Jay Clemens

Xerox Buys Software Firm CVG; Mark Brennan Comments

Xerox (NYSE: XRX) has acquired Customer Value Group, a provider of cloud-based accounts receivable and customer relationship management software. Xerox will add to its financial process outsourcing services CVG’s Value+ cloud application that works to unify AR and customer service operations, the company said July 2. Mark Brennan, Xerox group president …

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Hughes Unveils New VoIP Offering; Mike Cook Comments

Hughes Network Systems has introduced a new voice over Internet protocol service as part of company efforts to expand its global offerings. HughesNet Voice, which works to forward calls to multiple phones, uses new telephony and voicemail features intended to help customers save long distance call costs, the company said June 17. Mike …

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Larry Mechner Joins Akima as CFO; Bill Monet Comments

Larry Mechner, a 25-year veteran of Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC), has joined professional services contractor Akima LLC as the company’s chief financial officer. Mechner will lead the Herndon, Va.-based company’s financial and accounting operations, Akima said June 27. He managed CSC’s contracts with federal agencies and departments in his most …

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Krisstie Kondrotis Joins Northrop as Info Systems Business Development VP

Krisstie Kondrotis, formerly executive vice president of business development at CACI International (NYSE: CACI), has joined Northrop Grumman as VP of business development for its information systems sector. Kondrotis will be responsible for identifying, evaluating and securing business opportunities and oversee partnerships with customers and other companies, Northrop said Monday. Prior …

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SAIC to Help Army Office Manage Clinical Research Projects

Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAI) has won a $16 million contract to help the U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity manage clinical research projects. The single-award, firm-fixed-price contract contains one base year and four one-year options for work to support the activity’s enterprise information technology project management office, SAIC …

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Unisys Wins $460M to Maintain CBP Software Systems; Steve Soroka Comments

Unisys Corp. (NYSE: UIS) has won a potential $460 million contract to operate and maintain software systems for the Customs and Border Protection agency. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract includes one base year and four one-year options, a Monday FedBizOpps notice says. Company personnel will analyze, design, program and integrate tests of automated …

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Boeing, Panasonic Plan to Offer Agencies Broadband Service; Paul Margis Comments

Boeing (NYSE: BA) and Panasonic Avionics Corp. have reached an agreement on a framework for Boeing to market Panasonic’s satellite broadband service to government customers in and outside the U.S. Boeing intends to offer the eXConnect service and aeronautical terminals to clients that operate the company’s aircraft, Boeing said Tuesday. …

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Lockheed Selected for Israel’s $279M Military IT Upgrade; Robert Eastman Comments

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has partnered with Bynet Data Communications for a potential $279 million multiple-award contract to modernize the Israeli Defense Ministry’s military intelligence headquarters, the World Tribune reported Sunday. Citing a report from Globes, the publication reports LB Negev, a joint venture of Lockheed and Bynet, will join four other teams …

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Microsoft to Restructure Leadership Team; Steve Ballmer Comments

Microsoft Corp. has moved to reorganize the company’s senior leadership team in an effort to enhance the way it executes strategies, develops product offerings and delivers services to customers. Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO, told employees in an e-mail the company will undergo reconstructing in engineering, marketing, business development and evangelism, …

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API Technologies Sells Data Bus Product Line for $33M; Bel Lazar Comments

API Technologies Corp. has sold its data bus product line to Data Device Corp. for $32.5 million in cash. The products comprise the National Hybrid brands and the MIL- STD-1553 and MIL-STD-1760 products from the U.K., API said Monday. Bel Lazar, president and CEO of API Technologies, said the company …

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