Eleven companies won spots on the IT Enterprise Solutions-2 Services program, which includes business process engineering, information systems security, information assurance, IT services, network support, systems operations and maintenance, program management, enterprise design, integration and consolidation, and education and training.Value:
$20 billion over nine yearsAgency:
ArmyLarge business winners:
Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., McLean, Va.; CACI International Inc., Arlington, Va.; Computer Sciences Corp., El Segundo, Calif.; EDS Corp., Plano, Texas; General Dynamics Corp., Falls Church, Va.; IBM Corp., Armonk, N.Y.; Lockheed Martin Corp., Bethesda, Md.; Science Applications International Corp., San DiegoSmall business winners:
Apptis Inc., Chantilly, Va.; STG Inc., Reston, Va.; QSS Group Inc., Lanham, Md.Affiliated Computer Services Inc.
$188 million over 12 yearsAgency:
New Jersey Transit AgencyDetails:
Refresh the technology that runs the fare collection system and provide maintenance and support.Alion Science and Technology Corp.
Environmental Protection AgencyDetails:
Support EPA's environmental services assistance team in Region 7, which includes Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska.Arinc Engineering Services LLC
Impeva Labs Inc.
Mountain View, Calif.Value:
$20 million over five yearsAgency:
Develop and demonstrate a next-generation wireless communications project for Army logistics applications.CAE USA Inc.
Develop the common database architecture for simulation-based training exercises and establish database production facilities.CGI-AMS
Two contracts, $100 million totalAgencies:
New York City and Wake County, N.C.Details:
Install and provide maintenance and services for its AMS-Advantage enterprise resource planning software.Ciber Inc.
$13.1 million over five yearsAgency:
Womack Army Medical Center, Fort Bragg, N.C.Details:
Handle network operations, help desk, Web development, systems analysis and project management services.Dynamics Research Corp.
$38.9 million over eight yearsAgency:
Colorado Human Services DepartmentDetails:
Continue furnishing IT infrastructure support to counties throughout the state.EDS Corp.
$29 million over five yearsAgency:
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid ServicesDetails:
Under a task order from the Enterprise Data Center contract, establish the first operational enterprise data centers, migrate and process fee-for-service Medicare claims and provide round-the-clock application hosting and production support services.General Dynamics Advance Information Systems
Unit of General Dynamics Corp., Falls Church, Va.Value:
General Services AdministrationDetails:
Handle development, analysis, operations and support of the Global Positioning System Interference and Navigation Tool, known as Giant, for the Federal Technology Service.L-3 Communications Titan Group
$7.2 million over four yearsAgency:
Army Combat Service Support Automation Management OfficeDetails:
Manage and support the Standard Army Management Information Systems automated battlefield supply network at Logistics Supply Area Anaconda in Balad, Iraq.Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems and Solutions
$750 million over 10 yearsAgency:
Defense Information Systems AgencyDetails:
Sustain and support the Defense Message System.Lockheed Martin
$17.4 million for the first year, with 10 option yearsAgency:
Provide systems engineering, testing, integration and maintenance for Navy submarine combat systems.M/A-Com
Tyco Electronics Corp. division
Newton County, Ga.Details:
Deploy an OpenSky 700/800-MHz network to provide voice and data communications through one in-vehicle radio for county public safety and utility workers.ManTech International Inc.
$13.2 million over five yearsAgency:
Provide a concept of operations and operational architecture for the Join Strike Fighter aircraft.ManTech InternationalValue:
$5.4 million over five yearsAgency:
Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet and Industrial Supply CenterDetails:
Provide logistics support services and products.Maximus Inc.
Four contracts, $1.7 million totalAgencies:
from Indiana, Maine, Minnesota and Washington stateDetails:
Deploy software for managing their vehicle fleets.MaximusValue:
$6 million over four years, six monthsAgency:
Colorado Health Care Policy and Financing DepartmentDetails:
Do outreach and education for child care in the state.McQ Inc.
Three contracts, $15 million totalAgency:
Supply 400 OmniSense Remote Intrusion Detection sensorsAgency:
Provide satellite-linked remote weather stations for Special Operations Forces.Agency:
Defense Advanced Research Projects AgencyDetails:
Through a subcontract from Raytheon Co., develop special communications technology.MTC Technologies Inc.
Air Force Materiel CommandDetails:
Deliver technical and professional services to Aeronautical Systems Center program offices as well as command divisions at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.NIC Inc.
$7 million over five yearsAgency:
Continue managing Iowa's official governmental portal.Pearson Government Solutions Inc.
Through a subcontract from Lockheed Martin Corp., help develop and deploy the information processing system for the 2010 Census.Raytheon Co.
Missile Defense AgencyDetails:
Upgrade early warning radar for missile defense and legacy missions in Thule, Greenland.Securityhunter Inc.
Assess USDA facilities and oversee implementation of a range of physical and IT security systems.SRA International Inc.
$54.1 million over five yearsAgency:
Small Business AdministrationDetails:
Provide IT support to the agency's Disaster Credit Management System.Telos Corp.
Deploy the Automated Health and Morale System, an automated phone system to let service personnel call their families to inform them of their health and well-being.Thomson Prometric Inc.
$12.5 million over 10 yearsAgency:
Develop and administer its special enrollment exam on a computer-based format.