Logicon Team Takes Army Award<@VM>Justice Gives Award to Bell <@VM>Unitech Wins MOBIS Contract<@VM>Navy Picks DRS Technologies<@VM>Comptek Hauls in Navy Contract<@VM>Harris Wins Marine Radio Work
The Army has awarded a team led by Logicon, a Northrop Grumman Corp. division in Herndon, Va., a $214 million contract to continue its support of the Army's Battle Command Training Program at Fort Leavenworth, Kan.
Logicon has supported the battle command since 1987. The new contract calls for one base year and four one-year options. Under the contract, Logicon will support Army simulation-driven warfighter exercises.
The Logicon team includes Coleman Research Corp., Fairfax, Va., and Science Applications International Corp., San Diego.
Bell Atlantic Federal, Washington, won a $125 million contract from the Department of Justice to provide telecommunications services in the Washington metropolitan area. The Washington Area Switch Program 2 contract is for three base years, plus seven one-year options.
Under the contract, Bell Atlantic Federal will provide nearly 32,000 Centrex lines to more than 50 Justice Department locations. The company also will be responsible for the provisioning and maintenance of all wire and cable, voice-mail services, audio conferencing, attendant consoles and call-center management.
Universal Systems and Technology Inc., Fairfax, Va., won a five-year contract through the General Services Administration to provide management, organizational and business improvement services.
Under the MOBIS contract, the company, also known as Unitech, will provide facilitation, consultation and training services, as well as introductions to new technology solutions as related to business and process improvement for federal government agencies. The company also will help agencies implement interactive multimedia instruction.
The MOBIS contract is an unlimited delivery-order contract available to all federal agencies and departments.
ystems Group, Gaithersburg, Md., won two Navy contracts worth a combined $3.3 million. Both awards are associated with the Navy's Mobile In-shore Undersea Warfare program and are the result of exercised options on existing contracts.
Under the first award, which is valued at $2.2 million, DRS will provide light array subsystems. For the second award, valued at $1.1 million, the company will provide spare parts for the AN/SQR-17A Sonar Signal Processing System, which is installed in some Navy surveillance vans.
Comptek Research Inc., Buffalo, N.Y., won a $2.1 million contract extension from the Naval Air Systems Command in Patuxent River, Md., to build and deliver a Mobile Remote Emitter Simulator system. This is the second MRES system built by Comptek. The original contract, worth $4.9 million, was awarded March 30.
With options to build up to four MRES systems, the total contract could be worth $17.8 million.
Harris Corp., Melbourne, Fla., won a two-year, $55 million contract to help establish a wireless, national marine communications network that would enable boaters throughout the country to place phone calls, send and receives faxes and check e-mail from a next-generation marine radio.
Harris was awarded the contract from MariTel, the nation's leading provider of VHF marine wireless telecommunications. Under the contract, Harris will provide hardware and software, tower-site electronics, radio direction finders, system integration and support services.