Lync Migration Resource Center
A community of independent advocates and experts, accelerating the adoption of Microsoft Lync

Lync Migration Industry News Article

TMCNet:  Federal Contracts Awarded by Federal Agencies in Virginia (Aug. 23)

[August 23, 2013]

Federal Contracts Awarded by Federal Agencies in Virginia (Aug. 23)

(Targeted News Service Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) by DONABEL HARMS Targeted News Service WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 -- The following federal contracts were announced by federal agencies based in Virginia.

*** MILITARY $28.9 Million Federal Contract Awarded to Computer Sciences WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 -- Computer Sciences Corp., San Diego, was awarded a $28,897,021 federal contract by the Regional Contracting Office, National Capital Region, Quantico, Va., for information technology services to support the Technology Services Organization's requirements and its role as an enterprise business systems integrator for the Marine Corps. Places of performance will be in Indianapolis and Kansas City, Mo.

DODBT *** MILITARY $13.8 Million Federal Contract Awarded to Phantom Eagle WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 -- Phantom Eagle LLC., Hot Springs, Va., was awarded a $13,803,202 federal contract by the U.S. Air Combat Command Acquisition Management and Integration Center, Newport News, Va., for Air Operations Center weapons system test, experimentation and technical services. Place of performance will be in Langley Air Force Base, Va.

DODBT *** MILITARY $4.34 Million Federal Contract Awarded to Applied Systems Engineering WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 -- Applied Systems Engineering Inc., Niceville, Fla., won a $4,343,390 federal contract from the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command, Dahlgren, Va., for global positioning system receivers.

Contact: Kristy Himes, 540/284-0708, kristy.Himes@navy.mil. MIL5FCA5. Class66; NAICS334; NAICS334511.

*** MILITARY $1.06 Miilion Federal Contract Awarded to Hammer WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 -- Hammer Inc., Diamondhead, Miss., won a $1,059,660 federal contract from the Defense Logistics Agency's Defense Supply Center, Fort Belvoir, Va., for the operation and maintenance of bulk fuel facilities.

Contacts: Patricia M. Smith, 703/767-9331, patricia.smith@dla.mil; or Houston Baker, 703/767-9329, houston.baker@dla.mil. MIL5FCA5. ClassM; NAICS493; NAICS493190.

*** MILITARY $910,237 Federal Contract Awarded to Digital Management WASHINGTON, Aug. 24 -- Digital Management Inc., Bethesda, Md., won a $910,237.49 federal contract from the Defense Logistics Agency's Defense Supply Center, Fort Belvoir, Va., for management support services.

Contact: Bonnie Perry, 703/767-8184, bonnie.b.perry@dla.mil. MIL5FCA5. ClassR; NAICS541; NAICS541611.

*** MILITARY $686,405 Federal Contract Awarded to Mid-America Aviation WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 -- Mid-America Aviation, West Fargo, N.D., won a $686,404.60 federal contract from the Defense Logistics Agency's Defense Supply Center, Richmond, Va., for air shut off valves.

Contact: Claudette Atkins, 804/279-4920, claudette.atkins@dla.mil. MIL5FCA5. Class16; NAICS336; NAICS336411.

*** MILITARY $308,288 Federal Contract Awarded to CDW Government WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 -- CDW Government LLC, Vernon Hills, Ill., won a $308,287.80 federal contract from the U.S. Department of Defense's Washington Headquarters Services, Arlington, Va., for Hewlett-Packard printers and supplies.

Contact: Courtney Holbrook, 703/545-0699, courtney.l.holbrook.civ@mail.mil. MIL5FCA5. Class70; NAICS334; NAICS334118.

*** MILITARY $240,219 Federal Contract Awarded to Missouri State University WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 -- Missouri State University, Springfield, Mo., won a $240,219.40 federal contract from the Washington Headquarters Services, Arlington, Va., for education and training services.

Contact: Tonya Summerville, 703/545-1632, tonya.r.summerville.civ@mail.mil. MIL5FCA5. ClassU; NAICS611; NAICS611310.

*** MILITARY $141,500 Federal Contract Awarded to Vision Centric WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 -- Vision Centric Inc., Madison, Ala., won a $141,500 federal contract from the U.S. Washington Headquarters Services, Arlington, Va., for postulate U.S. space defense force structure options.

Contacts: Matthew O. Trangenstein, 703/545-3582, matthew.trangenstein@whs.mil; or Maurice C. Brown, 703/545-1010, maurice.brown@whs.mil. MIL5FCA5. ClassR; NAICS541; NAICS541720.

*** MILITARY $123,841 Federal Contract Awarded to Ace Computers WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 -- J.C. Technology Inc. dba Ace Computers, Arlington Heights, Ill., won a $123,840.86 federal contract from the U.S. Naval Supply Systems Command, Norfolk, Va., for desktop computers.

MIL5FCA5. Class70.

*** $673,625 Federal Contract Awarded to SLM Solutions N.A.

WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 -- SLM Solutions N.A. Inc., Novi, Mich., won a $673,625 federal contract from the NASA's Langley Research Center, Hampton, Va., for direct metal laser-sintering machine.

Contacts: Robert E. Quinn, 757/864-3054, robert.e.quinn@nasa.gov; or Sandra S. Ray, 757/864-1572, sandra.s.ray@nasa.gov. CIV5FCA5. Class36; NAICS333; NAICS333992.

*** $113,191 Federal Contract Awarded to Southern Materials WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 -- Southern Supply Co. Inc. dba Southern Materials Co., Springfield, Mo., won a $113,191.45 federal contract from the U.S. Department of State's Southern Asian and Central Asian Posts, Rosslyn, Va., for Fluke FTK-1000 MM fiber optic test kits.

Contact: Cynthia Tillman, 703/875-5867, tilmancl@state.gov. CIV5FCA5. Class70.

*** $83,430 Federal Contract Awarded to Astrophysics WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 -- Astrophysics Inc., Walnut, Calif., won an $83,430 federal contract from the U.S. Department of State's Office of Acquisitions, Arlington, Va., for Jordan X-ray systems.

Contact: Patrick Villegoureix-Ritaud, 703/875-5030, villegoureix-ritaudp@state.gov. CIV5FCA5. Class99.

*** $57,146 Federal Contract Awarded to W.I. Armaments WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 -- W.I. Armaments LLC, Plano, Texas, won a $57,146 federal contract from the U.S. Department of State's Office of Acquisitions, Arlington, Va., for tactical illuminators.

Contact: Patrick Villegoureix-Ritaud, 703/875-5030, villegoureix-ritaudp@state.gov. CIV5FCA5. Class62.

*** $51,519 Federal Contract Awarded to CDW-G WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 -- CCDW Government Inc. dba CDW-G, Vernon Hills, Ill., won a $51,518.80 federal contract from the U.S. Department of State's Office of Acquisition Management, Rosslyn, Va., for MiniTower personal computers.

Contact: Harry Lundy, 703/875-6014, lundyhe@state.gov. CIV5FCA5. Class70.

*** $50,000 Federal Contract Awarded to ERISS Corp.

WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 -- ERISS Corp., San Marcos, Calif., won a $50,000 federal contract from the U.S. Department of Commerce's National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Norfolk, Va., for a U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System maritime industry study.

Contacts: Carrie L. Perry, 757/441-6573, carrie.l.perry@noaa.gov; or Kolby Harold, 757/441-6577, kolby.harold@noaa.gov. CIV5FCA5. ClassR; NAICS541; NAICS541720.

*** $4,146 Federal Contract Awarded to Hitech Instruments WASHINGTON, Aug. 24 -- Hitech Instruments Inc., Pennsburg, Pa., won a $4,145.75 federal contract from the U.S. Department of the Interior's Geological Survey, Reston, Va., for Zeiss Stemi 2000C stereomicroscopes.

Contact: Cristina Vega, 703/648-7319, cvega@usgs.gov. CIV5FCA5. Class66.

For more information about Targeted News Service products and services, please contact: Myron Struck, editor, Targeted News Service LLC, Springfield, Va., 703/304-1897; editor@targetednews.com; http://targetednews.com.

-1136094 (c) 2013 Targeted News Service

[ Back To Lync Migration News 's Homepage ]


Resources

Case Studies

Ernst Basler & Partner
Resilient Voice Connectivity for a Global Multi-site Lync Deployment

Stellenbosch University
Connecting Microsoft Lync to Skype Connect SIP Trunking

Kennedy Center
An Integration Case Study with Enabling Technologies

Lancaster-Lebanon IU 13
An Integration Case Study with Enabling Technologies

New Belgium Brewing
Craft brewer migrates to Microsoft Lync and SIP Trunking with AudioCodes E-SBC

Broward College
Broward College, previously known as “Broward Community College”, is a higher education college located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, U.S., and part of the Florida College System. Established in 1959, the college was founded as part of a move to broaden Florida’s two-year community college system.