The Air Force is looking for contractors with the qualifications needed to support multiple initiatives under way at the Global Cyberspace Integration Center.
Boeing will continue to supply software to the International Space Station under a $650 million NASA contract.
SRA International Inc. will furnish technical services to the Defense Department's Director of Research and Engineering.
Companies with outsourcing and program management capabilities continue to serve as attractive acquisition targets.
Alion Science and Technology will provide laptop computer and other anti-submarine warfare training systems to the Navy under a new contract.
General Dynamics will furnish education and training products and services to the Navy under a new contract.
SRA International Inc. will furnish technology and operations support for a State Department program that processes refugees.
Lockheed Martin will upgrade and reconfigure IT at the Defense Threat Reduction Agency under a deal that could be worth as much as $475 million.
SAIC will provide technical support for the Navy's Tactical Data Link Systems under a new contract.
General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems will continue developing software that improves situational awareness for Navy strike group commanders.
Lockheed Martin will consolidate and integrate the Securities and Exchange Commission's IT services under a new contract.
Indus will provide IT assistance to the Education Department under a new task order.
The pair of military contracts award to Stanley total $11 million.
CSC will upgrade core software of the Federal Aviation Administration as part of an 11-year, $589 million FAA contract.
Congress wants to expand the push for insourcing to all agencies, but experience shows the road is not an easy one.