Wednesday Wins

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This week, BAE Systems signed a contract with the FBI to provide critical information security safeguards, including certification and accreditation.

General Dynamics won a $68 million contract to provide Abrams Tank systems technical support for the U.S. Army TACOM Lifecycle Management Command.

Lockheed Martin picked up a $10 million contract from the Navy to produce software that will provide MH-60R and MH-60S multi-mission helicopter aircrews the ability to preplan missions.

CACI won a $27 million task order contract to support the Operations and Training Division of the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization.

Alion Science and Technology booked a $3.6 million task order to improve the Army’s  information capabilities with technical engineering support.

USIS picked up a deal from the Army to facilitate computerized fingerprint records from Army Recruiting Commands to the FBI and back to the Army.

Lockheed Martin was named to a position on the newly issued $2.8 billion, seven-year indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract to support IT operations for the Social Security Administration.

Northrop Grumman snapped up a trio of defense orders.

Harris, ITT and Booz Allen Hamilton collected valuable contracts.

SAIC scored a billion-dollar DLA contract.

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