- The Washington Times - Monday, March 24, 2008

Intelligent Decisions Inc., an Ashburn, Va., information technology company, said it won a $4.26 million delivery order to provide infrastructure upgrades for the State Department’s global information technology modernization initiative.

DynCorp International, a Falls Church government contractor, said it won a $114 million task order from the U.S. Army to provide logistics support services at Fort Campbell, Ky.

ICF International, a Fairfax technology consulting firm, said it was one of six companies to win a $200 million information technology contract from the Defense Department.

Sutron Corp., a Sterling, Va., manufacturer of weather and water monitors, said net income for its fourth quarter, ending Dec. 31, fell 65 percent to $415,221 (9 cents) from $1.2 million (27 cents) a year ago.

XTec Inc., a Reston manufacturer of authentication software, said it won a task order to provide security card issuance programs to the Department of Homeland Security. Terms were not disclosed.

GTSI Corp., a Chantilly government technology contractor, said net income for its fourth quarter, ending Dec. 31, fell 65 percent to $3.3 million (33 cents) from $9.5 million (98 cents) a year ago.

MacNair Travel Management, an Alexandria travel consulting firm, said it is moving its headquarters from Duke Street to 1101 King St., Suite 190, in Alexandria. The company will maintain its D.C. office.

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