- The Washington Times - Monday, April 14, 2008

Saul Centers Inc., a Bethesda real estate investment trust, said it bought three shopping centers for $60 million, including two in the Washington area. The local properties are the 89,000-square-foot Great Falls Center and a single-tenant property leased by BJ’s Wholesale Club in Alexandria.

SAIC Corp., a defense contractor with headquarters in San Diego and McLean, said it won a contract worth up to $49.3 million to provide technology support to several programs including a data security and online learning initiative with the Defense Security Services agency. The work will be performed primarily in Columbia, Md.

SAIC said it won part of a five-year Defense Intelligence Agency contract worth up to $1 billion to assist in intelligence analysis in areas such as foreign cultures, regional studies, illicit drugs, infectious disease and health, and technological threats.

SAIC said it won the Landsat Data Continuity Contract, potentially worth more than $21 million, from the U.S. Geological Survey to provide comprehensive technical support to the Earth Resources Observation and Science Center in Sioux Falls, S.D.

HealthExtras Inc., a Rockville pharmacy benefit management company, said it agreed to acquire HospiScript Services LLC of Montgomery, Ala. HospiScript is one of the nation’s largest independent providers of pharmacy medication therapy management services to the hospice industry.


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