Contract Roundup

CDW Government Inc., Herndon, Va., won a one-year contract from the Army Network Enterprise Technology Command to provide Cingular and T-Mobile wireless devices. The contract has no ceiling, but individual orders cannot be for more than $5 million.  CDW-G also is one of 30 companies that won spots on Massachusetts' $64 million, seven-year IT products and services contract. CDW-G will be the sole provider of Palm One Personal Digital Assistant models under the mobile computing equipment category. 

Computer Sciences Corp. won a 57-month, $199 million blanket purchase agreement under the Army's Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems' Product Lifecycle Management Plus program to integrate the service's field logistics system with its national logistics system.  CSC also won a four-year, $16 million contract from the Transportation Security Administration to provide adjudication support services to TSA's Office of Transportation Vetting and Credentialing. 

CSSI Inc. of Washington won a five-year, $28 million contract from the Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center to provide technical support for air traffic control, meteorology and oceanographic electronic systems and equipment. 

DRS Technologies Inc., Parsippany, N.J., won a $21.3 million order from the Army to provide rugged computer systems for tanks and Bradley Fighting vehicles in Force XXI Battle Command, Brigade and Below program units in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. 

EDS Corp. won a seven-year, $189.1 million contract from Wisconsin to develop and implement a new Medicaid management infomation system for the state's Health and Family Services Department. EDS also won a 10-year, $110 million subcontract from Pearson Government Solutions Inc., to support consolidation of the Education Department's student aid systems. 

General Dynamics Corp. won a $10 million Navy contract to supply seven photonics mast workstations, as well as engineering services supporting their development, field maintenance and modification for installation in Virginia-class submarines. 

Hewlett-Packard Co. won a seven-year, $340 million contract from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to upgrade the IT infrastructure, including the ministry's secure global IT desktop network, Firecrest, for all ministry locations in the United Kingdom and overseas.

L-3 Communications Holdings Inc., New York, won a $13.3 million follow-on contract from the Navy to build the first P-3C Tactical Operational Readiness Trainer to let Orion crews practice acquiring and communicating information from sensor systems.

Maximus Inc., Reston, Va., won a 14-month, $12.5 million contract with a one-year, $9.8 million option from the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District to oversee a large-scale enterprise resource planning project.

Megadata Corp., Greenwich, Conn., won a contract to supply collaborative decision-making software to Washington Dulles International Airport. The airport, airlines and the Federal Aviation Administration will use the software.

NCI Information Systems Inc., Reston, Va., won a four-year, $4.3 million contract under the Air Force's Network-Centric Solution Program to provide onsite technical services to the service's 10th Medical Group, Colorado Springs, Colo. 

Northrop Grumman Corp. won a $142 million follow-on contract from the Missile Defense Agency for systems engineering, planning and logistics support for its Airborne Laser boost-phase missile defense program.
Northrop Grumman also won a five-year, $46.9 million follow-on contract from the Army Space and Missile Command to operate and maintain lasers and facility support systems used to test the effects of lasers against physical threats. Northrop Grumman also won an order for more than $33 million from the Air Force Electronic Systems Center to provide integrated security solutions to bases in Iraq, Kuwait, Afghanistan and Qatar.  

SRA International Inc., Fairfax, Va., won a $59.9 million task order from the Health and Human Services Department, under the National Institutes of Health Chief Information Officer -- Solutions and Partners 2 Innovations contract, to manage and monitor HHS' expanded Federal Parent Locator Service system.

Unisys Corp. won a three-year, $9.5 million contract from the Australian state of Victoria to provide managed desktop and network services to the IT infrastructures of two departments. Unisys also won a two-year, $6.1 million contract from the Virginia State Board of Elections to implement and provide systems integration and ongoing support for the Virginia Election and Registration Information System.

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