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AECOM Board OKs Management Services Group Spinoff Plan

The board of directors at AECOM has approved the company’s plan to separate its management services business as a new publicly traded company that will primarily serve national government clients. AECOM said Monday it expects to complete the spinoff in the second half of its 2020 fiscal year and retain John Vollmer, the segment’s president and a 2019 Wash100 winner,  along with the current management team in the leadership of the future independent company.

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Govt Tech Industry Vet Doug Natal Appointed Sumo Logic Federal Lead

Doug Natal, former vice president and general manager of the federal systems division at MapR Technologies, has joined data analytics company Sumo Logic as general manager of its federal unit. The 20-year government technology market veteran will oversee Sumo Logic's go-to-market strategy that focuses on providing mission support to U.S. public sector clients.

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Tetra Tech, Stanley Consultants to Provide Architect-Engineer Services in Army Transatlantic Middle East District

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has selected Tetra Tech and Stanley Consultants for a pair of five-year, $46M contracts covering architectural and engineering services. Both contractors will support USACE projects within the agency's Transatlantic Middle East District areas of responsibility and mission boundaries, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

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Teresa Carlson: AWS Focuses on Customer’s Innovation, Promotes Cloud Tech Education for Transformative Change

Teresa Carlson, vice president of the worldwide public sector business at Amazon Web Services and a 2019 Wash100 winner, shared the company's journey to help federal customers manage transformation in the cloud during an interview with the Washington Business Journal. "Using examples of success is always an easier way to get those agencies more comfortable," Carlson told the publication.

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Three Firms Win Spots on $2.4B Army Aviation System Modification Contract

The U.S. Army has chosen three small businesses to compete for task orders to modify aviation systems for the service branch under a potential five-year, $2.44B contract. Army Contracting Command received five bids for the hybrid contract via an online-based solicitation, the Department of Defense said Wednesday. DoD expects contract …

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Former Leidos Exec Wilson Ariza Named OptumServe Veteran & Military Health Business VP

Wilson Ariza, former vice president of health information management at Leidos (NYSE: LDOS), has been appointed VP of the veteran and military health business at OptumServe, G2Xchange Health reported Thursday. He brings healthcare program management experience in the departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs to his new role at OptumServe. …

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Booz Allen Wins Potential $152M OTA to Build Army Accession IT System

Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) has won a potential $152M other transaction agreement to develop an enterprise technology platform for the U.S. Army to manage its accessioning process. The OTA announced Wednesday on FedBizOpps calls for Booz Allen to execute a prototyping project for the development of the service branch’s …

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Raytheon Secures $419M Contract Option for Lot 19 Sidewinder Multimission Missiles

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has received a $419M contract modification to produce AIM-9X Sidewinder all up rounds for the U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force as well as 24 countries under the foreign military sales program. The modification exercises an option under a previously awarded fixed-price-incentive-firm contract and covers lot 19 …

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Army Orders $200M in Raytheon-Made Excalibur Ib Projectiles

The U.S. Army has awarded Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) a five-year, $200.2M contract to supply M982A1 Excalibur Ib containerized shells that are designed to engage land targets in a combat environment. Army Contracting Command received one bid for the firm-fixed-price contract via an online solicitation, the Department of Defense said Tuesday. …

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IAI Continues National Security Market Push Under New Name; Dave Dzaran Comments

Integrity Applications Inc. has adopted the name Centauri following its combination with Xebec Global and Dependable Global Solutions. Centauri, led by former IAI CEO Dave Dzaran, aims to integrate multiple technology platforms in a push to help defense and intelligence agencies perform national security missions, the company said Tuesday. “Over …

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