PEARL HARBOR Hawaii - The maximum dollar value of the contract awarded to TEC Inc. Joint Venture of Charlottesville Va. to produce the environmental impact studies and documents related to the relocation of U.S. Marines to Guam has been increased by $25 million according to a Department of Defense release dated Feb. 2. The firm fixed-price contract was first awarded in May 2006 with a value of $40 million. The contract is now in its second option year (of four option years as announced when the contract was awarded). The Navy will determine whether to exercise the third option . . .
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