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  • Software deal. The Naval Undersea Warfare Center has awarded a $30 million contract to Computer Sciences Corp. to provide software engineering support for the Navy Training Management and Planning System.

    Under the eight-year, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract, CSC will operate and maintain the center and provide data and applications research.

  • Stiff competition. Six teams have been chosen to compete for task order awards under the Air Force's Contracted Advisory and Assistance Services II program.

    Under the five-year, IDIQ contract, valued at $300 million, teams will compete for a range of jobs, including engineering and technical services, management duties, and studies and analyses at the Air Combat Command at Langley Air Force Base, Va., and at other bases.

    The command operates fighters, bombers and reconnaissance aircraft as well as command, control, communications and intelligence systems.

    The contract winners are B3H Corp. of Shalimar, Fla.; Litton Industries Inc.; MacAulay Brown Inc. of Dayton, Ohio; Management Technologies Inc. of Troy, Mich.; Science Applications International Corp. of San Diego and TRW Inc.

  • Approved. An organization formed by the National Security Agency and the National Institute of Standards and Technology granted Booz, Allen & Hamilton of McLean, Va., approval to operate a Common Criteria Testing Laboratory.

    The National Information Assurance Partnership, a collaboration of NSA and NIST, approved a lab run by Booz Allen in Linthicum, Md., to evaluate the security of commercial IT products.

  • Contract award. Vredenburg of Reston, Va., received a $7.5 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for IT services to its SeaPort system.

    The contract supports the Undersea Defensive Warfare Systems Program Office within NAVSEA's program executive office for submarines. Vredenburg will provide engineering, program, acquisition and financial management, integrated logistics support and foreign military sales support to the system.

    The focus of the contract is to help the Navy meet its cost goals for supplying the submarine and surface fleet with warfare systems and to evaluate emerging technologies.
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