Contract roundup

Titan Corp., San Diego, won a $100 million contract with the Army to sell communications products and support services to American allies. Titan will provide radios, equipment and support services to U.S. allies around the globe through a five-year, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract with the Army's Communications and Electronics Command located at Fort Monmouth, N.J.

AT&T Corp., New York, won a $49.9 million modification of a telecommunications contract for the State Department. AT&T will install and maintain secure voice, voicemail and e-mail systems as well as support global satellites. The work is scheduled to be finished in September 2003.

Raytheon Co., Lexington, Mass., won a $35 million, one-year contract extension to continue installing and integrating explosives detection equipment at airports nationwide.

Unitech Inc., Centreville, Va., won a $16.1 million contract from the Transportation Security Administration to assist in the design, implementation and maintenance of the TSA technology infrastructure, as well as provide training solutions for the organization.

RS Information Systems Inc., McLean, Va., won a $10 million contract to support the Meteorological Development Laboratory of the National Weather Service. The five-year contract calls on RSIS to support the development and maintenance of hydro-meteorological applications, and includes systems administration, configuration management, quality assurance, testing, and Web development and maintenance.

Anteon Corp., Fairfax, Va., won three amendments to its Army Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation Command contract to support combat training range instrumentation programs. The estimated value of the contract amendments is $9.3 million. Anteon will design and develop a prototype of the Digital Multi-Purpose Range Complex at Fort Hood, Texas.

Covansys Corp., Farmington Hills, Mich., won a $4.2 million contract to implement a new benefits payments system for the Wisconsin Retirement System. Covansys will replace the current system with a custom-built benefit payments system by March 2004.

Electronic Data Systems Corp., Plano, Texas, won a nine-month, $2.2 million contract to support the Pennsylvania State Police on its e-business initiative that should put more officers on the street. EDS will provide infrastructure support, Web development, document management, hardware and software services to transform and automate a wide range of administrative processes as part of the state police's Headquarters E-Business Initiative Initial Suite project.

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