Contract Roundup

BearingPoint Inc.

McLean, Va.

Value: $12 million over four years

Agency: U.S. Agency for International Development

Details: Work alongside government agencies in Bosnia-Herzegovina to make the workforce more mobile while introducing flexible and diverse forms of labor relations and agreements.

BearingPoint

Value: $7.6 million over four years

Agency: USAID

Details: Help government officials in Bosnia-Herzegovina to craft a modern framework for direct taxation that includes corporate and personal income taxes and market value-based real estate taxation.

The Boeing Co.

Chicago

Value: $108 million

Agency: Japan

Details: Supply radar system improvement program kits, including a new radar computer, control maintenance panel and software upgrades for the radar and mission system programs, to Japan's fleet of four E-767 Airborne Warning and Control System aircraft.

CACI International Inc.

Arlington, Va.

Value: $36 million

Agency: Navy

Details: Deliver an expanded roster of services for the Naval Sea System Command's ship maintenance and improvement program.

CACI

Value:$17 million over four years

Agency: Army Reserve

Details: Support infrastructure assurance services and evaluate critical infrastructure programs and procedures that help determine vulnerabilities to terrorist threats for the Reserve's global anti-terrorism activities.

Dell Inc.

Round Rock, Texas

Value: $50 million over three years

Agency: Georgia Administrative Services Department and the Georgia Technology Authority
Details: Furnish software to all state agencies to let the state better manage procurement costs and more closely track what software individual departments and agencies are using.

EDS Corp.

Plano, Texas

Value: Two contracts totaling $120 million over five years

Agency: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Details: Under the One Program Integrity task order, EDS will consolidate data warehousing and analytics for use in detecting fraud and abuse in CMS programs. Under the North Region task order, EDS will support CMS' audit, oversight and anti-fraud and abuse efforts for the Medicare prescription drug program in 25 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

General Dynamics Corp. business unit General Dynamics Information Technology

Falls Church, Va.

Value: $17 million

Agency: Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation
Details: Set up a military battlefield training site with integrated equipment in Jordan.

General Dynamics IT

Value: $7 million

Agency: White House Communications Agency

Details: Help complete the transition of the White House's external communications system to an IP infrastructure.

L-3 Communications Inc.

New York

Value: $40 million

Agency: Transportation Security Administration

Details: Provide TSA with refreshed explosive detection systems to update eXaminer 3DX systems at airports.

Multimax Inc.

Herndon, Va.

Value: $14.3 million over three years

Agency: Army

Details: Provide IT services for the Army team at Fort Monmouth, N.J., including mail messaging, desktop and centralized help desk support for 7,000 users, as well as for Web servers, data network services and network and operations security.

NIC Inc.

Olathe, Kan.

Value: $4 million over 6 years

Agency: Vermont

Details: Supply the infrastructure and staff expertise necessary to develop, maintain and host the state's official e-government portal.

Pearson Government Solutions Inc.

Arlington, Va.

Value: $440 million

Agency: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Details: Manage the Beneficiary Contact Center program, including handling all calls to the 24-hour, toll-free Medicare help line for all states and U.S. territories.

Qwest Communications International Inc.

Denver

Value: $100 million over 10 years

Agency: Defense Information Systems Agency

Details: Provide bandwidth transmission services for the Defense Department's global information grid, including providing dedicated private service lines to connect military installations in the Midwest and West to the GIG, and also provide DISA with a Web portal for easier pricing, ordering and service delivery.

Raytheon Co.

Waltham, Mass.

Value: $113 million

Agency: Air Force

Details: Continue delivering consolidated field support for sensors, data links and ground systems for the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft program.

Tyler Technologies Inc.

Dallas

Value: $1 million

Agency:City of North Miami, Fla.

Details: Deliver software and services, including a full suite of the company's EDEN financial management products.

VeriSign Inc.

Mountain View, Calif.

Value: $1.5 million

Agency: Education Department

Details: Supply the agency with its personal identity verification card management system and shared-service provider, public-key infrastructure solution.

Wireless Facilities Inc.

San Diego

Value: $36 million over five years

Agency: Army Aviation and Missile Command

Details: Provide engineering and technical expertise in support of the command's arm that handles weapon systems and test equipment.

World Wide Technology Inc.

St. Louis

Value: $15 million

Agency: Alaska Administration Department

Details: Help state officials to update the state's telecommunications system, including moving the state to a converged, enterprisewide network and deploying 15,000 IP telephones.

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