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SRA Wins $145M To Rebuild Navy Equipment

SRA International Inc. has won a $145 million U.S. Navy maintenance contract, the Washington Post reports.

The Fairfax, Va.-based information technology and consulting firm will maintain, repair and rebuild Navy equipment, according to the Post.

In late January, the company won a spot on a potential $1.1 billion contract from the Federal Aviation Administration to provide systems engineering, software and hardware engineering.

The FAA will award task orders for work on the EnRoute Technical Assistance Support Services contract, which covers IT systems, testing, logistics and program management support among other areas.

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