Contract roundup

Advanced Systems Development Inc., Arlington, Va., won a $405 million, 10-year contract from the Army to provide IT solutions for the Command Information Management System, which supports the Missile Defense Agency and the Army Forces Strategic Command.

Advanced Technology Systems Inc, McLean, Va., won a $20 million, five-year contract from the General Services Administration to support the Architect of the Capitol's Information Technology Division.

Affiliated Computer Services Inc. of Dallas won a $61 million, five-year contract from New Hampshire to design, develop and implement a Web-based Medicaid management information system for the state's Health and Human Services Department. ACS also won an $11.6 million, 20-month contract extension from Louisiana's Health and Hospitals Department to expand the personal care services operation of the Bureau of Health Services Financing.

American Systems Corp., Chantilly, Va., won a $43 million contract from the Defense Department to support its Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program.

Anteon International Corp., Fairfax, Va., won a $90 million, five-year contract from the U.S. Forces Korea Joint Command Information Systems Activity to support command, control, communications, computers and intelligence for both U.S. and Republic of Korea forces. Anteon also won a $19.8 million, three-year contract from the Marine Corps to support radar systems development the 3D Highly Expeditionary Long Range Air Surveillance Radar System and the Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar.

Apptis Inc., Chantilly, Va., won a $5 million contract from U.S. Customs and Border Protection for help refining processes and procedures for the agency's Program Integration Division.

BearingPoint Inc., McLean, Va., won a $9.8 million, 35-month contract from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to provide its National Center for Public Health Informatics with support for communications and alerting, distance learning architecture and international informatics.

Six companies won five-year contracts worth a total of $2 billion from the Army Training and Doctrine Command to support its Distributed Learning Education and Training Products Division. Winners of the prime contracts are: C2 Technologies Inc., Vienna, Va., for $346 million; Intelligence Decision System Inc., Centreville, Va., for $342 million; Karta Technologies Inc. of San Antonio for $247 million; Logistic Services International Inc., Jacksonville, Fla., for $338 million; Pal-Tech Inc., Arlington, Va., for $219 million; and Universal Systems and Technology Inc. of Centreville for $320 million.

CACI International Inc., Arlington, Va., won a $21.6 million, five-year contract from the Navy to continue supporting maintenance information systems throughout the Pacific fleet.

CGI-AMS, Fairfax, Va., won a $300 million, seven-year contract from Virginia to support the Virginia Enterprise Applications Architecture Project to implement enterprise applications across the state's business and IT systems.

CompuDyne Corp., Annapolis, Md., won a $1 million contract from Kentucky to build a comprehensive records management system for more than 100 law enforcement agencies throughout 42 counties in southern and eastern parts of the state.

Computer Sciences Corp. between Oct. 1 and Dec. 30, 2005, won almost 100 previously unannounced contracts and subcontracts worth about $575 million over periods ranging from one month to five years. Civilian agencies accounted for 42 awards worth about $271 million. Defense Department contracts accounted for 55 awards valued at almost $304 million.

Data Systems Analysts Inc., Fairfax, Va., won a $44 million, five-year contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency for software and systems engineering services for the National Gateway Center in Fort Detrick.

Dynamics Research Corp., Andover, Mass., won $34.5 million, mostly in contract extensions, from the Air Force, including a $31.8 million contract renewal and $1.4 million in new work for weapon systems management office support, and a $1.4 million contract option to support the Sensor Development Office of the Air Force Research Laboratory.

Electronic Data Systems Corp. won a $100 million, eight-year contract from Public Works and Government Services Canada to modernize the country's public employees pension program.

IBM Corp. won a $370 million, 10-year contract from the Defense Department to provide IT support services for commissary sales worldwide.

ITT Industries Inc., Colorado Springs, Colo., won a $681 million, five-year contract from the Army to operate and maintain communications and information systems in Asia and Africa.

Lockheed Martin Corp. won a $144.3 million contract from the Navy for a modification to a previously awarded contract for the development and demonstration phase of the Advanced Deployable System program, an acoustic undersea surveillance system that can cover vast ocean areas for an extended period.

Los Alamos National Security LLC, a limited liability corporation comprising the University of California, Bechtel National Inc., Frederick, Md.; BWX Technologies Inc., Lynchburg, Va.; and Washington Group International Inc., Boise, Idaho; won a $1.6 billion, 20-year contract from the Energy Department to continue managing the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico.

ManTech International Corp., Fairfax, Va., won a $300 million, two-year subcontract from VSE Corp., Alexandria, Va., to provide the Army with support services in Afghanistan and Iraq. ManTech also won a $27.5 million, five-year contract from the Air Force for physical and information security for its Joint Strike Fighter program.

McQ Inc., Fredericksburg, Va., won three contracts for a total of $8 million. For the Defense Threat Reduction Agency McQ will produce an acoustic triangulation system.
For the Army Research Lab the company will develop enhanced OmniSense remote intrusion sensor technology. Under a subcontract from Nova Engineering Inc., McQ will provide automated imaging for the Marine Corps' Tactical Remote Sensor System.

MTC Technologies Inc., Dayton, Ohio, won two task orders totaling $5.6 million from the Air Force. Under a $4 million, one-year contract, MTC will provide support and management solutions for integrated product development teams and the F-15 systems group at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio. Under a $1.3 million, one-year contract, MTC will offer acquisition, logistics, configuration and data, security management and administrative services for the Special Operation Systems Group at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and Hurlburt Air Force Base in Florida.

Multimax Inc., Largo, Md., won two five-year contracts worth a total of $75.7 million from the Air Force for communications support, testing and IT security services to Air Force organizations at Manas Air Base in Kyrgyzstan for $32.8 million; and Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., for $42.9 million.

NIC Inc., Olathe, Kan., won a $10 million, five-year contract from Alabama to continue to operate the state's Web portal for more than 50 online 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 $24.8 million, five-year contract from the Air Force. Northrop Grumman IT, McLean, Va., will build a network-based architectural framework that will provide the Air Force with IT security, damage assessment and recovery, and other IT services.

Northrop Grumman IT, McLean, Va., won a $667 million, seven-year contract, pending approval of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, from the county to take over management of San Diego County's IT services. Northrop Grumman IT also won a $25.6 million, two-year contract from the Navy to implement emergency response management systems for the Emergency Response Management System.

ProSight Inc., Portland, Ore., won a $1.3 million contract from the Defense Department to provide its Portfolios IT project management software to the Defense Department's Washington Headquarters Services.

Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego won two contracts worth a total of $68.4 million over three years from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help implement and support the agency's BioSense national syndromic surveillance program.

Scientific Research Corp. of Atlanta won a $25 million contract from the Navy to work on a mid-air collision avoidance system, to be completed in 2011.

SRA International Inc., Fairfax, Va., won a $15 million, six-year contract from the National Institutes of Health to provide enterprise messaging and IT infrastructure support services to NIH's Center for Information Technology.

Tier Technologies Inc., Reston, Va., won a $2.6 million, 26-month contract from Contra Costa County Employees Retirement Association to provide the California county with a more cost-effective pension administration system.

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