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MAR Wins Gov't Contracts Worth Over $30 Million

MAR, Inc. of Rockville, Md. has been awarded three major naval engineering and marine operations contracts by agencies of the U.S. government. The U.S. Customs Service (USCS) has awarded MAR a four-year contract valued at nearly $25 million for national marine vessel maintenance.

MAR will maintain approximately 150 vessels ready for law enforcement operations, including a property inventory management and accounting system.

From the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), MAR won a fiveyear contract valued at $7.5 million to continue operation and maintenance of the Peter W. Anderson, a survey vessel equipped and crewed to conduct offshore scientific data collection. MAR will provide the necessary personnel, services, material and equipment to provide operations program support, maintenance, modification and overhaul of the vessel. The vessel is used for atsea survey of ocean dump sites, monitoring coastal waters and investigating hazardous materials spills.

The third contract was awarded to a joint venture between MAR and ManTech Services Corporation of Fairfax, Va. by the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, Carderock, Md. The threeyear contract will furnish a mix of naval architecture, marine engineering, system analysis, systems definition, acquisition and planning and other technical support for various programs.

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