Contract roundup

Six companies to compete under Smarts program to provide Web design services, management consultation, financial and management-related support, program and project support and other management services.

Value: $200 million over 5 years

Agency: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

Winners: Applied Systems Research Inc., McLean, Va.; BAE Systems Inc., Rockville, Md.; Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., McLean, Va.; CACI International Inc., Arlington, Va.; Science Applications International Corp., San Diego; and Staffing Alternatives Inc., Gaithersburg, Md.

Affiliated Computer Services Inc.

Dallas

Value: $12 million

Agency: Florida Health Care Administration Agency

Details: Under a two-year pilot, deliver counseling and Medicaid broker enrollment services in Florida.

Analex Corp.

Fairfax, Va.

Value: $10.7 million over 5 years

Agency: Indian Health Service

Details: Staff a network operations center to monitor information flow and security for 600 hospitals, clinics and facilities.

Analex Corp.

Value: $4.6 million over 5 years

Agency: Indian Health Service

Details: Provide network security services to ensure protection of the agency's information systems.

BAE Systems Inc.

Rockville, Md.

Value: $13.3 million over 30 months

Agency: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

Details: Develop next-generation wireless tactical network protocols for the military.

BBN Technologies Inc.

Cambridge, Mass.

Value: $24 million over 4 years

Agency: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

Details: Develop an artificial intelligence capability that will learn plans and processes after being shown an example.

EDS Corp.

Plano, Texas

Value: $41 million

Agency: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Details: Provide Web-hosting services to support all of CMS' external Web sites, including Medicare.gov and CMS.gov.

EDS Corp.

Value: $16.7 million

Agency: New Hampshire

Details: Continue handling claims processing, provider services and system support until the state transitions to another company in 2008.

General Dynamics Corp.

Falls Church, Va.

Value: $23 million over 2 years

Agency: Army

Details: Upgrade the Army's communications and data network infrastructure at Fort Hood, Texas.

Harris Corp.

Melbourne, Fla.

Value: $169 million

Agency: Army

Details: Provide Falcon III dual Vehicular Adapter Amplifier systems and handheld radios certified by the National Security Agency to assist the Army's move to the Joint Tactical Radio System.

IBM Corp.

Armonk, N.Y.

Value: $17 million

Agency: Defense Information Systems Agency

Details: Provide collaboration services ? including instant messaging, text chat, Web conferencing, whiteboarding and application sharing ? to the Defense Department.

IBM Corp.

Value: $10 million over 2 years

Agency: Alberta, Canada

Details: Help the province to deploy an electronic health records system, including rollout, health-care provider training and operation of user helpline.

ICF International Inc.

Fairfax, Va.

Value: $87 million over the first 3 months. Payment for the rest of the contract term is still being negotiated.

Agency: Louisiana State Community Development Office

Details: Administer $4.6 billion in federal housing grants for reconstruction from last year's hurricanes.

ITS Corp.

Oxnard, Calif.

Value: $8 million

Agency: Navy

Details: Provide LAN, help desk, Web and programming support to the Fleet and Industrial Supply Center at Naval Hospital Jacksonville, Fla.

Maximus Inc.

Reston, Va.

Value: Two contracts worth $25 million over 4 years

Agency: Wisconsin Workforce Development Department

Details: Under the first contract, continue to supply job development and placement services as part of a program known as Wisconsin Works. Under the second, provide case management services to the W-2 program in the southwest and northwest regions of Milwaukee County.

NIC Inc.

Olathe, Kan.

Value: $18 million up to a maximum of $44 million over 4 years

Agency: Indiana

Details: A contract renewal to continue delivering e-government portal services to the state, develop and maintain the state's official e-government portal.

Raytheon Co.

Waltham, Mass.

Value: $75 million over 5 years

Agency: Navy

Details: Continue supplying mission support services for more than 300 satellite communications systems installed throughout the Navy's fleet.

Raytheon Co.

Value: $38 million

Agency: Navy

Details: Design next-generation Global Positioning System receivers that will be compatible with enhanced Navstar GPS satellites.

RGS Associates Inc.

Arlington, Va.

Value: $13.1 million over 3 years

Agency: Marine Corps

Details: Help review and recommend improvements to the Marine Installation Core Business Model process, which ensures accurate and consistent accounting at the installation level.

U.S. Investigative Services

Falls Church, Va.

Value: $260 million over 4 years

Agency: Office of Personnel Management

Details: Provide back-office and administrative support for agency officials who do background investigations on potential government employees and contractors.

Verizon Communications Inc.

New York

Value: $7.4 million over 1 year

Agency: Defense Information Systems Agency

Details: Supply bandwidth manager services to the agency's Defense Information Systems Network.

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