Three companies won the right to compete for task orders to support the State Department's Global Peace Operations Initiative.Value:
$200 million over five years Agency:
State Department Winners:
Blackwater USA Inc., Moyock, N.C.; L-3 Communications Inc. of New York; and Northrop Grumman Corp. of Los Angeles. Details:
Provide peacekeeping troops with training services ranging from multinational command post exercises and the development of training products to in-country, train-the-trainer instruction.CGI Group Inc.
$84 million over six years Agency:
Los Angeles County Details:
Implement Phase 2 of the enterprise resource planning project, including materials management and procurement, budget preparation and Health Services Department time collection processing.Convergys Corp.
$125.4 million over two years Agency:
U.S. Postal Service Details:
Under this contract extension, continue providing customer contact services across all channels through live agents, automated speech services,
e-mail and Web support.Lockheed Martin Corp.
Bethesda, Md. Value:
$58.3 million over four years Agency:
Continue operating the Hellfire Missile Depot, including worldwide field support.Northrop Grumman Corp.
Los Angeles Value:
$51 million over four years Agency:
Army Communications-Electronics Command Details:
Provide identity management and data-collection services to the Defense Manpower Data Center for managing the personnel data for active and retired members of the U.S. military and their families.Raytheon Co.
Waltham, Mass. Value:
$59 million over five years Agency:
Provide logistics support for shipboard and airborne Cooperative Engagement Capability systems, which enhance air and missile defense by pooling high-quality data from sensors and weapons.More contract news is available online at www.washingtontechnology.com