Signal Corp., Fairfax, Va., was awarded a six-year, $32 million contract from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Under the contract, the company will provide information technology services. Subcontractors on the contract include DynCorp of Reston, Va., and RMS Technologies Inc. in Lanham, Md.
IBM Corp.'s Global Government Industry division in Bethesda, Md., won a $35 million contract from the U.S. Census Bureau to develop a network technology solution that will enhance the way users access, search, tabulate, extract and electronically purchase census data over the Internet.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration awarded two $4 million contracts to Boeing North American's Space Systems division and Lockheed Martin Space Mission Systems & Services, both in Houston. Under the contract, they will study the feasibility of consolidating some of the agency's space operations to one contractor in order to save money and free up funding for new projects.
Vistronix Inc., Vienna, Va., won an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract worth up to $500,000 to provide the Maryland State Department of Education with services supporting the analysis, design, development, installation and documentation of an MSDE information system.
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
Unisys Corp.'s federal systems division in McLean, Va., won a $6.8 million contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency, Joint Interoperability Engineering Organization to provide automatic data processing support for the Nuclear Planning and Execution System.
MAK Technologies Inc. based in Cambridge, Mass., was awarded a Marine Corps Systems Command contract for design and construction of a Marine amphibious assault video game. According to the company, it is the first video game to be co-funded and co-developed by the Department of Defense and the entertainment industry. The contract is worth $70,000.
AbTech Corp. of Charlottesville, Va., announced several contract awards. The company was awarded a $750,000 Phase II SBIR contract by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for the application of Statistical Network data mining to target detection and classification. The company was also awarded a $529,992 Phase II STTR contract by the U.S. Air Force Avionics Directorate to integrate new pattern learning algorithms for automatic target recognition applications. The company also was selected for funding of a Phase I SBIR contract by the U.S. Navy's Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division for the development of C4I data mining tools. The contract is worth $750,000. Finally, the company was awarded a $749,950 Phase II STTR contract by the U.S. Air Force Aeronautical Systems Center to develop an advanced data mining and performance analysis tool.
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