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DynCorp, Reston, Va., has received a five-year, $23 million contract to continue providing administrative, professional and management support services to the State Department.
Northrop Grumman Corp., Los Angeles, has won a $9.8 million Department of Transportation contract to provide a range of services to the White House's World Wide Web site for one year, with four one-year options. The company's Data Systems and Services Division will provide Internet development, PC desktop support, network management, business process engineering, software development and Windows NT/Lotus Notes and DEC/All-in-One support.
Planning Technologies Inc., Atlanta, has been selected by the National Institutes of Health to compete for up to $2 billion in federal business over the next five years through the Electronic Computer Store II contract.
Unisys Corp.'s Federal Systems Division, McLean, Va., has been awarded a blanket purchase agreement valued at up to $30 million from the Department of Treasury, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. The single-award, "seat management" agreement will support ATF headquarters and field
offices by providing desktop and notebook computers, printers and other products and services.
ManTech Design and Development Corp., Columbia, Md., has been selected to design and install a new distributed client/server application to meet the capital forecasting needs of the Maryland Department of Transportation, State Highway Administration. The contract award for consulting and development services is for $450,000.
Science Applications International Corp., Washington, has been awarded a contract to provide command, control, communications, computer and intelligence support to the Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. SAIC will be leading a team that includes BDM, Vanguard Research, International Business Experts, Booz-Allen & Hamilton and Paradigm Technology. The contract is valued at more than $25 million over the next five years.
Science Applications International Corp. also is leading a team that has been awarded a five-year, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract to provide professional business services to the Health Care Financing Administration. The team will support the HCFA in its mission to administer the national Medicare and Medicaid programs under the Department of Health and Human Services. The team is one of nine that received contracts under the $50 million initiative. Team members include Health Economics Research, William M. Mercer, Morrow Associates Ltd., the National Opinion Research Center and the Mohawk Alliance.
Orbital Sciences Corp., Dulles, Va., has been awarded a $12.8 million contract by the Alameda Contra Costa Transit District to provide the company's satellite-based Satcom 2000 Automatic Vehicle Location system for a fleet of 740 fixed-route transit, supervisor and maintenance vehicles. The Satcom 2000 AVL system uses a combination of satellite and terrestrial technologies to track the location of buses, trucks and other vehicles.
Logicon Inc., a subsidiary of Northrop Grumman Corp., Los Angeles, has announced that it is one of three prime contractors to be awarded an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity State Department contract for automated data processing services. Under terms of the contract, Logicon will compete with the other companies for business worth up to $100 million over five years.
Force 3 of Crofton, Md., has been awarded the National Institutes of Health Electronic Computer Store II Contract. This five-year contract has an estimated total value of $2 billion and is designed to provide a fast, efficient buying method for NIH.
The Federal Reserve is making a significant investment in ATM equipment, to improve communications by deploying Cisco Systems' ATM campus backbones in six of the 12 federal districts over the next three years. The Federal Reserve recently awarded Cisco Systems Federal Operations in Herndon, Va., a sole-source contract to supply Campus (Catalyst 5000, Catalyst 5500, Lightstream 1010) and WAN (Stratacom BPX/IGX) ATM equipment for all Federal Reserve institutions, including the District Banks and the Board of Governors. Period of performance runs through November 2000. The Federal Reserve is viewing this as a $10 million award, as they expect to implement a BPX WAN and deploy ATM campus backbones in six of the 12 federal districts over the next three years.
Department of Defense
CACI International Inc., Arlington, Va., has received a Navy subcontract worth about $45 million over five years to provide instructor and curriculum development services for the Service School Command based in Great Lakes, Ill.
DRS Technologies Inc., Parsippany, N.J., has received a Navy contract to provide AN/SPS-67 radar systems for the new DDG-51 Aegis class ships. The multiyear contract has an initial maximum value of $14.2 million.
Computer Sciences Corp., El Segundo, Calif., has received a three-year, $16.6 million contract from the Space & Naval Warfare Systems Command to provide engineering services to support the Navy's information systems and network technology programs. The value could reach $27.9 million if two one-year options are exercised.
JetForm Corp., Ottawa, Canada, has received a $5 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to expand the service's use of JetForm to all its PCs. The contract is the largest enterprise licensing agreement in the firm's history.
Questech Inc., Falls Church, Va., has won a $572,363 contract from the Army to design, develop and test a polymeric tray kit for the Soldier System Command's Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center.
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