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By Marianne Dunn
The Army awarded its Target Control Support Services contract for the White Sands Missile Range in White Sands, N.M., to Universal Systems & Technology Inc., Fairfax, Va.
Under this multiyear, $10.3 million contract, the company, also known as Unitech, will provide technical support, including engineering services, systems development, operations and equipment maintenance.
Unitech, a privately owned information technology and services company, specializes in the development, design, modernization and deployment of fully integrated, high-end training systems and simulations.
CACI International Inc., Arlington, Va., received a blanket purchase agreement from the General Services Administration to provide information assurance and security solutions to the federal government.
The contract has a 17-month base and three option years. Unlike other GSA contracts, the blanket purchase agreement qualifies CACI as a preferred information assurance and security vendor.
CACI estimates the award to be worth about $35 million over the life of the contract.
The company also won a $49 million contract from the Naval Supply Systems Command in Mechanicsburg, Pa., to provide services to help the Navy manage weapon system spare parts and components at ship and shore locations.
This recompete award, which is a follow-on to CACI's five-year contract, is a cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for one year with four option years.
Computer Sciences Corp., Falls Church, Va., won a contract task order to provide training, technical and schoolhouse support to the Defense Department's Computer Investigations Training Program in Linthicum, Md.
The task order, valued at $8.8 million over a three-year period, was awarded under the Federal Systems Integration and Management Center contract.
Inter-National Research Institute, a Herndon, Va., subsidiary of Northrop Grumman Corp., won a three-year contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency to provide technical support for current and future versions of the Defense Information Infrastructure Common Operating Environment.
The contract, valued at $47.5 million, calls for one base year and two one-year options. INRI will provide the agency with systems engineering, software development and maintenance, configuration management, and documentation, installation and training support.
Lockheed Martin Systems Support and Training Services, Seabrook, Md., won the Response Engineering and Analytical Contract from the Environmental Protection Agency. The initial value of this cost-plus-award-fee contract is $78.4 million. If all options are exercised, the contract value will be $90.1 million over five years.
Under this contract, Lockheed Martin will provide environmental engineering, chemistry, geology, biology, health and safety and quality assurance support to the Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response in Edison, N.J., and other sites throughout the United States.