Contract roundup

Four teams led by Accenture Ltd., Computer Sciences Corp., IBM Corp. and Northrop Grumman Corp. won contracts totaling $18.6 million from the Health and Human Services Department to develop prototypes for a nationwide health information network architecture.

Accenture Ltd. won a $39.9 million, four-year contract from the New Jersey Labor and Workforce Development Department to implement the state's new Unemployment Compensation Claimant and Employer Service System.

Accenture also won a $25 million, three-year contract from the Georgia Human Resources Department to build a statewide, automated child-welfare system.

The company won a $6.3 million contract from the Defense Logistics Agency to replace the technical data repository in the agency's Product Data Management Initiative and design business processes.

Adesta LLC, Omaha, Neb., won a $5.5 million contract from the Maryland Port Administration to design and install a security system using low-light cameras, fiber-optic links and video analytics to protect the Port of Baltimore.

Anteon International Corp., Fairfax, Va., won a $26.9 million, five-year contract from the Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command for engineering and program management support.

Apptis Inc., Chantilly, Va., under the NetCents procurement vehicle won a $100 million, five-year contract from the Air Force to provide an intrabuilding distribution network for Air Force facilities in the Pacific.

BearingPoint Inc., McLean, Va., won a $45 million, three-year contract from the U.S. Agency for International Development to work with Afghanistan's private sector to expand production, jobs and income, and set up recruitment and training programs for new civil service employees.

BearingPoint also won a $21 million, four-year contract from the Air Force Materiel Command for modernization of the command's purchasing and supply-chain management, and to lead efforts around its Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Immersion Training.

Boeing Co. of Chicago; Lockheed Martin Corp. of Bethesda, Md., and Northrop Grumman Corp. of Los Angeles each won a $10 million, 16-month contract from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for work on the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R program for weather forecasting.

Boeing awarded Harris Corp., Melbourne, Fla., a $2.8 million, six-month contract to design and develop the ground segment of NOAA's GOES-R.

Boeing also won a $24 million contract from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency to provide imagery services, including assembling geospatial feature data of high security risk areas worldwide, and produce detailed maps of cities in Iraq and Southeast Asia.

CACI International Inc., Arlington, Va., won an $8 million, three-year contract from the Navy Inventory Control Point to supply technical and business consulting services to the Commander of Navy Installations.

Communications Technologies Inc., Chantilly, Va., won a $5.7 million, multiyear contract from the Army to continue supporting the Military Postal Services Agency and working on design and integration of the 21st Century Automated Military Postal System IT platform.

Computer Sciences Corp. won a $35 million, two-year, three-month contract from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to continue supporting its National Flood Insurance Program.

Constella Group LLC, Durham, N.C., won a $21 million, five-year contract from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences to provide statistical and computer support to the National Toxicology Program. The award combines two contracts for statistical and computer support that Constella Group has held since 1986 and 2000, respectively.

Dynamics Research Corp., Andover, Mass., won a $7.9 million, five-year contract from the Air Force Air Mobility Command to re-engineer key operations and procedures of the command's air mobility operations worldwide.

Identix Inc., Minnetonka, Minn., won orders worth $4 million from the State Department to supply and integrate additional biometric search engines into the department's recently launched visa-processing programs.

L-3 Communications Inc. of New York won a $22 million, four-year, three-month contract from the National Security Agency to provide process engineering and technical support in requirements analysis, scheduling and subject matter expertise.

Lockheed Martin Corp. won a $120 million contract from the U.S. Postal Service to continue improving the automated systems for recognizing handwritten and machine-printed addresses on mail, the Remote Computer Reader system, which it has deployed at 350 mail processing and distribution centers.

M/A-Com, Lowell, Mass., won a $4.7 million contract from the Navy to build a land mobile radio network based on its P25 Trunked IP Communications System to let the military and local jurisdictions in four states communicate with each other through a single network.

McDonald Bradley Inc., Herndon, Va., won an $8.1 million contract from the Defense Intelligence Agency to create a global data architecture to support intelligence information sharing across Defense Department intelligence organizations.

Project Performance Corp., McLean, Va., won a $10.2 million, five-year contract from the Energy Department to continue systems development and analytical program support services for the Office of Environmental Management.

Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego won a $154 million, three-year contract from the Defense Department to provide on-site maintenance and 24-hour monitoring of key military health-care applications such as the Composite Health Care System.

Science Dynamics Corp., Pennsauken, N.J., won a $5 million, six-year contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency to provide technical and architectural support to the agency's communications systems.

SiloSmashers Inc., Fairfax, Va., won two three-year contracts worth $9.7 million from the Interior Department to help merge the agency's National Business Center with GovWorks' Federal Acquisition Center. A $4.5 million award is for business strategic planning, and a $5.2 million award is for project management support.

Tyler Technologies Inc. of Dallas won a $4.5 million contract from Clark County, Nev., to implement and support its Odyssey case management software for the 8th Judicial District Court, the Office of the Clark County Clerk and the Las Vegas Justice Court.

Unisys Corp. won a $100 million, five-year contract from the Health and Human Services Department to guide the department toward IT standardization and support 8,000 HHS employees across eight operating divisions.

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