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.
SAIC has won an option with the Navy to support the Military Sealift Command’s IT ashore operations.
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?
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.