Datastream: Contract roundup
, won a $537 million, 10-year contract from the Army's Program Executive
Office for Enterprise Information Systems to develop a consolidated financial
management system for active, Reserve and National Guard units.
Affiliated Computer Services Inc. of
won a $24 million, seven-year contract from the New Jersey Human Services
Department for electronic benefits transfer services.
AT&T Corp.'s government solutions unit in
, won a $26 million, 22-month contract extension to continue providing video
teleconferencing for the Defense Department.
BAE Systems North America Inc.,
, won a $12.5 million contract from NASA to develop extreme-temperature
technology for semiconductor devices.
, won a $6 million contract from
to implement its AMS Advantage 3 Financial Management and Procurement solutions
in a statewide deployment beginning July 2006.
ChoicePoint Inc. of
won a $20 million, five-year contract from the IRS for use of its data tools to
do batch searches of the company's public records for information about a
person, asset or location.
, won a $1 million task order from the Agriculture Department for software
development, maintenance and support for database applications for its Farm
, won a $4.1 million contract from
, to provide a computer-aided dispatch and records management system for the
city's police and fire departments.
Dynamics Research Corp.,
, won a $2.5 million contract from the Marine Corps to work on secure, two-way
communications for the Tri-Service Tactical Switchboard.
DRC also won a $6 million contract from the Army for
analysis as part of Future Combat Systems training product development.
, won a $48 million, seven-year contract from
to implement and maintain a new Medicaid management system.
, won an $8 million contact from the Air Force for 9,885 customized enterprise
Gateway E-4300 desktops and services for bases around the globe.
General Dynamics Corp.,
, also won a $4.8 million contract from the Navy's Office of Naval Research to
develop and demonstrate a land-based automatic warehouse system to be used
L-3 Communications Inc. of New York won a $19 million
contract from the Air Force to upgrade the B-2A Spirit Aircrew training and
maintenance training systems to simulate real-time data exchange.
L-3 Communications Inc. subsidiary SYColeman Corp. of
Arlington, Va., Lincoln Group Corp. of Washington and Science Applications
International Corp. of San Diego were selected by the U.S. Special Operations
Command to compete for task orders under a $100 million, five-year contract to
devise media campaigns boosting the image of the United States and its military
abroad. The companies also will do media analysis for the Joint Psychological
Operations Support and other agencies.
, won a $168 million, 10-year contract from
to provide a full range of customer services for the state's MassHealth
, won a $48.9 million, five-year contract under the General Services
Administration's SmartBuy program from the Homeland Security Department for
Oracle Corp. products and services.
, won a $752 million contract from the Air Force to provide an early warning
surveillance radar system to
to let its air force detect and track long- and short-range ballistic missiles,
cruise missiles and surface ships.
SRA International Inc.,
, won an $80 million, six-year task order under the IT Support Services-3
contract from the Justice Department for IT systems and services for the Office
of Justice Programs' Grants Management System and the Integrated Financial
Management Information System.