AT&T Government Solutions
of Vienna, Va., won a $14 million, five-month subcontract under the Defense Department's Global Information Grid - Bandwidth Expansion to install and test equipment.CACI International Inc.,
Arlington, Va., won a $73 million, three-year contract from the Navy to provide program management and technical services.CDW Government Inc.
, Herndon, Va., won an $11 million, three-year enterprise software agreement with the Navy to deliver Microsoft software for the Naval Network Warfare Command's One-Net overseas enterprise network outside the United States.CGI-AMS Inc.
, Fairfax, Va., won a $2.7 million contract from the IRS to implement its Computer Assisted Collection System for Government software in the first phase of the agency's Filing and Payment Compliance initiative.DataPath Inc.
, Duluth, Ga., won a $17.5 million Army contract for 14 Joint Network Node Satellite Communication Trailers and 38 Satellite Communication Battalion Command Post Node Trailers. Harris Corp.
, Melbourne, Fla., won a $6.6 million Army research and development contract to develop and demonstrate the Jigsaw Laser Radar 3D-imaging test-bed system for use on an unmanned aerial vehicle.Northrop Grumman Corp.
of Los Angeles won a $124 million, three-year contract from the Air Force Electronic Systems Center for development and integration support for the Joint Interface Control Officer Support System to manage complex tactical networks.Northrop Grumman
also won a $122 million Navy contract to develop a common suite of software that integrates tactical data links and IP connectivity on aircraft, ships and ground vehicles. Pragmatics Inc.
, McLean, Va., won a $65 million, five-year contract from the Homeland Security Department's Customs and Border Protection agency to test the Automated Commercial System, the precursor to a new customs processing system.Serco Inc.
, Vienna, Va., won a $48 million, three-year contract from the Army to continue providing services to the Army Career and Alumni Program, which offers transition and job assistance to military personnel returning to civilian life.ViaSat Inc.
, Carlsbad, Calif., won a $60 million task order from the Naval Warfare Systems Command to provide the San Diego Navy command with multifunctional information distribution system terminals, including airborne and ground-based low volume terminals.