Contract roundup

Six companies won contracts from the Navy worth
a total of $256.1 million to provide education and
training services to the Navy's Manpower, Personnel,
Training and Education Enterprise program.

Winners: Carley Corp., Orlando, Fla.: $45.9 million;
EG&G Technical Services Inc., Gaithersburg,
Md.: $41.5 million; General Dynamics Corp.
Information Technology Sector, Falls Church, Va.:
$46.3 million; Lockheed Martin Corp., Bethesda,
Md.: $36.7 million; Raytheon Technology
Services Co., Indianapolis: $42.6 million; and
Technical Software Services Inc., Pensacola, Fla.:
$43.1 million.

CACI INTERNATIONAL INC.

Arlington, Va.

Value: $62 million over three years

Agency: Army

Details: Strengthen command, control, communications,
computers, intelligence, surveillance and
reconnaissance capabilities of the Quick Reaction
and Battle Command Support Division of the Army
Communications-Electronics Command's Research,
Development and Engineer Center's Command
and Control Directorate at Fort Monmouth, N.J.

ITT CORP.

White Plains, N.Y.

Value: $117 million over two years

Agency: Navy

Details: Install Soldier Radio Waveform software
on joint tactical radios for the Navy.

SCIENCE APPLICATIONS
INTERNATIONAL CORP.


San Diego

Value: $410 million

Agency: Army

Details: Consolidate the IT infrastructure that supports
the Army's personnel systems and human
resources activities.

MANTECH INTERNATIONAL CORP.

Fairfax, Va.

Value: $151 million over five years

Agency: Naval Sea Systems Command

Details: Help the Ship Maintenance and Logistics
Support Information Systems Program develop lifecycle
planning, documentation, program management
and control, testing, training and deployment.

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