Contract roundup

Six companies were selected to compete for work under the U.S. Agency for International Development's AIDS Support and Technical Assistance Resources program.

Value: $200 million over 5 years

Contract winners: Abt Associates Inc., Cambridge, Mass.; BearingPoint Inc., McLean, Va.; Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., McLean, Va.; Management Science for Health Inc., Cambridge, Mass.; Social Sectors Development Strategies Inc., Boston; and Training Resources Group Inc., Arlington, Va.

Alion Science and Technology Corp.

McLean, Va.

Value: Three contracts for $86.6 million over 5 years

Agency: Navy Warfare Development Command

Details: Support the Joint Semi-Automated Forces Program and other initiatives.

Centuria Corp.

Sterling, Va.

Value: $70 million over 5 years

Agency: Forest Service

Details: Enhance and support the Forest Service I-Web Program's 40 custom software applications, including program management, life cycle software development, training and help-desk support.

EDS corp.

Value: $100.8 million over 73 months

Agency: Ohio

Details: Design, develop and install a next-generation Medicaid information technology system to provide IT services to Ohio's 43,000 Medicaid providers and 1.7 million recipients, and provide the state with vital data about health care trends and Medicaid population medical needs.

Northrop Grumman Corp.

Los Angeles

Value: $37 million over 5 years

Agency: Army's Northern Region Contracting Center

Details: Train warfighters at Fort Leavenworth, Kan.

Northrop Grumman

Los Angeles

Value: $635.8 million over 6 years

Agency: Navy

Details: Provide a technical demonstration of unmanned combat air systems to determine whether unmanned aerial vehicles are suitable for aircraft carriers.

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