Contract roundup

Four companies won contracts to process Medicare claims from suppliers of durable medical equipment.

Value: $430.3 million

Agency: Health and Human Services Department's Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Winners: AdminaStar Federal Inc., Minneapolis, $89.9 million; National Heritage Insurance Co., Biddeford, Maine, $58.8 million; Noridian Administrative Services, Fargo, N.D., $97.4 million; and Palmetto GBA LLC, Columbia, S.C., $184.2 million.

Accenture Ltd.

Hamilton, Bermuda

Value: $79.5 million

Agency: Air Force

Details: Install the service's Defense Enterprise Accounting and Management System, Oracle Corp.'s E-Business suite at Scott Air Force Base by March 2007 and deploy the system across all of the service by 2010.

Analex Corp.

Fairfax, Va.

Value: $7.7 million over five years

Agency: Missile Defense Agency

Details: Handle security operations, access control, anti-terrorism and force protection services through its Beta Analytics International Inc. subsidiary.


AT&T Government Solutions Inc.

(Subsidiary of AT&T Inc.)

Vienna, Va.

Value: $51 million

Agency: Defense Information Systems Agency

Details: Under a subcontract from Northrop Grumman Mission Systems, build a modern IP system for voice and videoconferencing for DISA.

Ciber Inc.

Denver

Value: $13 million over three years

Agency: Denver Regional Transportation District

Details: Implement an Oracle Corp. enterprise resource planning administrative information system to support the organization in managing its financial and human resources activities.

Gateway Inc.

Irvine, Calif.

Value: $6.4 million over four years

Agency: Tennessee

Details: Furnish notebook PCs to local governments and educational institutions.


General Dynamics Corp.

Falls Church, Va.

Value: $289 million

Agency: Marine Corps

Details: Design a remote-controlled, electronic, improvised explosive device countermeasure system and provide logistic, technical and field support for high-powered, remote-controlled IED jamming systems.

Identix Inc.

Minnetonka, Minn.

Value: $1.1 million

Agency: Orange County, Calif., Sheriff's Department

Details: Furnish the department with its Full Hand TouchPrint High Definition 3800 biometric hand scanner system.

Integrated Defense Systems

(Subsidiary of Raytheon Co.)

Tewksbury, Mass.

Value: $31.7 million

Agency: Navy

Details: Build integrated combat control systems for the next five Virginia class
submarines, including tactical software and logistics support, and combat control systems.


IDS

(Subsidiary of Raytheon Co.)

Tewksbury, Mass.

Value: $65 million

Agency: Army Aviation and Missile Command

Details: Provide engineering and technical services supporting the Patriot Air and Missile Defense program.


Manatron Inc.

Kalamazoo, Mich.

Value: $1.2 million over five years

Agency: Horry County, S.C.

Details: Provide computer-aided mass appraisal software and integration services for county geographic information systems, permitting, work order management and tax billing and collection.

Manufacturing Technology Inc.

(Subsidiary of MTC Technologies Inc.)

Fort Walton Beach, Fla.

Value: $7.3 million over one year

Agency: Air Force

Details: Support obsolescence management for aircraft and ground systems for the 542nd Combat
Sustainment Wing.

M/A-Com

(Unit of Tyco Electronics Corp.)

Lowell, Mass.

Value: $9.8 million

Agency: Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department

Details: Build a wireless interoperable radio system and deploy its OpenSky radio network for voice and data.

OnPoint Consulting Inc.

Arlington, Va.

Value: $60 million over five years

Agency: Treasury Department

Details: Deliver mainframe and client-server operations and maintenance support.

Patriot Technologies Inc.

Frederick, Md.

Value: $34 million over five years

Agency: Air Force Operations and Sustainment Systems Group

Details: Provide Defense Department Enterprise Software Initiative users with discounts of between 4 percent and 35 percent General Services Administration schedule on volume purchases of software licenses, maintenance and services.

RS Information Systems Inc.

McLean, Va.

Value: $28 million over five years

Agency: Naval Research Office

Details: Furnish full-system lifecycle development, business process re-engineering, Oracle commercial applications development and integration, and help desk support.

Savi Technology Inc.

Sunnyvale, Calif.

Value: Up $200 million to $424.5 million through January 2008

Agency: Army

Details: Continue providing radio frequency identification tags and related supplies and services for materiel shipments to the Middle East to support Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Science Applications International Corp.

San Diego

Value: $18.9 million over four years

Agency: Army

Details: Provide product improvements to the Army's software simulation system, One Semi-Automated Forces Object System.

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