Contract roundup

Eight companies won spots on the Defense Intelligence
Agency's $1 billion, five-year Solutions for Intelligence
Analysis contract for military intelligence analysis services.
Winners: BAE Systems Inc., Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., CACI
International Inc., Concurrent Technologies Corp., L-3
Communications Inc., Northrop Grumman Corp., Science
Applications International Corp. and SRA International Inc.


Hamilton, Bermuda

Value: $79.6 million over three years

Agency: New York City Information Technology and
Telecommunications Department

Details: Make technology and business process improvements
to the city's Health and Human Services Connect
program to improve delivery of health care services.


Arlington, Va.

Value: $26.8 million over four years

Agency: Army Research, Development and Engineering

Details: Provide engineering and testing assistance related
to command, control, communications, computers, intelligence,
surveillance and reconnaissance.


Melbourne, Fla.

Value: $40 million over 10 years

Agency: Air Force

Details: Manage multiple space control systems for the
Space and Missile Systems Center's Space Superiority
Systems Wing at Los Angeles Air Force Base, Calif.


Value: $96.7 million

Agency: Marine Corps

Details: Continue upgrading the corps' tactical radio communications
with multiband, multimission Falcon III handheld
and vehicular radio systems.


Bethesda, Md.

Value: $234 million over eight years

Agency: Air Force

Details: Under the Air Force Personnel Services Delivery
Transformation - Strategic Partnership, help transition personnel
information technology systems, including developing
long-range strategic plans and supporting the operation
and management of the systems.


Value: $53 million over five years

Agency: Treasury Department

Details: Provide the U.S. Mint's Office of the Chief
Information Officer with support services, including seat
management, information technology applications,
data networks, communications and data center


Reston, Va.

Value: $411 million over six years, nine months

Agency: California Health Care Services Department
Details: Continue to deliver enrollment broker services for
California recipients of Medicaid assistance.


San Diego

Value: $42 million over five years

Agency: Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command

Details: Build a joint system for tactical radios, including
providing program management and engineering support


Fairfax, Va.

Value: $48.1 million over five years

Agency: Defense Manpower Data Center

Details: Provide the data center with architectural design,
database management and software support.


Ashburn, Va.

Value: $43.5 million

Agency: Army Program Executive Office for Enterprise
Information Systems

Details: For the project manager of Defense Wide
Transmission Systems, build secure, tactical wireless localarea
network modules to provide last-mile connectivity to
logistics networks for warfighters in training and operational

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