- The Washington Times - Monday, January 7, 2008

•McLean management-consulting services provider Aviel Systems Inc. said it won two task orders with a total value of $25 million to provide program-management software support to the Department of Homeland Security.

•Ashburn, Va., information-technology company Telos Corp. said it won $4.3 million in contracts to provide ruggedized laptops to the U.S. Air Force.

•Arlington information-technology company CACI International Inc. said it won a $12.5 million contract with the Department of Justice to expand booking and arrest tracking software.

•Stem-cell therapeutic research company Osiris TherapeuticsofColumbia, Md.,said it won a $224.7 million contractto develop protection from acute radiation syndrome for the Department of Defense.

•Bethesda asset-management company American Capital Strategies Ltd. said it invested an undisclosed sum in the buyout of New England Confectionery Co., a Massachusetts candy maker.

•Reston consulting and technology services company Accenture LLP said it completed its acquisition of Gestalt LLC, a defense-consulting firm in Camden, N.J.

•Florida technological-services company Ariel Way Inc. said it plans to acquire 10 percent of FaceTime StrategyLLC, a Vienna, Va., online marketing agency.

•Silver Spring satellite-radio company WorldSpace Inc. said it secured a financing facility for up to $400 million from Yenura Pte. Ltd. , a Singapore company controlled by WorldSpace Chief Executive Officer Noah Samara.

•Herndon software company IceWeb Inc. said it completed its acquisition of Inline Corp., a data-storage company in Sterling, Va., for an undisclosed sum.

Delmarva Power, an Exmore, Va., subsidiary of Pepco Holdings Inc., said it completed the sale of control of its Virginia operations to A&N; Electric Cooperative and Old Dominion Electric Cooperative, for $44 million.

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