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This week, Alion booked a deal to help Special Operations Forces in the field.

QinetiQ North America was awarded the Engineering Services Contract for NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, valued at $1.9 billion.

L-3 grabbed a trio of deals worth more than $1 billion.

Keane Federal Systems became the latest firm to win a spot on the FBI’s $30 billion IT Triple S contract vehicle.

G&B Solutions has a deal in place to subcontract IT services to CSC as it provides IT support to the Social Security Administration under a $2.8 billion ID/IQ contract.

Raytheon picked up a $32.4 million Navy deal for engineering and manufacturing development of the BRU-69/A Multi-Purpose Bomb Rack system.

CSC picked up contracts from the FAA to work on the System Engineering 2020 program, a piece of the larger Next Generation Air Transportation System initiative to overhaul America’s airspace.

Sevatec wrapped up a strong third quarter with contract wins from the Department of Defense, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Veterans Affairs, National Institute of Standards and Technology, and Department of Transportation.

AMERICAN SYSTEMS won a prime spot on an ID/IQ contract for the U.S. Army HR Solutions Program Office’s for the Personnel Support Services Service Area.

Wyle claimed an Army contract to support the Unmanned Aircraft Systems  Project Office.

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