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Angie Petty: Federal IT Consolidation Program Brings Opportunities for Contractors

The U.S. government’s initiative to consolidate federal data centers presents a business opportunity for information technology contractors, Angie Petty of Deltek wrote for the Washington Post in an article published Sunday. Petty, a senior principal analyst at Deltek, writes government agencies are seeking cloud computing and other information technology services in order to meet …

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CH2M HILL Wins $46M Contract with ‘Rapid Transportation’ Authority; Daniel Grabauskas Comments

CH2M HILL has won a potential five-year, $46.1 million contract to help oversee the next phase of a rail project in Honolulu, Hawaii, RT&S Magazine reported Wednesday. The article notes CH2M HILL will support oversight of scheduling, design review, cost estimates, planning, environmental assessments and interface management activities. “This new contract …

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Philip Hawkins, Taylor Pickett Appointed to COPT Trustees Board; Thomas Brady Comments

Taylor Pickett and Philip Hawkins, respectively the CEOs of Omega Healthcare Investors Inc. and DCT Industrial Trust Inc., have been elected to Corporate Office Properties Trust‘s (NYSE:OFC) board of trustees. Picket’s appointment took effect Thursday and Hawkins will begin to serve on the COPT board starting Jan. 1, the company …

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Holly Beveridge Named Vistronix CFO; John Hassoun Comments

Holly Beveridge, a more than 25-year contracting veteran, has been appointed chief financial officer at Reston, Va.-based national security technology provider Vistronix. Beveridge is a certified public accountant and will be responsible for overseeing the financial activities of the entire organization in her new position, Vistronix said Nov. 11. John …

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Andrea Yeiser Appointed to Northrop Land, Self Protection Systems Division VP Post

Andrea Yeiser, a 32-year Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) veteran, has been named vice president for engineering, manufacturing and logistics at the company’s land and self protection systems division. She will oversee EM&L functions across the division and be responsible for direct support to the division’s general manager and vice president, …

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Raytheon Nears Agreement on Qatar Missile Sale; Tim Glaeser Comments

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) is on the verge of closing a U.S. foreign military sales agreement with Qatar for the Patriot air and missile defense system, Reuters reported Tuesday. Andrea Shalal-Esa writes the company also expects to finalize an order agreement with Kuwait for additional Patriot fire units before year’s end. …

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Timothy Geithner to Lead Warburg Pincus as President

Timothy Geithner, former treasury secretary, will serve as president and managing director at New York-based private equity firm Warburg Pincus starting in March 2014, Reuters reported Saturday. Lisa Shumaker and Julie Steenhuysen write Geithner will help oversee business strategies, investments, funding, organizational structure, portfolio and investor relations. Geithner was a …

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Robert Mehltretter Appointed Northrop Navigation Systems VP

Robert Mehltretter, a 31-year veteran of Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC), has been named vice president of the navigation and positioning systems business within the company’s electronic systems sector. He will be responsible for the unit’s domestic and overseas programs that work to provide customers mapping technologies and sensors for spacecraft, land …

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DISA Extends $427M Cloud Storage Contract Proposal Due Date

The Defense Information Systems Agency has pushed back again the deadline on bids for a potential $427 million commercial cloud storage services contract, FCW reported Wednesday. Frank Konkel writes industry proposals for the Enterprise Storage Service II contract are now due Nov. 19, following a one-week deadline extension in October. …

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

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 president …

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