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Army Selects 8 Firms for Potential $2.4B Military, Civilian Training Contract

Eight companies have won positions on a potential five-year, $2.4 billion contract from the U.S. Army to support contingency operations training programs for military and civilian personnel. Contractors will vie for task orders to provide training assistance; plan Army, joint and security cooperation exercises; and manage and sustain training equipment and ranges,  …

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NSA Vet Debora Plunkett to Join CACI Board; Jack London Comments

Debora Plunkett, a more than three-decade veteran of the National Security Agency, has been appointed to serve on CACI International‘s (NYSE: CACI) board of directors beginning on July 1. She will bring cybersecurity and information assurance experience as a member of the audit, investor relations and strategic assessment committees, CACI said Tuesday. Jack London, …

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Dave Wajsgras: Raytheon to Support Army National Training Center Under $161M Contract

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has received a potential five-year, $161 million contract to provide support services at a U.S. Army facility built to prepare brigade combat teams and other units for missions. The company said Tuesday it will perform work at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin in California under the cost-plus-incentive-fee contract, …

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Army Selects 5 Companies for $495M Land Mobile Radio Contract

The U.S. Army has selected five companies to compete task orders to supply land mobile radios and provide support services under a potential five-year, $495 million contract. The Army Contracting Command received five bids for firm-fixed-price contract via an online-based procurement process and will determine performance locations and funds with each …

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BGOV: Air Force to Issue $6B Pilot ‘Adversary’ Trainer Solicitation in July

The U.S. Air Force will launch final solicitations on July 27 for a potential 10-year, $6 billion contract vehicle to procure “adversary” aircraft intended for live training exercises, Bloomberg Government reported Monday. BGOV noted the service branch plans to accept bids through Aug. 28 after it releases a request for …

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Granicus’ Bonnye Hart: Journey Mapping Could Help Agencies Enhance Citizen Experience

Bonnye Hart, senior director of customer success and digital engagement services at Granicus, has said mapping the citizen journey could help government agencies identify the needs and motivations of citizens as well as opportunities on how to build up the experience. Hart wrote that there are three steps to creating …

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Former General Dynamics VP Ken Georgi Joins Halfaker and Associates as COO

Ken Georgi, formerly vice president and general manager of the civilian sector at General Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GD) information technology business, has been named chief operating officer at government technology services contractor Halfaker and Associates. He brings more than two decades of operational. managerial accountability and profit-and-loss accounts management experience to his …

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General Dynamics Gets $553M NOAA High-Performance Computing Follow-On IDIQ

General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) has received a potential 10-year, $553 million contract from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to provide systems integration support services for NOAA’s high-performance computing and communications platforms. A FedBizOpps notice posted Thursday says the follow-on, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract was awarded to CSRA, which now operates as part of General …

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L3 to Supply Army Night Vision Goggles Under $391M Contract; Christopher Kubasik Comments

L3 Technologies (NYSE: LLL) has received a three-year, $391 million contract to produce binocular night vision goggles for the U.S. Army. The company said Monday it will supply the military service with Enhanced Night Vision Goggle–Binocular devices to help ground forces engage threats and obtain a common operating environment. ENVG-B is equipped with …

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MAG Aerospace Buys North American Surveillance Systems; Joe Fluet Comments

Fairfax, Va.-based aviation services provider MAG Aerospace has bought North American Surveillance Systems in a move to grow aircraft systems integration and technical service offerings. The deal adds more than 75 aircraft integration, modification, maintenance, repair and overhaul professionals to MAG’s workforce, the company said Monday. MAG works with federal customers to help them …

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