BTG wins new round of contracts

BTG Inc. has won new and extended contracts from U.S. defense and intelligence customers that have a combined estimated revenue of $34.4 million over five years, the company announced July 31. Specific details about the agencies and the contracts could not be disclosed under terms of the agreements.

BTG, a government systems integrator based in Fairfax, Va., provides a wide range of intelligence systems, technical services and operational support to defense and national intelligence agencies. The company's specializations include:

* Enterprise management support.

* Modeling and simulation.

* Surveillance and reconnaissance.

* Information and infrastructure security.

BTG's federal customers include the Army, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the U.S. Special Operations Command and the Justice Department.

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