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' The Navy awarded CACI International Inc. of Arlington, Va., a $20 million contract to provide engineering and logistical services to the service's fleet of cruisers, frigates and destroyers. The Navy expects the contract to help it lower costs and to allow surface battle groups to better communicate and coordinate activities.

' Navy employees in San Diego can fill out an online questionnaire to have their household goods moved anywhere in the United States.

SMART WebMove is available to sailors anywhere they have Internet access. The Navy is touting it as the first interactive program in the Defense Department to provide move application forms and tailored entitlements counseling online. The Naval Supply Systems Command sponsors the program.

' An Australian company last month won a subcontract to provide electronic records management for the Navy-Marine Corps Intranet. Tower Software received the deal from lead contractor Electronic Data Systems Corp.

'Dawn S. Onley

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