corp. won a $532 million, five-year contract from the Army to design E-8C aircraft systems and improvements for Joint Stars, the Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System Improvement Program.

Northrop Grumman also won a $230 million, five-year contract from the Kingdom of Jordan to modernize the Jordanian armed forces' communications and IT networks and help secure the country against border threats.

Northrop Grumman IT of McLean, Va., won a $153 million, five-year contract from the Social Security Administration to advance and secure the agency's network infrastructure.

Northrop Grumman also won a $51 million, one-year contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency to supply videoconferencing hubs for networks that support Defense Department missions worldwide.

Project Performance Corp., McLean, Va., won a $10.2 million, five-year contract from the Energy Department to continue systems development and analytical program support services for DOE's Office of Environmental Management.

Serena Software Inc., San Mateo, Calif., won two contracts worth $45 million over five years from U.S. Customs and Border Protection to help the agency process passengers, authorize cargo shipments and collect revenue.

Telos Corp. won a $3 million, five-year contract from the General Services Administration to help with IT security in the agency's effort to merge the Federal Technology and Federal Supply services.

Reader Comments

Please post your comments here. Comments are moderated, so they may not appear immediately after submitting. We will not post comments that we consider abusive or off-topic.

Please type the letters/numbers you see above

What is your e-mail address?

My e-mail address is:

Do you have a password?

Forgot your password? Click here
close
SEARCH
contracts DB

Trending

  • Dive into our Contract Award database

    In an exclusive for WT Insider members, we are collecting all of the contract awards we cover into a database that you can sort by contractor, agency, value and other parameters. You can also download it into a spreadsheet. Read More

  • Is SBA MIA on contractor fraud? Nick Wakeman

    Editor Nick Wakeman explores the puzzle of why SBA has been so silent on the latest contractor fraud scandal when it has been so quick to act in other cases. Read More

Webcasts

  • How Do You Support the Project Lifecycle?

    How do best-in-class project-based companies create and actively mature successful organizations? They find the right mix of people, processes and tools that enable them to effectively manage the project lifecycle. REGISTER for this webinar to hear how properly managing the cycle of capture, bid, accounting, execution, IPM and analysis will allow you to better manage your programs to stay on scope, schedule and budget. Learn More!

  • Sequestration, LPTA and the Top 100

    Join Washington Technology’s Editor-in-Chief Nick Wakeman as he analyzes the annual Top 100 list and reveals critical insights into how market trends have impacted its composition. You'll learn what movements of individual companies means and how the market overall is being impacted by the current budget environment, how the Top 100 rankings reflect the major trends in the market today and how the biggest companies in the market are adapting to today’s competitive environment. Learn More!