Wednesday Wins

This week, GTEC inked a $94 million deal with U.S. Navy, and DLT, BAE, Harris won Air Force contracts.

General Dynamics, Booz Allen, L-3 signed Navy deals, and Alion Science won a $2 billion Software, Networks, Information, Modeling and Simulation contract from the Department of Defense.

Raytheon nabbed a $21.8 million contract from the Air Force to modify to the Joint Environmental Toolkit program for next-generation weather systems, while Harris won an eight-month deal to support the Veterans Health Administration’s effort to meet the new standards of the HIPAA.

SAIC penned a follow-on Seaport-e task order with the Naval Surface Warfare Center, and Alion won a $3 million contract from the Army.

Digital Management won a 5-year, $288 Million Application Product Lines Enterprise Services contract from the USCG Operations Systems Center, and Harris and BAE inked Army deals.

Additionally, Northrop Grumman, Boeing, DCS, BAE and Lockheed are going to split a $900 million Air Force software deal.

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