Contract roundup

AFFILIATED COMPUTER SERVICES INC.

Dallas

Value: $4 million over 42 months

Agency: Solano County, Calif.

Details: Establish and operate a 311 customer service center.

BAE SYSTEMS INC.

Rockville, Md.

Value: $42.5 million

Agency: U.S. Strategic Command

Details: Develop and maintain new capabilities for the
Air Vehicle Planning System air-strike mission-planning
system.

CGI FEDERAL

Fairfax, Va.

Value: $27 million over two years

Agency: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Details: Improve and expand CMS' Provider Enrollment
Chain and Ownership System.

COMPUTER SCIENCES CORP.

Falls Church, Va.

Value: $482 million over 61⁄2 years

Agency: Air Force Air Education and Training Command

Details: Provide aircraft maintenance and base operating
services to support the 71st Flying Training Wing at Vance
Air Force Base, Okla.

CSC

$70 million over five years

Agency: Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp.

Details: Provide information technology infrastructure support
to restructure PBGC's IT operational support services.

CSC

Value: $22 million

Agency: NASA

Details: Expand support services it provides to employees at
Stennis Space Center, Miss.

CUBIC CORP.

San Diego

Value: $18.7 million

Agency: Army

Details: Provide its small arms and simulated weapons
training program to the Army and Army National Guard.

EAGLE GROUP INTERNATIONAL LLC

Atlanta

Value: $42 million

Agency: Army Reserve Command

Details: Manage daily site operations
at 18 Reserve Command
locations.

IBM CORP.

Armonk, N.Y.

Value: $9.4 million over 15 months

Agency: National Security Agency

Details: Develop the next generation of the
agency's High Assurance Platform program to let users
working at different security levels access, process and
store data on a single computer.

L-1 IDENTITY SOLUTIONS INC.

Stamford, Conn.

Value: $3.7 million

Agency: Panama's election authorities

Details: Upgrade the country's national identification system,
which is also used for voter registration, with a multibiometric
solution.

LOCKHEED MARTIN CORP.

Bethesda, Md.

Value: $1 billion

Agency: FBI

Details: Develop the agency's new biometric database, the
Next Generation Identification System, an upgrade to the
agency's primary fingerprint collection system and database,
the Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification
System.

MTS TECHNOLOGIES INC.

Arlington, Va.

Value: $175 million over five years

Agency: Army

Details: Provide the Army Program Executive Office for
Combat Support and Combat Service Support with engineering,
logistics, technical and program support.

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