Mary-Louise Hoffman

KBR Wins Potential $515M Navy Support Facility Operations Contract

KBR (NYSE: KBR) has won a potential eight-year, $514.9 million contract to help the U.S. Navy operate a military base on the island of Diego Garcia in the British Indian Ocean Territory. The Defense Department said Tuesday that KBR will provide general management and administration, command and staff, environmental, public safety, air and …

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Former DoD Legal Chief Jennifer O’Connor Appointed Northrop Mission Systems Sector Counsel

Jennifer O’Connor, former general counsel at the Defense Department, has joined Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) as vice president, associate general counsel and sector counsel for the company’s mission systems sector. Northrop said Friday she will succeed the retiring James Stephenson and report to Sheila Cheston, corporate vice president and general counsel. In her …

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TRAX International Lands $295M Follow-On Award for NASA Logistics, Technical Info Services

TRAX International has been awarded a potential five-year, $294.5 million contract by NASA to continue to provide technical information management and logistics support services to the agency’s  Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland. NASA said Tuesday the company will also perform similar services at NASA’s headquarters in Washington, Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia and other agency …

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General Dynamics Unit Lands $94M Contract for Software Devt Support to HHS Division

A business unit of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) has received a potential five-year, $94 million contract for software development life cycle services to a Department of Health and Human Services division that provides federal healthcare services to Alaska Native and American Indian people. General Dynamics Information Technology will design, develop, analyze, test and …

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PAR Technology Names Independent Director Donald Foley as President, CEO

Donald Foley, a 35-year government technology market veteran and an independent member on PAR Technology‘s (NYSE: PAR) board of directors, has been named president and CEO of the New York-based contractor. Foley said Thursday he aims to execute a strategy for PAR to grow its portfolio of cloud offerings and build on the …

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Andy Malay Named Coupa Regional VP for Federal Govt Sector

Andy Malay, former director of public sector sales and business development at IBM‘s Workday business, has joined spend management software vendor Coupa Software as regional vice president for the federal government sector. He will be responsible for establishing Coupa’s value-as-a-service spend optimization model in an effort to help federal clients address contract management and procurement …

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IAI Lands Nearly $2B in Surface-to-Air Missile Supply Contracts with India

Israel Aerospace Industries has secured contracts worth nearly $2 billion to provide two kinds of surface-to-air missile system to India. IAI said Thursday it will supply the India’s army with a medium-range surface-to-air missile under a contract valued at $1.6 billion as well as build a long-range variant of the system for integration onto the country’s …

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Michael Strianese: L3 Eyes Tactical UUV Market With OceanServer Buy

L3 Technologies (NYSE: LLL) has bought autonomous unmanned undersea vehicle manufacturer OceanServer Technology for an undisclosed sum, a move that Chairman and CEO Michael Strianese said marks L3’s expansion push into the UUV market. Fall River, Massachusetts-based OceanServer builds lightweight UUVs for military, commercial and international clients, L3 said Tuesday. The business was …

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Kyle Brooks Promoted to Assistant VP at MIL Corp.

Kyle Brooks, a senior client adviser at MIL Corp., has been promoted to also serve as assistant vice president of the Charleston, South Carolina-based professional services contractor. MIL said Wednesday that Brooks has advised the company’s State Department client on operational, business and technical matters over the past 13 years. “Kyle’s reputation …

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PR Software Firm Cision Buys Bulletin Intelligence to Further Media Cloud Strategy

Public relations software and services provider Cision has purchased Reston, Virginia-based Bulletin Intelligence for an undisclosed sum as part of a strategy to provide custom industry briefings with cloud-based technology. Bulletin Intelligence, an intelligence briefing company that competes with Executive Mosaic‘s ArchIntel product, produces daily news  briefings targeted at government and corporate audiences, Cision said Tuesday. Both companies …

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