Jay Clemens

ASRC Federal Wins $475M for NASA Engineering Services

ASRC Federal‘s space and defense division has won a $475 million contract to provide electrical systems engineering services to NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. Under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, ASRC Federal will design, develop, integrate, assess and operate space, airborne and ground system hardware and software, NASA said Wednesday. The contract …

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Cubic Buys Live Fire Range Firm Assets, Subsidiaries; Dave Schmitz Comments

Cubic Corp. (NYSE: CUB) has acquired some assets of live fire range facility provider Advanced Interactive Systems as Cubic looks to expand offerings and capitalize on international channels. Cubic closed the buy of AIS’ assets and foreign subsidiaries through a bankruptcy sale, Cubic said Tuesday. Dave Schmitz, Cubic president of …

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David Rowland Starts as Accenture’s CFO, Richard Clark Named Chief Accounting Officer

David Rowland, formerly senior vice president for finance at Accenture (NYSE: ACN), has started his tenure as the company’s new chief financial officer. Rowland reports to Chairman and CEO Pierre Nanterme and succeeds Pamela Craig, who is slated to retire from the company on Aug. 31, Accenture said Monday. Accenture has …

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General Dynamics Wins $209M for Navy Submarines

A General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) subsidiary has won a $208.6 million contract modification to acquire lead-time materials for three U.S. Navy submarines. General Dynamics Electric Boat will purchase components such as steam and electrical-plant parts, main propulsion unit and turbine generators, and miscellaneous hull, mechanical and electrical systems, General Dynamics said …

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Maximus Buys UK-Based Healthcare Provider; Richard Montoni Comments

Maximus (NYSE: MMS) has acquired U.K.-based healthcare provider Health Management Ltd. in a move aimed at expanding Maximus’ medical management services portfolio. The transaction closed on July 1 and is expected to add nearly $11 million to Maximus’ revenue in the next three months,  Maximus said Monday. Richard Montoni, Maximus …

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Triple-i Buys System Engineering and Software Services Provider

Information Innovators Inc. has acquired GoldBot Consulting Inc., a provider of geospatial, data mining and information analytics services to defense and intelligence customers. Triple-i aims for the transaction to grow its portfolio of offerings for Web services, service-oriented architecture, data mining and predictive intelligence, Triple-i said June 4. The company …

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Michael Inacker Named Siemens AG VP for Corporate Communications; Peter Loscher Comments

Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) has appointed Michael Inacker, assistant editor-in-chief of German newspaper Handelsblatt and head of its Berlin office, as its vice president of corporate communications and branding. Inacker will lead Siemens’ external and internal communications and report directly to president and CEO Peter Löscher beginning Oct. 1, Siemens said …

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Deborah Beckworth Named an Altamira SVP as Operations Team Forms; Art Hurtado Comments

Altamira Technologies Corp. has appointed several veterans from the intelligence community to the company’s operations team. Near Infinity Corp. and Invertix Corp. merged to create Altamira, which provides engineering and analytics services to defense, intelligence and homeland security customers, Altamira said Tuesday. Art Hurtado, Altamira president and CEO, said the …

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Salient to Maintain FEC Electronic Filing System

Salient Federal Solutions has won a $5.7 million contract to operate and maintain the Federal Election Commission’s electronic filing system that works to transmit election-related reports. Salient will help the FEC examine financial statements from political committees, instruct the committees on filing their reports and aim to help ensure compliance, …

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Accenture Wins $42M to Upgrade Air Force’s Financial Mgmt System; Joe Chenelle Comments

An Accenture (NYSE: ACN) subsidiary has won a two-year, $42.2 million contract to update the U.S. Air Force’s financial management system in order to replace nine old infrastructures. Arlington, Va.-based Accenture Federal Services will perform the second phase of upgrades to the Defense Enterprise Accounting and Management system to help …

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