AWARDS

Chrysler Technologies. An $11.4 million award for a Global Positioning System. Wr-Alc/Pkxoa, 235 Byron St., Robins Air Force Base, Ga. 31098-1611.

ECS Technologies Inc. A $3.5 million award for computer-integrated systems design. Navy, NAWCAD Contracts Competency Division, MS32, 22541 Millstone Rd., Patuxent River, Md. 20670-5304.

FDC Technologies Inc. A $1.8 million award for the purchase of computer hardware and software. Oc-Alc/Dir. of Aircraft, 7180 Reserve Road, Tinker Air Force Base, Okla. 73145-3020.

Odyssey Research Associates Inc. A $346,932 award for security tools for information protection. Rome Laboratory/PK, 26 Electronic Parkway, Rome, N.Y. 13441-4514.

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