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Logicon Joins JASP Team<@VM>SAIC Wins GSA Advisory Contract<@VM>Brown & Root Scores State Dept. Contract

Northrop Grumman Corp.'s Logicon unit has joined the contractor team working on the Joint Analytic Support Program for the Defense Supply Service in Washington.

The Herndon, Va., company will join Unisys and Teledyne Brown Engineering, both of Arlington, Va., Computing Technologies Inc. and Soza & Co., both of Fairfax, Va., and SRS Technologies, Bel Air, Md., in providing analysis capabilities to the Joint Staff and Unified and Specified Commanders in Chief. Logicon will contribute technical aspects needed for conducting war games, developing and improving analytical models, techniques and procedures used in various studies and analysis.

The Joint Analytic Support Program consists of one base year and four one-year options, and has a potential value of more than $118 million.

Science Applications International Corp., San Diego, won a $20 million General Services Administration Environmental Advisory Services contract under the Federal Supply Schedule program to provide all branches of the U.S. government with a wide range of environmental services. This contract lasts for five years, with one five-year option.

Under the contract, SAIC will provide environmental planning and documentation, environmental compliance, waste management and environmental/occupational training services. This will include providing environmental impact statements and assessments under the National Environmental Policy Act, pollution prevention surveys, environmental management systems, waste characterizations studies, environmental compliance audits and Occupational Safety and Health Administration health and safety training courses.

Dallas-based Brown & Root Services, a division of Halliburton Co., won a State Department contract, worth as much as $100 million, to perform fast-track delivery of security improvements at U.S. embassies and consulates throughout the world.

The two-year contract, with one additional option year, requires Brown & Root to perform physical security and technical security systems surveys, followed by detailed design, construction and installation of improved systems for up to 150 facilities throughout the world. The contract will require simultaneous survey and small capital construction work at a multitude of international locations.

Brown & Root Services will provide the equipment, people, communication and technical expertise to execute security/infrastructure improvements at each location. Security upgrade plans for 50 state department locations already are under way.

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