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AIMS Worldwide Inc., a Fairfax-based communications consultancy, bought BrandStand Group Inc. of Lewisberry, Pa., in a cash and stock deal. BrandStand provides branding and marketing services to the restaurant industry. (Business Wire)

CACI International Inc., an Arlington IT provider, received a five-year, $30 million contract, including options, to provide management and technical services for Army and Marine Corps munitions programs. (PRNewswire)

CSC Inc., a Falls Church technology company, received a one-year, $29 million contract for IT services for the Naval Network Warfare Command and its Far East operations. (PRNewswire)

Gannett Co., a McLean-based communications company, announced plans to cut 1,400 jobs, about 3 percent of its work force, because of a continued slump in advertising revenue. Gannett, which publishes USA Today, cut 10 percent of its work force last year. (The Washington Post)

Maximus Inc., a government services provider based in Reston, won a renewal of its Medicaid management contract with Virginia. Terms of the six-year deal, including options, were not disclosed. Maximus will provide education and enrollment services to more than 524,000 Medicaid-eligible people. (Business Wire)

ZoomSafer Inc., a Reston-based provider of mobile software and services, acquired the patent portfolio of Melvin A. Barbera, including one patent and a number of pending patents related to safe driving technology, including technology to manage incoming communications and social networking options in a mobile environment. (Business Wire)

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