Contract roundup

Affiliated Computer Services Inc., Dallas, won a $9.6 million amendment to a contract with the Louisiana Bureau of Health Services Financing to expand implementation of the state's new waiver program for personal care services through use of a centralized call center.

Anteon International Corp., Fairfax, Va., won a five-year contract worth up to $48 million from the U.S. Central Command-Air Forces in Kuwait to provide operations maintenance and support services for telecommunications and IT systems supporting military operations.

Anteon also won a six-year, $24 million contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base to research and demonstrate new aerospace structural technologies.

Apptis Inc., Chantilly, Va., won a four-year, $19 million contract from the Veterans Affairs Department to provide enterprise IT support services at four of the Air Force Air Education and Training Command medical treatment centers in Florida, Mississippi and Texas.

DRS Technologies Inc., Parsippany, N.J., won about $36 million worth of orders from the Army Communications-Electronic Command to provide its Applique Computer Systems to the Army's Force XXI Battle Command, Brigade and Below program.

Dynamics Research Corp., Andover, Mass., won a $25 million contract from the Defense Department's Missile Defense Agency to provide continuous services to improve the agency's supply chain performance.

Lawson Software Inc., St. Paul, Minn., won a $5 million contract from the North Central Texas Council of Governments to provide project management and training services for enterprise resource planning systems in Arlington, Carrolton and Grand Prairie.

ManTech International Corp., Alexandria, Va., won a five-year, $13.5 million subcontract contract from EPS Inc., Tinton Falls, N.J., to provide support services such as facilities management, logistics operations and training to the Army's Directorate of Plans, Training and Mobilization at Fort Knox, Ky.

ManTech also won a five-year, $51.3 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command to provide technical and logistic support for submarine and surface ship signature measurement trials by the Submarine and Surface Ship Signature Silencing Program.

MTC Technologies Inc., Dayton, Ohio, won a recompete of a contract worth up to $15 million from the Air Force to provide sustainment systems engineering and acquisition management support services for the Air Force Nuclear Treaty Monitoring Directorate.

Multimax Inc., Largo, Md., won a $6.2 million contract from the Air Force to provide the ongoing IT modernization program, Combat Information Transport System, with additional software licenses of Remedy Action Request System, a call-tracking system for customer service inquiries.

Northrop Grumman Corp., Los Angeles, won a two-year, $9.2 million follow-on contract from the Army for program management, software development and maintenance, configuration management, system administration and security engineering for the Tactical Simulation intelligence training system.

PlanGraphics Inc., Frankfort, Ky., won a $1.7 million contract from the New York Office of Cyber Security and Critical Protection to develop a Web-based system that allows public safety personnel and state officials to find information about critical assets and infrastructure stored in a spatial data warehouse and data catalog.

Raytheon Co., Lexington, Mass., won a five-year, $93.9 million contract from the Navy to provide mission support for relocatable-over-the-horizon-radar systems (ROTHR).

Raytheon also won a contract worth up to $8 million from the Navy to provide time-critical parts for the service's F/A-18 Shared Reconnaissance Pod system.  

RGII Technologies Inc., Annapolis, Md., won an $11 million contract from the Defense Department to install and maintain a common, standards-based communications and computing infrastructure to the Tri-Service Infrastructure Management Program Office, a health information system used by Defense Department medical personnel throughout the world.

Silanis Technology Inc., Montreal, won a multi-million dollar contract to the Army with a digital signature and approval management solution. 

Summit Research Corp., a division of IT and engineering services company Digital Fusion Inc., Huntsville, Ala., won a contract worth up to $24.4 million from the Army Space and Missile Defense Command for advanced weapons, sensors and airborne sensor technologies research and development.

Titan Corp. of San Diego won a $163.9 million contract from the Army Space and Missile Defense Command to provide planning, analysis, exercise and IT services for chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high-yield explosives consequence management operations to the U.S. Northern Command for the Joint Task Force Civil Support at Fort Monroe, Va.

WebEx Communications Inc., San Jose, Calif., won a one-year contract with a second option year from the Defense Information Systems Agency to provide secure Web conferencing services for the Defense Department.

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