Contract roundup

Accenture Ltd., Hamilton, Bermuda, won a $10 million contract to modernize and deploy inventory functions of the Army and Air Force Exchange Service's global merchandising system.

Anteon International Corp., Fairfax, Va., won a five-year, $15.5 million contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, to provide engineering and technical services for evaluating ship survivability.

Aspen Systems Corp., Rockville, Md., won a $71 million contract from the Justice Department to continue operating the National Criminal Justice Reference Service and to supply clearinghouse information services.

Computer Sciences Corp., El Segundo, Calif., won a $200 million modification from the Homeland Security Department for wireless priority service for the agency's national emergency communications system. The win is in addition to the original contract, announced March 3, worth $81 million.

Covansys Corp., Farmington Hills, Mich., won a $2.8 million contract from the Rhode Island Secretary of State to provide a centralized voter registration system.

General Dynamics Corp., Needham, Mass., won a $9.8 million order for an integrated, high-bandwidth network system for the combat information transport system at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio.

L-3 Communications Corp., New York, won a five-year, $179 million task order from the Army Communications-Electronics Command to provide software engineering and support to the command's Software Engineering Center and Fire Support Software Engineering groups at Fort Sill, Okla.

Lockheed Martin Corp., Bethesda, Md., won a $47.8 million contract for an interoperable, integrated suite of software tools that pull together data from Military Health System medical applications for the Defense Department's Theater Medical Information Program.

Maximus Inc., Reston, Va., won a $5.4 million contract from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to support the agency's new Medicare pharmacy discount drug card program. 

Northrop Grumman Corp. of Los Angeles won two Defense Department contracts. Under a joint analytical support contract worth up to $220 million over five years, the company's Herndon, Va., Information Technology unit will continue providing onsite analytical support to the Joint Staff and Combatant Commands. The $21 million follow-on Professional Control Force contract from the Air Force is to continue providing modeling and simulation training to battle staff.

The Oak Ridge National Laboratory of Oak Ridge, Tenn., won a $25 million grant from the Energy Department to build the world's fastest computer, capable of 50 trillion floating-point operations per second. It will cost between $150 million and $200 million and be operational within five years.

Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego won a contract worth up to $10.3 million to improve interoperability of the NATO Headquarters' Supreme Allied Commander Transformation Experimentation Campaign.

SI International Inc., Reston, Va., won a two-year, $2.9 million contract to support the Defense Information Systems Agency in defining and developing the Defense Department's transition to Internet Protocol version 6.

Wireless Facilities Inc. of San Diego won a two-year contract worth up to $29.6 million from the Defense Department's Technical Support Working Group for continued development and deployment of tactical intelligence and navigational aid databases for first responders.

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