Contract roundup

Two companies won contracts worth a total of
$319.7 million over 18 months from the Air Force
to upgrade the Global Positioning System's Next
Generation Control Segment System.

Winners: Northrop Grumman Corp., of Los Angeles,
($160 million) and Raytheon Co., of Waltham, Mass.,
($159.7 million).

Six government contractors won contracts with a total
value of more than $120 million from the Navy Space
and Naval Warfare Systems Center in San Diego for
modification work on command and control, communications,
computers and intelligence systems.

Winners: FGM Inc., of Reston, Va. ($21.3 million); and
from San Diego: Forward Slope Inc. ($20.9 million);
Intelesis Technologies Corp. ($19.1 million); Maxim
Systems Inc. ($20.6 million); Science Applications
International Corp. ($22.8 million); and Sys
Technologies Inc. ($17.1 million).



Value: $18.5 million over 10 years

Agency: Idaho Health and Welfare Department

Details: Provide pharmacy benefits management services
to the department's Medicaid program.


Arlington, Va.

Value: $30 million over 5 years

Agency: Office of the Secretary of Defense

Details: Help the OSD replace its decentralized printing
services with a centralized managed solution.


Business unit General Dynamics C4 Systems

Scottsdale, Ariz.

Value: $78.3 milion task order on a $1.4 billion

Agency: Army

Details: Begin deploying a broadband network and satellite
capabilities for U.S. soldiers in Iraq and


Business unit L-3 Government Services Inc.

Chantilly, Va.

Value: $136 million

Agency: Air Force

Details: Provide academic, training and exercise support
to the 505th Command and Control Wing.


Reston, Va.

Value: $15 million over two years

Agency: Indiana

Details: Provide enrollment broker services
and call center and other customer
support services to facilitate
work on the Hoosier Healthwise,
Medicaid Select and Indiana Care
Select programs.


Fairburn, Ga.

Value: $35 million over 5 years

Agency: Social Security Administration

Details: Provide service for 46,000 pieces of hardware
in more than 1,500 SSA offices nationwide and relocate
the networks and their associated components when
offices move.

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