Contract roundup

Six companies won spots on the Air Force's
$900 million, five-year contract to handle advisory
and assistance tasks for the Strategic Command's
programs and strategies.

Winners: Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., McLean, Va.; CACI
International Inc., Arlington, Va.; Client/Server
Software Solutions Inc., Bellevue, Neb.; ITT Corp.,
White Plains, N.Y.; MacAulay-Brown Inc., Dayton,
Ohio; and Science Applications International Corp.,
San Diego.

Eight companies won prime contracts on the Air
Force's $10.1 billion program to provide inspection,
maintenance, modification and repair services at Air
Logistics Centers, Air Combat Command, Air
Mobility Command, Air Force Reserves and the Air
National Guard.

Winners: Aecom Government Services Inc., Las
Vegas; Computer Sciences Corp., El Segundo, Calif.;
Defense Support Services LLC, Greenville, S.C.;
DynCorp International LLC, Fort Worth, Texas; Kent
Construction Co., Smyrna, Del.; L3 Communications
Vertex Aerospace LLC, Madison, Miss.; Lear Siegler
Services Inc., Gaithersburg, Md.; and Northrop
Grumman Technical Services Corp., Linthicum, Md.

ABACUS TECHNOLOGY CORP.

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.

AEROVIRONMENT INC.

Monrovia, Calif.

Value: $200 million over five years

Agency: Special Operations Command

Details: Provide hand-launched, unmanned aerial
systems.

BOEING CO.

Chicago

Value: $153.5 million

Agency: Navy

Details: Complete a technology demonstration of
the high-integrity Global Positioning System.

BOOZ ALLEN HAMILTON INC.

McLean, Va.

Value: $149.5 million

Agency: Army Space and Terrestrial
Communications Directorate

Details: Provide technology, program management
and engineering support to upgrade broadband
and networking capabilities for Future Combat
Systems programs.

COMPUTER SCIENCES CORP.

Falls Church, Va.

Value: $391 million

Agency: Homeland Security Department

Details: Provide managed services, including consolidation,
transformation and virtualization, for
DHS' primary data center being built at NASA's
Stennis Space Center, Miss.

LOCKHEED MARTIN CORP.

Bethesda, Md.

Value: $1.2 billion over eight and a half years

Agency: Transportation Security Administration

Details: Help manage employee payroll and other
human resources functions for TSA, including
consolidating workforce services such as hiring,
payroll processing, employee benefits, workforce
management and help-desk services.

MANTECH INTERNATIONAL CORP.

Fairfax, Va.

Value: $151 million over five years

Agency: Naval Sea Systems Command

Details: Provide support services for the Navy's
Ship Maintenance and Logistics Information
Systems program.

MANTECH INTERNATIONAL CORP.

Value: $124 million over five years

Agency: State Department

Details: Assist the department's Bureau of
Information Resource Management Program
Management and Analysis Directorate with worldwide
network modernization.

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