Top Systems Integration Contracts (FY96)

November 1996


Top Systems Integration Contracts (Fiscal 1996)

(FISCAL 1996)

Defense Enterprise Integration Services II
Agency: DISA
Value: $3 billion
Companies: BDM, Boeing, CSC,
EDS, Lockheed Martin and Unisys
Awarded: August 1996

High Performance Computing
Agency: Defense
Value: $500 million
Companies: E-Systems, Nichols Research,
Northrop Grumman
Awarded: August 1996

DREN Intersite Services Contract
Agency: Defense
Value: $430 million
Company: AT&T
Awarded: July 1996

Integrated Maintenance Data System
Agency: Air Force
Value: $73 million
Company: Andersen Consulting
Awarded: July 1996

Justice Consolidated Office Network
Agency: Justice
Value: $200 million
Company: GTE
Awarded: March 1996

C3I Test, Evaluation and Integration
Agency: Army
Value: $371 million
Company: Computer Sciences Corp.
Awarded: March 1996

Base Level Modernization II
Agency: Air Force
Value: $400 million
Company: Lockheed Martin
Awarded: August 1996

Air Force Standard Center Network
Agency: Air Force
Value: $35 million
Company: Lockheed Martin
Awarded: April 1996

Defense Support Program
Agency: Air Force
Value: $15 million
Company: TRW
Awarded: April 1996

Source: Federal Sources Inc.

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