Contract roundup

Five companies won the right to compete for task orders under the IT and communications services contract known as Prime 3.2.

Value: $4 billion

Agency: U.S. Agency for International Development

Winners: AT&T Government Solutions Inc., Vienna, Va.; Computer Sciences Corp., El Segundo, Calif.; ManTech International Corp., Fairfax, Va.; Northrop Grumman Corp.'s IT sector, McLean, Va.; and SRA International Inc., Fairfax, Va.

AT&T Government Solutions Inc.

Vienna, Va.

Value: $11.8 million over five years

Agency: Army

Details: Support operations and maintenance for a Web-based human capital management system it built for the Army.

BearingPoint Inc.

McLean, Va.

Value: $74 million over seven years

Agency: San Diego County

Details: Under a subcontract from Northrop Grumman, support San Diego County's IT and telecommunications outsourcing operations.

Caelum Research Corp.

Rockville, MD

Value: $3.26 million over 4 and a half years

Agency: Marine Corps Institute

Details: Provide technical support for the institute's Automated Information System to manage the Marine Corps students enrolled in correspondence courses.

Ciber Inc.

Greenwood Village, Colo.

Value: $58 million

Agency: Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission

Details: Transform the agency's outdated IT systems into a single, integrated enterprise resource planning system.

Cingular Wireless LLC

Atlanta

Value: $2 million over three years

Agency: New Jersey

Details: Provide state employees with advanced wireless messaging services.

Dell Inc.

Round Rock, Texas

Value: $23 million over one year

Agency: Pennsylvania

Details: Supply the state with desktop and notebook PCs, monitors and related services.

EDS Corp.

Plano, Texas

Value: $308 million over six years, nine months

Agency: Florida Agency for Healthcare Administration

Details: Develop and operate the state's next Medicaid Management Information System.

General Dynamics Corp.

Falls Church, Va.

Value: $9.6 million over five years

Agency: Air Force

Details: Implement and support a new information management system at the Space and Missile Systems Center at Los Angeles Air Force Base, Calif.

Hansen Information Technologies Inc.

Rancho Cordoba, Calif.

Value: $1.5 million

Agency: New Jersey Turnpike Authority

Details: Install an enterprise asset management software system to help maintain the New Jersey Turnpike and Garden State Parkway.

Harris Corp.

Melbourne, Fla.

Value: $10 million over two years

Agency: Defense Department

Details: Under a subcontract from Lockheed Martin, provide a weapon data-link transceiver for the extended range Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile.

L-3 Communications Corp.

New York

Value: $8.6 million

Agency: Defense Department

Details: Under a contract from Boeing Co., L-3's Communication Systems-East division will provide airborne and ground file servers on a program to modernize the B-52H bomber.

Lockheed Martin Corp.

Bethesda, Md.

Value: $120 million over five years

Agency: Homeland Security Department

Details: Run two call centers for the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services directorate.

ManTech International Corp.

Fairfax, Va.

Value: $10 million

Agency: Army Corps of Engineers

Details: Under a subcontract from LW Electronics, provide the corps with electronic security systems for domestic and overseas Army bases.

Montana Interactive

Helena, Mont.

A subsidiary of NIC Inc.

Olathe, Kan.

Value: $5 million over five years

Details: Under a contract extension, continue managing Montana's e-government services.

NewVectors LLC

Ann Arbor, Mich.

A subsidiary of Altarum Inc.

Value: $7.7 million

Agency: Defense Department

Details: Supply support services to DOD's Business Transformation Agency, including systems engineering, acquisition and program support, management and administrative support, and evaluation and oversight support.

Odin Technologies

Reston, Va.

Value: $7 million

Agency: Defense Logistics Agency

Details: Deploy passive radio frequency identification equipment at 26 facilities worldwide by 2007.

Raytheon Information Systems

Upper Marlboro, Md.

A subsidiary of Raytheon Co., Waltham, Mass.

Value: $71 million over five years

Agency: General Services Administration

Details: Provide new hosting and professional services to government Web portals, including FirstGov.gov.

SRA International Inc.

Fairfax, Va.

Value: $16.6 million over five years

Agency: Army

Details: Deliver technical services to support a computerized system that helps manage activities at Army and Marine Corps range facilities.

Stottler Henke Associates Inc.

San Mateo, Calif.

Value: $2.4 million

Agency: Navy

Details: Develop software for training exercises for tactical operations officers at the Surface Warfare Officer's School in Rhode Island.

SYS Technologies Inc.

San Diego

Value: $1.6 million

Agency: Navy

Details: Develop interactive e-learning courseware for the Navy's Center for Information Dominance to help train the information systems and information warfare workforce.

TechTeam Government Solutions Inc.

Chantilly, Va.

Value: $2.8 million over three years

Agency: Massachusetts Port Authority

Details: Provide network administration and engineering services to support several of the Port Authority's internal networks.

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