Contract Roundup

Affiliated Computer Services Inc.,won a three-year, $23 million contract extension from Santa Clara, Calif., to continue providing enterprise information technology outsourcing services. The contract runs through June 30, 2005.


Maximus Inc., Reston, Va., won a five-year, $6.6 million contract to continue operating a full-service child support program for Tennessee's 28th Judicial District.

Motorola Inc., Schaumburg, Ill., won a contract to provide Maine State Police with an integrated public safety system. Terms of the contract were not released.

General Dynamics Corp., Falls Church, Va., won a $45 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for engineering support services and the low-rate initial production of an integrated air defense planning and execution system. The initial award for the Area Air Defense Commander Capability system is $21 million; if options are exercised, the contract's value rises to more than $45 million.


Official Payments Corp., Stamford, Conn., won four electronic payment renewal contracts with state and local governments: a three-year renewal from the New Jersey Division of Revenue, a three-year renewal from the Minnesota Department of Revenue, a one-year renewal from Wisconsin's Department of Revenue and a one-year renewal from Richmond, Va. The contract renewals authorize Official Payments to continue its electronic collection of credit card payments for taxes, fines and fees on behalf of the state and city governments.


PlanetGov Inc., Chantilly, Va., won a three-year agreement with the Internal Revenue Service to provide up to $100 million worth of computers from Hewlett-Packard Co., Palo Alto, Calif.


Veridian Corp. and SecureInfo Corp. announced that the General Services Administration awarded the team a $10.8 million task order to support the Federal Computer Incident Response Center. FedCIRC will be incorporated into the Department of Homeland Security.


Sixty-six companies won seats on the National Institutes of Health's Electronic Commodity Store III contract. The indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract is for five years with five one-year extensions and has a ceiling of $6 billion. The complete list of winning contractors can be found at

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