Contract Roundup

Anteon International Corp., Fairfax, Va., won a five-year blanket purchase agreement worth up to $10 million by the Defense Department's Office of the Comptroller. The company will support the department's Financial Management Modernization Program by designing the program's Web site, including restricted-access and open-access portions, to provide content for and communications about the program.

Bedminster, N.J.-based AT&T Corp.'s government unit won a five-year, $180 million Internal Revenue Service contract to provide toll-free 800 services for the 130 million calls made each year to the IRS.

En Pointe Technologies Inc., Los Angeles, won a three-year contract from Los Angeles County for computer products and services. Company officials declined to provide an estimated value of the contract, but said that they netted $25 million in fiscal 2002 from the previous contract. The new contract has two one-year options.

General Dynamics Corp., Falls Church, Va., won a $19.9 million contract to upgrade a signals intelligence system for the Army's Prophet, a tactical signals intelligence system that offers electronic surveillance and attack capabilities.

Motorola Inc., Schaumberg, Ill., won a $12.7 million contract from Anne Arundel County, Md., to provide the county with an integrated public safety system. The new system will enable police and fire departments throughout the county to communicate with each other and with other agencies, such as the Maryland State Police, when a response including several jurisdictions is required.

PEC Solutions Inc., Fairfax, Va., won a five-year, $5 million task order contract from the U.S. International Trade Commission to upgrade the agency's information technology infrastructure.

PeopleSoft, Pleasanton, Calif., won a $1.1 million contract with Indiana for a supplier relationship management solution to manage statewide procurement. Maximus Inc., Reston, Va., will provide systems integration for the contract worth $1.7 million.

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