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Bode Technology, a Lorton-based provider of forensic DNA services, bought Chromosomal Laboratories Inc., a Phoenix technology company, which performs paternity testing services. (News release)

Carpathia Hosting Inc. will open a $40 million, 10,000-square-foot data center in Dulles in the fourth quarter. Carpathia will provide managed hosting and cloud services for government and commercial clients. (Washington Business Journal)

Computer Sciences Corp. received a $297 million contract from Maryland to provide support and services in processing Medicaid patient eligibility, claims and payments. (Washington Business Journal)

Destination Hotels & Resorts, an Englewood, Colo.-based hotel management company, will take over operation of the Lansdowne Resort, a 296-room AAA Four Diamond resort and conference destination in Leesburg. DHR already manages a number of high-end resort properties in the eastern U.S. (PRNewswire)

Dominion Virginia Power, a Richmond energy company, received approval to build a power plant and electric transmission facility in Warren County. The $1.1 billion, 1,329-megawatt natural gas-fired project is expected to be online by late 2014. The construction phase will employ up to 700 workers with a staff of 30 to run the plant once it is operational. (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

ICF International Inc., a Fairfax consulting firm, will acquire GHK Holdings Ltd., another Fairfax-based consultancy, in a cash deal. With the move, ICF expects to expand its reach in European and Asian markets. (Washington Business Journal)

Shugoll Research, a market research firm in Bethesda, Md., bought Metro Research Services, a Fairfax-based provider of data collection and focus group services. The move allowed Shugoll to double its focus group capacity. (News release)

Wells Core Office Income REIT Inc., acquired the South Lake at Dulles Corner Building for $91.1 million from Brandywine Acquisition Partners LP. The 10-story, 268,000-square-foot property is 100 percent leased, almost all of it by Time Warner Cable Inc. (CityBiz)



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