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CACI Wins $45M Navy IT, C2 Systems Contract; Ken Asbury Comments

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has won a potential two-year, $45 million contract to supply information technology systems to the U.S. Navy for business activities and command and control operations. The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic awarded the task order to CACI under the Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-2 Services …

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NIH to Invest $96M in Biomedical Data Analytics Centers; Eric Green Comments

The National Institutes of Health has unveiled a four-year plan to build centers where researchers would work to develop tools for analyzing and sharing large sets of biomedical data, Nextgov reported Tuesday. Joseph Marks writes NIH plans to invest $96 million in as many as eight “Big Data to Knowledge” …

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Booz Allen, ManTech, Noblis Win $236M DHS R&D Support IDIQ

The Department of Homeland Security has awarded a potential $236 million contract covering research and development and related professional services to Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), ManTech International (NASDAQ: MANT) and Noblis. DHS’ science and technology directorate awarded the potential five-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, according to a June 26 FedBizOpps award …

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National Archives to Solicit Digital Records Technology

The National Archives and Records Administration is soliciting ideas from vendors on a plan to convert federal records into electronic formats, Nextgov reported Monday. Joseph Marks writes a presidential directive mandates that government agencies automate emails by 2016 and implement a digital record-keeping system by 2019. NARA asked vendors in …

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Second Lockheed MUOS Comm Satellite Lifts Off

The U.S. Navy launched a Lockheed Martin-built (NYSE: LMT) narrowband military communications satellite Friday at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Lockheed’s second Mobile User Objective System lifted onboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket and the satellite aims to maneuver into its geostationary orbit within nine days, …

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Report: EADS Mulls Rename for Reorg

EADS is set to reorganize in a move that could include adopting the corporate name of its Airbus commercial aircraft business unit, Reuters reported Thursday. Citing several sources, Tim Hepher and Sabine Siebold write EADS is reviewing strategies for its aerospace and defense activities and the company’s board will meet at the …

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Lockheed Relocates Labor Dept Data Center; Frank Armijo Comments

Lockheed Martin has relocated a data center for the Labor Department under an agreement to help the agency accomplish its part in the Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative. The move represents the first milestone of a potential seven-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to consolidate DOL data centers and eventually migrate these to …

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Foreign Sales for Raytheon Thermal Imaging Devices Reach $75M; Jeff Miller Comments

Raytheon has won more than $75 million in foreign military sales contracts during the past year for thermal imaging devices used to identify threats during combat operations. PhantomIRxr bioculars, thermal weapon sights and driver’s vision enhancer weapon sights work to help troops detect targets through smoke, fog or darkness, Raytheon said Tuesday. …

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Report: McAfee’s Phyllis Schneck Emerges As Potential DHS Cyber Undersecretary

Phyllis Schneck, McAfee vice president and chief technology officer for the public sector, has emerged as a possible candidate to head cyber operations at the Department of Homeland Security, The Hill newspaper reported Monday. Jennifer Martinez, citing two sources, writes Schneck is the most likely choice to succeed Mark Weatherford as DHS …

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Deltek Buys Project Mgmt Software Maker Acumen; Mike Corkery Comments

Deltek has bought project management software and services provider Acumen for an undisclosed sum in a move aimed at growing Deltek’s enterprise-class offerings. Texas-based Acumen adds analytics, project planning and risk management products to Deltek’s portfolio for government contracting and professional services organizations, the companies said in a joint statement. …

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