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$943 Million Federal Contract Awarded to WSP USA Services
ATLANTA, Georgia, Nov. 2 -- WSP USA Services Inc., Herndon, Virginia, won a $943 million federal contract from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency for housing inspection services.

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Agency contacts: Maurice Donnel Randolph, maurice.randolph@fema.dhs.gov; or Dennis C. Clements, dennis.clements@fema.dhs.gov. CIV5FCA5. CLASSH; NAICS541350.

$16.29 Million Federal Contract Awarded to Nathan Associates
WASHINGTON, Nov. 2 -- Nathan Associates Inc., Arlington, Virginia, won a $16,294,998 federal contract from the U.S. Agency for International Development for professional, administrative and management support services in support of the Liberia Economic Policy Dialogue Activity.

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Agency contacts: Ruth D. Caesar-Hne, 077/673-4685, rcaesar-hne@usaid.gov; or Judy J. Webb, webb@usaid.gov. CIV5FCA5. CLASSR; NAICS541690.

$8.83 Million Federal Contract Awarded to Seven Corners
GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas, Nov. 2 -- Seven Corners Inc., Carmel, Indiana, won an $8,825,389 federal contract set aside for small business from the U.S. Department of Justice's Bureau of Prisons for comprehensive medical services for the Federal Correctional Institution, Dublin, California.

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Agency contact: Kathy Cole, 972/352-4523, k1cole@bop.gov. CIV5FCA5. CLASSQ; NAICS622110.

MILITARY $5.17 Million Federal Contract Awarded to Southwestern Research Institute
DAHLGREN, Virginia, Nov. 2 -- Southwestern Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas, won a $5,170,748 sole source federal contract from the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command for Scout kits and antennas.

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Agency contacts: Russell K. Dobson, 540/653-4875, russell.k.dobson@navy.mil; or Reese Van Wyen, 540/653-8871, reese.vanwyen@navy.mil. CLASS70; NAICS334511.

MILITARY $3.84 Million Federal Contract Awarded to Florida Institute for Human & Machine Cognition
ARLINGTON, Virginia, Nov. 2 -- Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition, Pensacola, Florida, won a $3,837,741 federal contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for R&D on predicting effective performance in teams.

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Agency contact: Jennifer Mack, jennifer.mack@darpa.mil. CLASSA; NAICS541715.