July continued the trend of increasing contract awards that Washington Technology has covered since the beginning of the year. Who stole the show this month?
SAIC has won a $17 million contract with the Indian Health Service to replace its dental records system.
SAIC has won a $7 million Navy contract to provide the U.S. Fleet Forces Command with integrated training and support and execution. The contract was awarded without competition.
SAIC has won a $38 million task order under DISA’s ENCORE II contract to provide command and control systems and technical services support to U.S. combatant commands.
SAIC has won a contract with the Army Medical Research and Materiel Command to support clinical research work with project management services.
Greece is being ordered by an international arbitrator to pay SAIC $52 million related to a breach of contract over a command and control system that the company delivered for the 2004 Summer Olympics.
Thirteen companies have won a contract with the Navy to provide integrated cyber operations services in support of C4ISR systems. They'll now compete for task orders for a variety of services. Who captured this plum prize?
SAIC has won an option with the Navy to support the Military Sealift Command’s IT ashore operations.
ITT Exelis has won a subcontract with SAIC to provide engineering services toward DARPA's Adaptive Radar Countermeasures program.
FALSE CLAIMS ACT
SAIC has agreed to pay a sum of money to settle allegations that it violated the False Claims Act through a contract that GSA awarded the company back in 2006.
June brought another increase in the number of contract awards that we've covered during the month, marking the continuation of a trend we've followed since January. So who are June's big winners?
Four companies have won a contract with the Navy to support the Office of the Secretary of Defense's Defense Readiness Support System.