Reston, Va.-based DynCorp has won

a $246 million contract from the Department of Energy. As prime contractor, DynCorp will provide software

applications development and maintenance, information resources management services, and records management. As subcontractor, Computer Data

Systems of Rockville, Md., will pro-

vide automated office systems

support, telecommunications and

network services, training, security and technical assessment services to the agency.

The Texas Instruments/Martin Marietta Javeline Joint Venture has been awarded a $178.2 million contract by the Army Missile Command. Under the contract, the joint venture will build 872 missiles and 97 command launch units.

The Army has awarded an $87 million contract to DynCorp of Reston, Va., to provide base operations support to Fort Belvoir, Va.

Diez Software Services of Woodbridge, Va., won a five-year contract valued at $19.3 million from the Social Security Administration to develop software and provide engineering services. The company also won an $800,000 contract from the Defense Intelligence Agency and a $550,000 contract from the Internal Revenue Service to provide and install computer equipment.

The Navy awarded a $9.2 million contract to NKF Engineering of Arlington, Va., for engineering and technical analysis services.

General Sciences Inc. of Laurel, Md., won a contract valued at $5.8 million from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for software support services.

The National Cancer Institute has awarded Allied Technology Group Inc. of Rockville, Md., a $3.2 million contract to operate and maintain a data processing system.

DoxSys Inc. of Bethesda, Md., was awarded a five-year contract potentially worth $1.4 million from the Department of the Interior to provide a document management system that stores computer output on laser disks.

The Navy awarded a $241,851 contract to Production Technology Inc. of Arlington, Va., for engineering support services.

Digital Equipment Corp. of Landover, Md., won a $100,590 contract from the Department of Commerce for computer equipment.

Applied Research Corp. of Landover, Md., won an $87,805 research and development contract from the Goddard Space Flight Center.

The Federal Aviation Administration awarded a $52,700 contract to H&H Associates of Alexandria, Va., to maintain an airport weather information system.

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