SRA International Gets USDA Fraud Detection Pact

FAIRFAX, Va. (AP) ¿ Technology and consulting company SRA International Inc. said Friday it will develop fraud detection systems for the U.S. Department of Agriculture under a contract worth as much as $25 million over 10 years.

SRA said it will work with the Food and Nutrition Service to develop a new version of a system that monitors electronic retail transactions. In morning trading, the company's stock slipped 27 cents to $20.59.

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