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FedBizBeat congratulates the following hard-earned contract wins. These top military and government contractors, listed in alphabetical order, made headlines with their awards in April 2016.

 

CenturyLink was selected by DISA to be an authorized network services provider under its multi-year, $4 billion Global Network Services (GNS) contract.

Data Systems Analysts, Inc. (DSA) was awarded a Database Administration and Software Maintenance (DBASM) task order under the DISA ENCORE II contract, by the National Ground Intelligence Center.

Engineering Solutions & Products, LLC won a $25 million integrated logistics support contract by the Army Project Manager Tactical Radios.

LGS Innovations was awarded a four-year, $11.2 million contract to develop a laser-based system for detecting chemical residue.

MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB) won multiple defensive cyber contracts and task orders totaling over $45 million. The contracts and task orders support classified DoD and U.S. federal customers around the globe.

MacB won a $14 million task order contract supporting the Special Operations Command Europe and Special Operations Command Africa.

NCI, Inc. was awarded a five-year, $25 million agile services BPA through the GSA and its 18F Consulting Group.

Salient CRGT was awarded a $16.8 million contract by the Administrative Office of the United States Courts Technology Solutions Office.

Sevatec, Inc. won a Consolidated Asset Portfolio and Sustainability Information System (CAPSIS) data warehouse and business intelligence contract under its DHS Eagle II contract.

Unisys Corporation’s Service Management Government Cloud program was selected by the GSA for its pilot program to speed the FedRAMP process.