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DHA Picks McKesson Subsidiary for $139M Patient Engagement, Messaging Subscription Contract

The Defense Health Agency has awarded a McKesson Technologies subsidiary a $139 million contract for continued Military Health System patient engagement and interoperable secure messaging subscriptions. RelayHealth will provide 11, 725 MHS physicians, physical and occupational therapists, dentists and other medical providers with subscriptions and related account management services, SM training resources, report preparation …

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Finmeccanica Secures Potential $335M Italian Aermacchi M-346 Contract

Finmeccanica has received a potential $335 million contract from Italy’s ministry of defense for the addition of nine Aermacchi M-346 aircraft to be operated by that country’s air force. With the contract, Italy increased its order of M-346 aircraft to 18 with deliveries scheduled to start within this year and end by 2018, Finmeccanica said Tuesday. Grazia Nunnari, …

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Army Picks Boeing for $185M Contract for Apache Lot 7 Full-Rate Production

Boeing (NYSE:BA) has landed a $184.9 million contract from the U.S. Army for the full-rate production of Lot 7 AH-64 Apache helicopters. The Army Contracting Command awarded the contract through a solicitation with one bid received, the Defense Department said Monday. The full obligated amount is from fiscal 2016 “other procurement” funds, DoD added. Boeing …

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Raytheon Lands $573M Contract Modification from Air Force for AMRAAM Production and System Items

Raytheon has landed a $573 million contract modification from the U.S. Air Force for Advanced Medium Range Air to Air Missiles production and system items. The award will exercise options for lot 30 of AMRAAM and related items, Defense Department said Wednesday. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Air Dominance Contracting Office will …

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IBM Purchases Optevia in Push to Address Public Sector CRM SaaS Demand

IBM (NYSE: IBM) has purchased systems integrator Optevia in an effort to address a demand for software-as-a-service customer relationship management offerings within the public sector. Optevia will be part of IBM Global Business Services and support the business unit’s digital consultancy practice and CRM leadership, IBM said Friday. Joanna Davinson, IBM public sector lead in …

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NASA Picks 137 SBIR Research Proposals for Potential $104M Phase II Contracts; Steve Jurczyk Comments

NASA will move forward to contract negotiations for the potential $104 million second phase of its Small Business Innovation Research program for future deep space missions. The space agency has selected 137 research and technology proposals from 117 U.S. small businesses and research organizations out of 323 responses received for …

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Aleut Awarded $395M Air Force Contract for Cape Canaveral Infrastructure Support

Colorado Springs, Colorado-based engineering consultant firm Aleut O&M Services has landed a $395 million contract to provide launch operations and infrastructure support to the U.S. Air Force. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract calls for Aleut O&M to provide facility and system operations, maintenance and engineering services at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, the Defense Department said …

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Verizon Vet Maureen Kaplan Joins Veris Group as Business Development EVP

Maureen Kaplan, former managing director and chief operating officer of Verizon Enterprise Solutions‘ (NYSE: VZ) global security services group, has been named executive vice president of business development at Veris Group. Kaplan will be responsible for the Vienna, Virginia-based cybersecurity firm’s business development activities and lead its efforts to develop sales, marketing and capture teams, Veris Group …

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Shannon Wagner Promoted to Dynamic Aviation COO; Michael Stoltzfus Comments

Shannon Wagner, formerly senior vice president of operations at Bridgewater, Virginia-based Dynamic Aviation, has been promoted to chief operating officer at the company. The 25-year commercial aviation veteran started in his current role in February and oversees the company’s daily operations, Dynamic Aviation said Monday. “Shannon has an immense passion for aviation, ” said …

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ULA Vet Scott Ward to Join Aerojet Rocketdyne as Engineering VP

Scott Ward, a former director of engines and motors at the United Launch Alliance, will join Sacramento, Calif.-based propulsion technology manufacturer Aerojet Rocketdyne (NYSE:AJRD) as vice president of engineering. The 27-year aerospace engineering veteran will assume his new role on April 4 to offer more than 27 years of aerospace engineering, program management and product development experience, Aerojet …

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