, Fairfax, Va., won a five-year contract worth $10 million to provide advanced research and development support in acoustics and underwater shock for the Navy's Office of Naval Research.DynCorp
, Reston, Va., won a spot to compete on the General Services Administration's Logistics Worldwide Services contract vehicle. Known as LogWorld, the vehicle allows agencies to buy services such as supply and value chain management services, acquisition, distribution, transportation and deployment logistics, and logistics training services.Indus Corp.
, Vienna, Va., won a $55 million contract from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. Indus will migrate and Web-enable Goddard's legacy business applications and provide overall IT architecture, enterprise infrastructure and sustaining systems engineering for Goddard's business information systems that support scientists, engineers and administrative personnel.Information Systems Laboratories Inc.
, San Diego, won a $10 million contract from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to develop and maintain rigorous thermohydrolic models of nuclear power plants throughout the United States.National Information Consortium Inc.
, Overland Park, Kan., won a five-year, $5.5 million contract with the Federal Election Commission to provide an electronic filing system for the disclosure of campaign finances.Symantec Corp.
, Cupertino, Calif., won a contract for an undisclosed amount to provide Los Angeles County with Internet security solutions and managed security services. Vredenburg
, Reston, Va., won a $4.3 million contract to provide technical and management services to the Navy's mine warfare program. If options are exercised, the contract could be worth $19.6 million over five years.