BTG Inc. of Vienna, Va., was awarded the CINEMA program by the U.S. General Services Administration. The $600 million contract includes Internet access, electronic mail and electronic commerce services for the entire federal government. The contract lasts for two years and has options to extend for an additional three years. BTG was also selected by the U.S. Department of State for the $128 million State Information Infrastructure/PC-LAN program to modernize the department's worldwide communications infrastructure.
The Information Technology Solutions Co. of Computer Data Systems Inc. in Rockville, Md., won a contract from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The contract was one of five awarded to CDSI to provide its integrated immunization information systems software solution to CDC's National Immunization Program. CDSI's initial contract award is estimated at $1.5 million, with approximately $4 million in annual revenues for the one-year contract with three one-year options.
The McLean, Va.-based federal systems division of Unisys Corp. was awarded a $15.7 million contract for program and systems support services from the Department of State's Office of Foreign Missions.
Lockheed Martin Federal Systems in Owego, N.Y., was awarded a contract by the U.S. Postal Service to develop and implement an address recognition system designed to enhance the automated processing of handwritten letter mail. The software development program is valued at more than $55 million through December 1997.
Cambridge Imaging Technology of McLean, Va., announced it will be a subcontractor to Lockheed Martin of Bethesda, Md., and Electronic Data Systems Corp. of Plano, Texas, on the workflow portion of the Bureau of the Census' Census 2000 project. The contract, worth a total of $49 million, requires four major processing sites to process the year 2000 national census.
Smith Technology Corp., Newport Beach, Calif., was awarded the Emergency and Rapid Response Services contract from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The five-year contract is worth $50 million.
Rockville, Md.-based CTA Inc. announced that the century data change division of its Information Technology Services Co. has been awarded a contract from the state of Oregon to perform a year 2000 statewide assessment. The company will assess each of Oregon's 108 agencies and provide a prioritized list of information technology systems and applications, as well as a conversion plan that includes budget information. The task order contract is worth a potential of $25 million.
CACI International Inc. of Arlington, Va., won a $1 million contract from the New York Department of Motor Vehicles. The contract requires CACI to develop and implement an international registration system for commercial vehicles.
CACI also won a subcontract from IBM Global Government Industry in Bethesda, Md., to support the U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agencies/Natural Resource Conservation Service Automated Data Processing Support Services contract. The total value of the program is $212 million.
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