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CDSI Information Technology Solutions Co., Rockville, Md., a division of Computer Data Systems Inc., signed a contract with the General Services Administration in Fort Worth, Texas. The deal is the GSA ADP Technical Services Support Services contract for the greater Southwest, Heartland and Rocky Mountain regions. CDSI has been the incumbent on this GSA contract for the past four and a half years. If all options are exercised, the contract will run through May 2002 with a potential value of $310 million.

The Hergo Economic Support Systems division of Hertz Technology Group Inc., New York, was awarded the GSA Federal Supply Schedule contract by the General Services Administration. The contract has an approximate ceiling value of $500,000.

Centech's Network Technologies Division, Silver Spring, Md., was awarded a $50 million technical services contract with the Diplomatic Telecommunications Services Program Office of the Department of State to provide information technology support services.

SRA International Inc., Arlington, Va., was awarded the Strategic Information Systems Technical Integration Resources (SISTIR) contract by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Food and Drug Administration. SRA is one of five contractors selected to provide information management support services to the FDA. The seven-year, indefinite- delivery, indefinite-quantity contract has an estimated ceiling value of $195 million.

Analysis and Technology Inc., McLean, Va., was awarded a contract with the Federal Office of Personnel Management worth $10 million over five years. The contract continues work Analysis and Technology has performed since 1984. The company will work with OPM to develop and implement products that cover the entire scope of available training media, including web-based training.

Department of Defense

The General Services Administration Federal Systems Integration and Management Center awarded SRA International Inc., Arlington, Va., a task order to provide information management support to the Science and Technology functional area within the Department of Defense Research and Engineering Directorate. The task order has an estimated value of $7.8 million over five years.

Frontier Technology Inc., Falls Church, Va., was awarded a contract with the Joint Strike Fighter Program Office, intended to provide studies and analysis of affordability, lethality, survivability and supportability. The contract's ceiling is approximately $15 million.

Other

Integrated Technologies of America Inc., Minneapolis, signed an equipment manufacturer agreement with Computer Intelligence Corp., Washington. CIC will private label and market ITAI's SecureVault and SecureFile products to the federal government. The contract is valued at over $75 million.

Network Equipment Technologies Inc., Redwood City, Calif., signed a contract with Telecommunicacoes do Ceara SA (TELECEARA), Fortaceza, Brazil, a telecommunications provider for the state of Ceara. Teleceara selected the N.E.T. IDNX multiservice bandwidth manager as the communications backbone for the region, under a three-year contract valued at $5 million. The first phase of the network, valued at $1.3 million, has been installed. The multiservice digital data network will connect a growing number of financial, business, industry, government, health and Internet service provider organizations in and around the city of Fortaleza. Teleceara serves a population of 6 million in 928 cities and 184 municipalities.

Ericsson Ltd., Stockholm, Sweden, won a contract with Advanced Info Services PCL, a subsidiary of Shinawatra Group, Thailand, to supply NMT 900 and GSM mobile systems. Ericsson will provide switching and radio base station equipment supporting expansion of both networks. The contract is valued at $100 million.

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