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Guidehouse Wraps Up Navigant Purchase; Scott McIntyre Quoted

Guidehouse, a management consultancy backed by Veritas Capital, has closed its purchase of Navigant Consulting to broaden work in both the government and commercial sectors. "Together we will serve our clients with distinction around the world, helping them address their most difficult challenges," said Scott McIntyre, CEO of Guidehouse and a 2019 Wash100 awardee.

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James Cassella Promoted to DynCorp Chief Growth Officer; George Krivo Quoted

James Cassella, formerly senior vide president of business development at DynCorp International's aviation operating segment, has been promoted to chief growth officer of the global government services provider. “Jim is perfect for this new position, given his proven leadership of business development and years of service at DI,” said George Krivo, DynCorp CEO and a 2019 Wash100 awardee.

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HHS Taps Healthcare Resource Network for Potential $317M Medical Staffing Services Contract

Healthcare Resource Network has secured a potential five-year, $317M contract to provide medical staffing services for the Federal Occupational Health agency within the Department of Health and Human Services' Program Support Center. The company will work to deliver FOH services at agency sites within the National Capital Region, HHS said Wednesday in a FedBizOpps notice.

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Dave Wajsgras: Raytheon’s Software Development Approach Key in GPS OCX Program Turnaround

Dave Wajsgras, president of the intelligence, information and services business at Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) and 2019 Wash100 winner, has said a software development approach commonly used in nondefense and high-technology organizations helped the company turn around the GPS Operational Control System modernization program.

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Steve Wadey: QinetiQ Seeks to Grow US Footprint Through $105M Buy of Sensor Maker MTEQ

QinetiQ has agreed to buy Lorton, Va.-based sensor provider Manufacturing Techniques for approximately $105M in a push to establish a global defense and security company. The deal, which is subject to legal and regulatory approvals, involves an additional $20M in cash and stock payments contingent on financial performance over a three-year period, QinetiQ said Wednesday.

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