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Perspecta Lands $467M USPS IT Support Contract Spot; Mac Curtis Comments

Perspecta (NYSE: PRSP) has won a spot on a potential $467 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to develop and maintain information technology applications for the U.S. Postal Service. “We are honored to have been chosen for this new work, and look forward to expanding our partnership with USPS,” Mac Curtis, president and CEO …

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DARPA Selects Industry, Academic Research Teams for Potential $1.5B Electronics Resurgence Initiative

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has chosen multiple research teams from the commercial and academic sectors to address microelectronics innovation challenges as part of an initiative worth up to $1.5 billion over five years. DARPA said Tuesday the Electronics Resurgence Initiative covers six “Page 3” programs that seek to explore …

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Engility Books $167M in Q2 Federal Contracts; Lynn Dugle Comments

Engility (NYSE: EGL) has received contracts worth more than $167 million combined from multiple federal customers during the second quarter. Work under the contracts will primarily occur within the continental U.S. and will include logistics and program management, systems engineering and mission assurance support services, the company said Tuesday. Lynn Dugle, chairman, president and CEO of …

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CACI Pays Tribute to Dr. Jack London at Okla. Shared Services Center Grand Opening

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) celebrated on Tuesday the grand opening of its Dr. J.P. London Shared Services Center in Oklahoma City, Okla. The SSC is named after CACI Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board Jack London, a two-time Wash100 winner. Dr. London, an Oklahoma native, was joined at the …

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REI to Help Update HHS Grants Mgmt System Under Potential $112M BPA

REI Systems has been awarded a potential five-year, $112 million blanket purchase agreement to modernize an online-based grant management system for a Department of Health and Human Services agency that helps fund healthcare initiatives. The company said Monday it will support systems development services necessary to update the Health Resources and Services Administration’s …

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Matt Tait Named ManTech Mission Solutions & Services Group President; Kevin Phillips Interviewed

Matt Tait, formerly senior managing director and defense lead at Accenture (NYSE: ACN), has been appointed to succeed Dan Keefe as president of ManTech International‘s (Nasdaq: MANT) mission solutions and services group. ManTech said Wednesday Tait will join the company on June 19 and assume his new position on July 1. He …

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Boeing Gets $862M Super Hornet Full-Rate Production Contract Modification

The U.S. Navy has awarded Boeing (NYSE: BA) a two-year, $862.2 million contract modification to fund the full rate production of lot 42 Super Hornet multirole aircraft. Boeing will produce 15 units of the F/A-18E variant and and 3 of the F/A-18F variant for the service branch under the modified …

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Joseph Wysocki Named SPA Space, Cyber Programs VP; William Vantine Comments

Joseph Wysocki, formerly CEO of business consulting firm Artyfex Solutions, has joined Systems Planning and Analysis as vice president of space and cyber programs within the Rocky Mountains and Western sector. SPA said Monday the retired U.S. Air Force colonel will oversee the professional services provider’s space and cyber customer …

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Swami Iyer Appointed CEO of Israel Aerospace Industries’ US Subsidiary

Swami Iyer, formerly president of Ultra Electronics‘ 3eTI subsidiary, has joined Israel Aerospace Industries‘ U.S. subsidiary as CEO. The two-decade industry veteran will lead operations of IAI North America and its subsidiaries that include Stark and ELTA North America, the aerospace company said Monday. Iyer previously served as vice president of …

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Leonardo DRS Secures Potential $841M DISA IDIQ for Computing Hardware, Engineering Services

Leonardo DRS has received a potential 10-year, $841.5 million contract to supply new hardware and provide engineering services for a computing platform the U.S. Army uses to manage networked-battle command information. DRS’ network and imaging systems team in Melbourne, Fla., will help address the Army’s Mounted Family of Computer Systems II requirement under …

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