Contract roundup


Chevy Chase, Md.

Value: $898 million over five years

Agency: NASA

Details: Provide information technology support,
voice communications and visual imaging at the
Kennedy Space Center.


Rockville, Md.

Value: $94 million

Agency: Marine Corps

Details: Provide Corps System Command with managerial
and technical support resources.


Subsidiary NHIC Corp.

Plano, Texas

Value: $148 million over five years

Agency: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid

Details: Help provide payment and processing of
Medicare fee-for-service claims.


Alexandria, Va.

Value: $152 million

Agency: Energy Department

Details: Provide IT services to Sandia National


Business unit GD Network Systems
Needham, Mass.

Value: $850 million

Agency: Air Force

Details: Provide preventive computer equipment support
for Defense Department intelligence operations.


Bethesda, Md.

Value: $89 million

Agency: Transportation Command and Defense
Logistics Agency

Details: Merge DLA's Integrated Data Environment
distribution system with the Transportation
Command's Global Transportation Network.

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