Contract roundup

Three companies won contracts totaling $180 million over
five years from the Homeland Security Department to provide
secure identification cards to employees and contractors
to comply with Homeland Security Presidential
Directive 12.

Winners: BearingPoint Inc. of McLean, Va.; EDS Corp. of
Plano, Texas; and Xtec Inc. of Miami.




AFFILIATED COMPUTER SERVICES INC.

Dallas

Value: $36 million over five years

Agency: Illinois Human Services Department

Details: Provide retail management and software support
services for the state's LINK electronic benefits transfer
services program.




BOOZ ALLEN HAMILTON INC.

McLean, Va.

Value: $18.6 million

Agency: Air Force

Details: Support the Virtual Combat Environment for
Electronic Conflict to design and develop advanced electronic
warfare, cyberspace and information operations
technologies.




GENERAL DYNAMICS CORP.

Falls Church, Va.

Value: $40 million over five years

Agency: Army

Details: Build 24 robotic vehicles, spare parts, and training
and technical services for the Army's robotic Mobile
Detection Assessment and Response System.




L-1 IDENTITY SOLUTIONS INC.

Subsidiary of Advanced Concepts Inc.

Stamford, Conn.

Value: $50 million over five years

Agency: Defense Department

Details: Improve the DOD Program Management Office's
Defense Travel System.




L-3 COMMUNICATIONS INC.

Subsidiary of L-3 Services Inc.

Chantilly, Va.

Value: $326 million over three years

Agency: Marine Corps Systems Command

Details: Design, fabricate, install and test tactical video
capture systems for Marine Corps bases worldwide.




L-3 COMMUNICATIONS CORP.

Subsidiary of MPRI Inc.

Alexandria, Va.

Value: $215 million over five years

Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Details: Help CDC with preparedness training and simulation
exercises to cope with hazards such as bioterrorism
attacks and pandemic outbreaks.




MANTECH INTERNATIONAL CORP.

Fairfax, Va.

Value: $15.7 million

Agency: Naval Air Systems Command

Details: Help Navair's Warfare Analysis and Integration
Department by providing warfare analysis, modeling and
simulation, software development, and analytics.




NORTHROP GRUMMAN CORP.

Los Angeles

Value: $64 million over five years

Agency: Illinois Human Services Department

Details: Continue to help streamline data processing operations
and provide data processing and network management
support, in addition to program management of electronic
benefits transfer services.




RAYTHEON CO.

Waltham, Mass.

Value: Two contracts worth $17.2 million

Agency: Army

Details: Build and supply 18 common payloads for
the advanced sensor that provides tactical support for
soldiers.

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