Northrop Grumman Corp., Los Angeles, won a contract to provide information technology services to assist the Joint Forces Command with future requirements. The indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract is worth $5.3 million, but could be worth $28.3 million to Northrop Grumman's Information Technology sector if four one-year options are exercised.

Aether Systems Inc., Owings Mills, Md., won a contract worth more than $7 million from the Pennsylvania State Police for wireless public safety software and systems. Aether Systems will provide its PacketCluster Patrol and PacketWriter wireless products for installation in 1,600 patrol vehicles. The devices will give state troopers wireless access to criminal records, dispatch, report writing and messaging applications designed to improve productivity and enhance safety.

Ciber Inc., McLean, Va., won a one-year, $1.45 million project from the Colorado Department of Transportation to upgrade the traffic surveillance and control system for the Hanging Lake Tunnel on Interstate 70. The upgrade will enable department employees to know whether a vehicle has entered but not exited the tunnel. The firm also won a five-year, multimillion-dollar IT services support contract from the Army Corps of Engineers.
Anteon International Corp., Fairfax, Va., won two contracts worth nearly $35 million for a range of technical and engineering services to the Navy and Air Force. Under a five-year, $24.5 million contract with the Naval Sea Systems Command, Anteon will provide services such as logistics modernization support and application of off-the-shelf technology to modernize Navy undersea warfare systems. Under a five-year, $10 million contract, the company will support the Air Force Sensors Technology Applications, Development and Evaluation program.

Hewlett-Packard Co., Palo Alto, Calif., will provide more than $35 million worth of new HP desktop and notebook personal computers to the Internal Revenue Service to support the agency's modernization effort.

Four companies won a General Services Administration contract to conduct online reverse auctions for federal agencies. The auction service will be available through GSA's Web site. The winners are B2E Markets Inc., Rockville, Md.; Computer Information Specialist Inc., Silver Spring, Md.; Orbis Online Inc., San Antonio; and NB Ventures Global eProcure, Clark, N.J. The indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract award is worth up to $20 million over five years.

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