Contract Roundup

Abacus Technology Corp.

Chevy Chase, Md.

Value: $15 million over five years

Agency: Air Force

Details: Deliver basewide support for the 90th Space Wing and 90th Communications Squadron at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo.

Accenture Ltd.

Hamilton, Bermuda

Value: $199 million over five years

Agency: California Public Employees' Retirement System

Details: Modernize the technology backbone of the state's public pension fund, building a service-oriented architecture.

Aquilent Inc.

Laurel, Md.

Value: $2.1 million over two years

Agency: Veterans Affairs Department

Details: Continue its e-health portal work, including infrastructure, components and features and integrating them into the portal's architecture.

BAE Systems Inc.

Rockville, Md.

Value: $482 million over 10 years

Agency: Space and Missile Defense Command

Details: Provide comprehensive systems integration and engineering services as well as analysis to support the command's future-warfare center.

BBN Technologies Inc.

Cambridge, Mass.

Value: $8.7 million

Agency: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

Details: Continue building a communications system to send and receive data reliably.

CACI International Inc.

Arlington, Va.

Value: $12.4 million over two years

Agency: State Department's Bureau of Diplomatic Security

Details: Continue supporting the bureau, in operations, maintenance and development of worldwide security and law enforcement IT systems.


Value: $38 million

Agency: Army

Details: Support the Army Project Manager, Battle Command, to manage Army Battle Command Systems.


Business unit of CGI Group Inc.

Fairfax, Va.

Value: $65 million over five years

Details: Host, maintain and operate Virginia's Web-based procurement portal, eVA.

Ciber Inc.


Value: $2.3 million

Agency: Port Freeport, Texas

Details: Install a harbor management and security solution for the city.

Computer Sciences Corp.

El Segundo, Calif.

Value: $3.7 billion over nine years

Agency: United Kingdom's National Health Service

Details: Continue delivering IT services to the U.K.'s northwest and West Midlands regional cluster, and assume responsibility for providing local service to the northeast cluster and the eastern regional cluster.

DataPath Inc.

Duluth, Ga.

Value: $181 million

Agency: Army

Details: Deliver specialized satellite communications networks for the Joint Network Node program.

Deloitte Consulting LLP

Reston, Va.

Value: $14 million over five years

Agency: Education Department

Details: Develop a migrant student information exchange to link state migrant education programs and improve data collection, accuracy and timeliness of exchanged information.

IBM Corp.

Armonk, N.Y.

Value: $41 million

Agency: Interior Department's National Business Center

Details: Provide Homeland Security Presidential Directive-12 services.


Value: $16 million

Agency: Veterans Affairs Department

Details: Create a standardized, interoperable and secure IT infrastructure.

ICF International Inc.

Fairfax, Va.

Value: $8 million over five years

Agency: Air Force

Details: Deliver training support services for Air Force officers at the Expeditionary Operations School, McGuire Air Force Base, N.J.

McDonald Bradley Inc.

Herndon, Va.

Value: $2.8 million

Agency: Defense Intelligence Agency

Details: Use a service-oriented architecture to build a prototype for Defense Department Intelligence Information Systems Content Management Data Layer project to improve intelligence data sharing and management across intelligence communities and DOD.

McQ Inc.

Fredericksburg, Va.

Value: $4.5 million

Agency: Army

Details: Deliver advanced persistent surveillance sensors for monitoring borders, protecting forces and surveiling battlefields.

Medicity Inc.

Salt Lake City

Value: $25 million over six years

Agency: Delaware

Details: Build a statewide health information exchange to give physicians instant electronic access to patient information.

NCI Information Systems Inc.

Reston, Va.

Value: $4.9 million over one year

Agency: Air National Guard

Details: Build a comprehensive continuity of operations capability designed to protect the Guard's business-critical data from disasters.

Northrop Grumman Corp.

Los Angeles

Value: $750 million over five years

Agency: Homeland Security Department

Details: For DHS' Citizenship and Immigration Services, scan and record fingerprints of foreigners applying for U.S. residency and citizenship.

Pearson Government Solutions Inc.

Arlington, Va.

Value: $8.8 million

Agency: Health and Human Services Department

Details: Implement an enterprise infrastructure.

Perot Systems Corp.

Plano, Texas

Value: $7 million over five years

Agency: General Services Administration's Public Building Service

Details: Deliver system maintenance and support for users of the agency's Computer-Aided Drawing Library Project.

Raytheon Co.

Waltham, Mass.

Value: $20 million over 22 months

Agency: United Arab Emirates

Details: Install a new air traffic management system for the country's General Civil Aviation Authority.

Science Applications International Corp.

San Diego

Value: $33.9 million over nine years

Agency: Health Resources and Services Administration's Office of Information Technology

Details: Handle Web and database application development for an HRSA grant program, including deliver lifecycle IT support services.

SRA International Inc.

Fairfax, Va.

Value: $173 million over five years

Agency: Army National Guard

Details: Deliver enterprise operations and security services to support a nationwide information infrastructure, including the GuardNet XXI enterprise network.


Value: $30.6 million over five years

Agency: Defense Technical Information Center

Details: Provide services to include information management requirements analysis, design and development; enterprise architecture; and data standardization and administration for the Director of Defense Research and Engineering.

STG Inc.

Reston, Va.

Value: $2.5 million

Agency: Veterans Affairs Department

Details: Provide help desk, IT and operations support for VA's public key infrastructure operations.

TechTeam Government Solutions Inc.

Chantilly, Va.

Value: $4.1 million over five years

Agency: Health and Human Services Department

Details: Deliver support services, including network connectivity and configuration management, program management and information security, for the Payment Management Division's centralized financial payment system

Telos Corp.

Ashburn, Va.

Value: $2.6 million

Agency: Air Force

Details: Survey and update the network and communications infrastructure at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark.


Value: $1.5 million

Agency: Air Force

Details: Install a campuswide wireless LAN for the 126th Air Refueling Wing at Scott Air Force Base, Ill.

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