Contract roundup

Accenture Ltd., Hamilton, Bermuda, won a $200 million contract to continue development and maintenance services for NASA's Integrated Financial Management Program.

Anteon International Corp., Fairfax, Va., has won two Navy contracts totaling $525 million for program management support for sea and air systems.

AT&T Corp., Bedminster, N.J., won the $61.3 million Government Emergency Telecommunication Services contract to provide the government with priority phone services during emergencies. AT&T also won two five-year professional services contracts totaling $13.3 million to help the Navy manage its worldwide construction assets.

CACI International Inc., Arlington, Va., won a $70 million subcontract from EG&G Technical Services to provide integrated logistics, project management, training and other services for the Navy's Atlantic Fleet.

Computer Sciences Corp., El Segundo, Calif., won a seven-year, $140 million task order to continue developing an air traffic management tool for the Federal Aviation Administration. CSC also won a $406 million, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract from the Army Aviation and Missile Command. The company will provide comprehensive support services to countries operating UH-1 and AH-1 helicopters procured through the U.S. government's Foreign Military Sales program.

CSC won two contracts totaling more than $300 million from the National Communications System and NASA. Under a five-year, $228 million contract, CSC's DynCorp Technical Services organization will provide maintenance and modification services for NASA aircraft. Under an $81 million contract, CSC will supply telecommunications to the Government Emergency Telecommunications Service and the Wireless Priority Service.

Dynamics Research Corp. won a five-year, $5 million contract from the Naval Air Systems Command Orlando Training Systems Division to update training system acquisition specifications and guidance.

Hansen Information Technologies Inc., Sacramento, Calif., won a $3.7 million contract to provide Riverside County, Calif., with an integrated system to help manage the county's building permits, code enforcement, licensing, geographic information systems, transportation and cashiering business processes.

L-3 Communications Corp., New York, won a four-year, $63.6 million contract to provide depot-level maintenance services to select Navy and Marine Corps installations.

Marshall Communications Corp., Sterling, Va., won a four-year, $25 million contract to provide satellite services to NASA. 

Northrop Grumman Corp., Los Angeles, won a $101 million follow-on contract to provide information systems integration for the Army's Personnel Electronic Records Management System program.

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