Contract Roundup

BAE Systems won a five-year, $51 million contract from the Army to provide logistical support and services to the Hawaii garrison. BAE Systems of Farnborough, U.K., will provide support in maintenance, transportation, supply and services for organizations attached to the Army Pacific and the Pacific Basin.

Computer Sciences Corp. won a three-year, $47 million contract from the General Services Administration to provide integrated e-learning, knowledge management and information technology support to the Defense Acquisition University. CSC of El Segundo, Calif., will provide computer-based training support, operate and maintain the university's learning management system, transition the DoD Acquisition Deskbook to a new knowledge management system, modify interactive multimedia instruction courseware and provide IT and network support.

Harris Corp. of Melbourne, Fla., won a one-year contract worth $43 million to provide operations and maintenance services for the Air Force Satellite Control Network's communications functions at Schriever Air Force Base, Colo., and Onizuka Air Force Station, Calif. The contract, called Mission Communications Operations and Maintenance, has options that could raise its value to $355 million by 2009.

Accenture Ltd. of Hamilton, Bermuda, won a five-year, $18.5 million contract from Pennsylvania to provide a statewide uniform registry of electors. The general assembly is providing $8.5 million to launch the project along with $2 million annually for ongoing systems development and maintenance.

SI International Inc., McLean, Va., won a prime contract with the Army Civilian Personnel Policy Office worth up to $36 million over five years. SI will provide automation support to the Office of the Assistant G-1 for Civilian Personnel Policy.

Integrated Resource Technologies Inc., Springfield, Va., won a $15.6 million contract to provide administrative support to the Defense Intelligence Agency at various locations throughout the country. McNeil Technologies Inc., also of Springfield, will work as a subcontractor.

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