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NRC awards support contract

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced July 30 that it has awarded OAO Corp. and Force 3 Inc. a two-year, multimillion-dollar award from the Comprehensive Information Systems Support Consolidation contract (CISSCO II). Under this delivery order, OAO and Force 3 will provide operational support and maintain NRC's application systems and environment.

OAO is a provider of aerospace and information technology products and specializes in enterprisewide solutions. Force 3 is a provider of network solutions. Both companies have done work for NRC, but this is the first time they will be combining their efforts for the commission, said Tim Carney, vice president of contract programs at Force 3.

BTG wins new round

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, provides a wide range of intelligence systems, technical services and operational support to defense and national intelligence agencies. 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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