Marilyn Crouther: HP to Help Run DoD’s Manpower Data Center for $548M

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Marilyn Crouther HP Enterprise Services (NYSE: HPQ) will help operate the Defense Department‘s global technology infrastructure under a potential five-year, $548 million task order. The company will provide technology and integration services for the Defense Manpower Data Center to update and maintain its hardware and software systems, HP said Wednesday. Marilyn Crouther, senior vice president...

Al Kinney: HP to Help DHS Acquire Security Software for Cyber Defense

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Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) will provide licenses for two application security products to 33 U.S. government civilian organizations under a Department of Homeland Security-run cyber defense program. The company was awarded a $32.4 million contract for the licenses as part of DHS’ potential five-year, $6 billion Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation contract vehicle, the company said Wednesday. HP...

General Dynamics to Update Air Force, Air Natl Guard Base Firewalls; Charlie Plummer Comments

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A General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) business unit has won a potential two-year, $25.3 million task order to update firewall and automated security management systems at Air Force and Air National Guard bases. General Dynamics Information Technology won the order under the Network-Centric Solutions indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracting vehicle, the subsidiary said Tuesday. Charlie Plummer, vice...

Deltek’s Jennifer Sakole: Task Order Contracts Buck Overall Government Spending Trend

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As overall U.S. federal agency spending has dipped since 2009, the federal government increased their spend on task orders between that fiscal year and fiscal year 2012, the Washington Post reported Sunday. Jennifer Sakole, principal research analyst at Deltek, writes the Army represented nearly a quarter of task order contract spending in fiscal 2012. The Office of the Secretary of Defense increased...

Booz Allen Subsidiary Wins $413M to Engineer Air Force Flight Simulators

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A Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) subsidiary has won a $413 million task order to perform systems integration work on the U.S. Air Force‘s flight simulators and aircraft maintenance training systems. Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Services LLC will design, build, analyze and engineer training and simulation technology for the service branch, Booz Allen said Thursday. The order is for one base...

Noblis Wins FBI Sentinel Services Task Order; Drew Cohen Comments

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Noblis has won a $13 million task order to help the FBI carry out organizational change management and business analysis work for the agency’s Sentinel case management system. The nonprofit science and technology organization worked with the FBI to deploy Sentinel in 2012 and transition to a new development methodology in 2010, Noblis said Monday. Drew Cohen, Noblis vice president for national...

DynCorp Wins $122M for Army Logistics Support; George Krivo Comments

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DynCorp International (NYSE: DCP) has won a potential $122 million task order to provide transportation, supply and management services to the U.S. Army. The cost-plus, fixed-fee order includes nine base months and four option years and was awarded through the Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise program, DynCorp said Friday. George Krivo, senior vice president for DynLogistics, said the company...

L-3 Wins $357M to Update Army Reserve, Natl Guard IT System; Les Rose Comments

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An L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL) business unit has won a $357 million task order from the General Services Administration to help update an information technology system used by two U.S. military components. L-3 National Security Solutions will develop and integrate IT resources and software for a virtual platform used by the Army Reserve and National Guard, L-3 said Thursday. Work expected to be...

SAIC to Build Indian Health Service Dental Record Database; Steve Comber Comments

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Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAI) has won a potential $17 million task order to help the Indian Health Service create a new database for managing dental records. The one-year project includes four 12-month options and seeks to support administrative processes and organizational operations throughout the transition as IHS provides medical assistance to Alaska Natives and Native Americans,...

Booz Allen Books $78M in 1Q Federal Health Contract Awards; Susan Penfield Comments

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Susan Penfield Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) won $78 million in contract awards during the first quarter of its 2014 fiscal year for work supporting federal health agencies. The awards include task orders from the Department of Health and Human Services and contracts from the Department of Veterans Affairs, Booz Allen said Wednesday. “Our civil health portfolio continues to expand within the departments...

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