. of Seattle, will develop and build a supercomputer system for Sandia National Laboratories under Sandia's "Red Storm" procurement, which has an expected value of about $90 million. Cray will serve as the integrator to assemble the system. The company also won two orders totaling nearly $19 million from unnamed Department of Defense offices. Those orders are for the company's next-generation SV2 system, which is supposed to improve memory bandwidth, interconnections and vector-processing capabilities.Lockheed Martin Systems Integration Inc.
of Owego, N.Y., won a five-year, $102 million contract with the Defense Civilian Personnel Management Service to provide a personnel management system. Lockheed Martin will provide systems integration, operation and sustainment, program management, system maintenance and technology infusion for the Defense Civilian Personnel Data System.Computer Sciences Corp.
of Falls Church, Va., won a $75 million task order to support the Kansas City, Mo., office of the Defense Finance and Accounting Service. CSC will maintain the software and systems for DFAS' Kansas City office, which runs the pay and personnel functions for approximately 480,000 members of the Marine Corps. The order will span five years if the Corps exercises all options. BAE Systems Mission Solutions Inc.
, San Diego, won a $37.5 million contract from the U.S. Strategic Command for engineering services and onsite support of the air vehicle planning system program, which performs accounting and analytical functions in support of the nation's single integrated operational plan and conventional air-launched cruise missile planning. General Dynamics Corp.
, Falls Church, Va., and its subsidiaries won several contracts. General Dynamics Network Systems won three task orders, valued at $41 million over the next five years, under the Air Force Information Technology Services contract. The company will provide continuous network operations and management support. General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems was awarded a $9 million modification to an existing contract to provide technology support services to the Joint Command and Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Battle Center in Suffolk, Va. The contract being modified was originally awarded in October 1998 and was valued at $43 million. The company's Canadian subsidiary won a $128 million contract to supply and integrate a new data management system for the Canadian Department of National Defence. The contract, valued at $198 million Canadian, will support the CP-140 Aurora, Canada's long-range maritime patrol aircraft, as part of the ongoing Aurora Incremental Modernization Project.