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NASA awards $162 million contract to CSC

On Tuesday, Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC) announced that it had won a contract from NASA worth potentially $162 million. The contract period is six months with two 12-month options. Under the contract, CSC will continue to provide aviation services through the Johnson Space Center Aircraft Maintenance and Modification Program. Specifically, …

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Qwest Wins $14.2 Million NASA Contract to Upgrade Corporate Backbone Circuits

NASA has awarded a $14.2 million contract to Qwest Communications (NYSE: Q), to upgrade its Corporate Backbone circuits from 2.5Gbps to 10Gbps. Diana Gowen, Qwest Government Services, Senior Vice President and General Manager at Qwest Government Services, said of the contract win, “Qwest provides a nationwide wavelength infrastructure that will provide NASA …

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Frank Derwin Appiointed VP of Intelligent Decisions’ Intelligence Programs

Intelligent Decisions, Inc. (ID) appointed Frank Derwin Vice President of Intelligence Programs.  Derwin will be responsible for increasing ID’s presence in the intelligence community by leveraging his prior experience, leadership and the complete understanding of the challenges faced by public and private sector clients.

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EDS wins $8.1 million health IT contract from DoD

On Tuesday, Electronic Data Systems (EDS) announced that it had been awarded a contract by the Department of Defense’s Military Health System (MHS) worth $8.1 million. The contract, which runs for one year, obligates EDS to upgrade the system in an effort to improve MHS’s Defense Health Information Management Systems …

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QinetiQ Wins $37.3 Million Mercury Mission Award

QinetiQ has been awarded a $37.3 million contact by EADS Astrium. The contract calls for QinetiQ to furnish the European Space Agency’s BepiColombo satellite mission with a solar-electric propulsion system. The mission to Mercury is slated to launch in 2014. Taking into account Mercury’s gravitational pull, the firm plans to …

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