Wednesday Wins: The Biggest Government Contract Awards of the Week

This week saw a major visa award worth almost $3 billion split between CSC and Stanley Associates.

Lockheed signed a trio of deals, one to build IED Jammers, one to work on Apache night vision and target acquisition systems and an engineering design deal.

CSC got their hands on a DOD IT deal, BAE won a PSA option for the USS Wayne E. Meyer and Raytheon signed a Patriot support deal.

Progeny Systems signed a Navy information assurance contract, while General Dynamics won a Super Hornet computer deal.

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