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Here are the particulars of some closely watched contracts.

U.S. Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology (US-VISIT)

Description: Professional services related to immigration tracking

system.

Agency: Homeland Security Department.

Value: $380 million.

Duration: Five-year base plus five one-year options.

Timing: Award expected soon.

Security, Planning and Integrated Resources for Information Technology (SPIRIT)

Description: Range of IT services.

Agency: DHS.

Value: $5 billion.

Duration: Five years.

Timing: Request for proposals expected this month.

NASA Shared Services Center A-76 competition

Description: Business and technical services.

Agency: NASA.

Value: Undetermined.

Duration: Five-year base plus two one-year options.

Timing: RFP expected in July 2004.

Electronically Managed Enterprise Resources for Government Efficiency and Effectiveness (EMERGE2)

Description: A set of enterprise solutions to address financial management, budget, acquisition and asset management requirements.

Agency: DHS.

Value: Undetermined.

Duration: Undetermined.

Timing: RFP expected in June 2004.

Treasury Communications Enterprise

Description: Data services.

Agency: Treasury Department.

Value: $1 million.

Duration: Three-year base plus seven one-year options.

Timing: RFP released earlier this month. Award expected in September.

Source: Input

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