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Contracting Vet Michelle Adams Joins Research Innovations as Contracts, Supply Chain VP

Michelle Adams, former director of cybersercurity contracts at Raytheon (NYSE: RTN), has joined Research Innovations as vice president of contracts and supply chain at the Alexandria, Virginia-based contractor. Research Innovations said Tuesday Adams will oversee contractual compliance and partnership strategies as the company looks to grow its presence in the command, control, communications, computers …

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Govt Cyber Vets Michael Taxay, Jeremy Haas Join LookingGlass Leadership Team

Michael Taxay and Jeremy Haas, respectively former FBI and CIA officials focused on cybersecurity, have joined the executive leadership team at LookingGlass Cyber Solutions. LookingGlass said Tuesday it named Taxay as chief risk officer and general counsel and appointed Haas as chief security officer. Taxay will be responsible for managing significant risks that may …

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Tamara Jack Returns to LMI as SVP, Chief Legal Officer & Corporate Secretary

Tamara Jack, who left LMI in late 2015 after she previously served as director and associate general counsel, has returned to the Virginia-based nonprofit government consulting firm as senior vice president, chief legal officer and corporate secretary. Jack will oversee LMI’s legal and corporate governance functions in her new position, the company said Tuesday. …

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Grant Thornton’s Public Sector Group Adds Air Force Vet Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson, a retired U.S. Air Force major general, has joined Grant Thornton‘s public sector business as a senior strategic adviser for the defense and intelligence community. The 32-year military veteran will advise the company on security and defense business development and strategic matters, Grant Thornton said Friday. Carlos Otal, national managing …

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Raytheon to Develop Navy Aircraft Telemetry, Transmitter Systems Under $80M Contract

A Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) subsidiary has landed a potential $79.6 million contract to build telemetry and transmitter systems for a U.S. Navy airborne early warning aircraft platform. The Defense Department said Wednesday that Raytheon Ktech will help the service branch develop and integrate the Commercial Aircraft Based Instrumentation Telemetry System and Airborne Command Transmitter System …

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Former EPA CTO Greg Godbout Named TechFlow Chief Digital Officer

Greg Godbout, a former Environmental Protection Agency chief technology officer, has joined TechFlow as chief digital officer at the San Diego, California-based technology and professional services contractor. TechFlow said Wednesday Godbout will oversee the company’s efforts to assist government customers in digital transformation and information technology modernization programs. He helped EPA migrate to …

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4 Firms Awarded IDIQ Contract for DoD Office Administrative Support Services

Washington Headquarters Services has awarded four companies spots on a potential $45 million contract to provide enterprisewide administrative support services to the Pentagon’s Office of the Secretary of Defense. The Defense Department said Tuesday contractors will perform work in Virginia and DoD will obligate appropriate fiscal year operations and maintenance …

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John Goodman to Succeed David Moskovitz as Accenture Federal Business CEO

John Goodman, chief operating officer of Accenture‘s (NYSE: ACN) federal services business over the past five years, has been promoted as the unit’s CEO in a move that takes effect Nov. 20. He will succeed David Moskovitz, who will help with the Accenture Federal Services leadership transition through Aug. 31, 2018 and then …

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GE Awarded $84M Army Helicopter Engine Upgrade Contract

General Electric (NYSE: GE) has been awarded an $84.1 million contract for overhaul and modernization of engines for two kinds of U.S. Army helicopter platform. The company will update T700 series engines for the service branch’s Black Hawk attack helicopters and Apache utility helicopters under the contract, the Defense Department said Friday. The Army …

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CACI Wins $91M Army Airborne ISR Tech Support Order; Ken Asbury Comments

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has won a potential four-year, $91 million task order to help a U.S. Army organization research, develop and evaluate airborne intelligence systems. The company said Monday it will assist the Flight Activity of the Army’s Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center in efforts to maintain, integrate, operate and provide …

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