Contract roundup

AT&T Government Solutions of Vienna, Va., won a $14 million, five-month subcontract under the Defense Department's Global Information Grid - Bandwidth Expansion to install and test equipment.

CACI International Inc., Arlington, Va., won a $73 million, three-year contract from the Navy to provide program management and technical services.

CDW Government Inc., Herndon, Va., won an $11 million, three-year enterprise software agreement with the Navy to deliver Microsoft software for the Naval Network Warfare Command's One-Net overseas enterprise network outside the United States.

CGI-AMS Inc., Fairfax, Va., won a $2.7 million contract from the IRS to implement its Computer Assisted Collection System for Government software in the first phase of the agency's Filing and Payment Compliance initiative.

DataPath Inc., Duluth, Ga., won a $17.5 million Army contract for 14 Joint Network Node Satellite Communication Trailers and 38 Satellite Communication Battalion Command Post Node Trailers. 

Harris Corp., Melbourne, Fla., won a $6.6 million Army research and development contract to develop and demonstrate the Jigsaw Laser Radar 3D-imaging test-bed system for use on an unmanned aerial vehicle.

Northrop Grumman Corp. of Los Angeles won a $124 million, three-year contract from the Air Force Electronic Systems Center for development and integration support for the Joint Interface Control Officer Support System to manage complex tactical networks.

Northrop Grumman also won a $122 million Navy contract to develop a common suite of software that integrates tactical data links and IP connectivity on aircraft, ships and ground vehicles. 

Pragmatics Inc., McLean, Va., won a $65 million, five-year contract from the Homeland Security Department's Customs and Border Protection agency to test the Automated Commercial System, the precursor to a new customs processing system.

Serco Inc., Vienna, Va., won a $48 million, three-year contract from the Army to continue providing services to the Army Career and Alumni Program, which offers transition and job assistance to military personnel returning to civilian life.

ViaSat Inc., Carlsbad, Calif., won a $60 million task order from the Naval Warfare Systems Command to provide the San Diego Navy command with multifunctional information distribution system terminals, including airborne and ground-based low volume terminals.

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