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Walt Havenstein Resigns BAE Systems Post

BAE Systems announced executive director Walt Havenstein‘s decision to leave today. Effective June 26, 2009 Walt has resigned as director and COO, BAE Systems plc and as President and CEO, BAE Systems, Inc. and will leave the employ of BAE Systems, Inc. September 20, 2009. General Tony Zinni (USMC ret.), …

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STG Aids Obama Climate Change Report

STG Incorporated is an ‘added-value’ IT solutions, applied engineer capabilities and specific scientific solutions government contractor. STG helped the Obama administration comple the “Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States” Report. The 31 scientsts desinged to the report concluded that the entire country is effected by global warming and therefore immediate, agreessive action must be …

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General Dynamics Collects $51 M From SPAWAR

  A business division of General Dynamics,  General Dynamics Information Technology  signed a $51 million contract with the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWAR). The contract is for the next five years and gives SPAWAR the opportunity to renew at eight 6-month periods, if all eight opportunities were used to the fullest extent, the contract would …

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AEA Technology Benefits From ‘Green’ President

Well at least one company is benefiting in this recession, that company is AEA Technology, the energy and climate change consultancy and an original subdivision of the UK’s Atomic Energy Association . With the purchase of US Project Performance Corporation (PPC) in August of 2008, AEA is carrying out President Obama’s pledge to create a ‘greener’ and …

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Raytheon Commits to Cyber Security

Steven Hawkins, vice president of Raytheon’s Information Security Solutions in the Intelligence and Information Systems unit, said at the Paris International Air Show that cyber security will increase to become one of Raytheon’s main revenue producing-divisions in the coming years. “It is a significant focus area for the corporation, ” Hawkins said, …

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CSC Wins $7 and $28 Million Contract with Diageo

Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) signed a $7 million contract with Diageo to design, activate and manage Diageo’s worldwide supply-chain system for 4.5 years.  The agreement will provide Diageo with increase in exposer, supply-demand ratios and reduce costs through CSC’s designed supply-chain. Diageo also renewed its $35 million information technology outsourcing contract with CSC for the …

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SAIC Lands $13 Million USDA Contract

Science Applications International Corporation has won a prime contract from the USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) to provide software development and technical services support to the agency’s geographical information systems (GIS). If all four one-year options are exercised, the contract’s total value is more $13 million. The FSA administers and manages farm commodity, …

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GTT to Provide Mobility Services to Pilkington

Global Telecom & Technology, Inc., a leading global network integrator, has announced that it will provide Mobility Services to Pilkington’s global workforce. Pilkington is a worldwide manufacturer of glass products for the building and automotive markets and part of the NSG Group of Japan. GTT Mobility Services allows out-of-office workers to seamlessly and …

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GD wins $21 Million Contract Modification

General Dynamics will improve the information sharing capabilities and speed of network communications at Marine Corps combat operations centers by installing a new software-based system under a $21 million contract modification. General Dynamics C4 Systems, based in Scottsdale, AZ, will upgrade electronic systems essential to combat operations centers to provide better situational …

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DynCorp International Wins $915 Million Iraq Aviation Contract

Falls Church-based DynCorp International has won a contract worth up to $915 million (more than its entire revenue last quarter) from the State Department for aviation and aviation support services in Iraq. DynCorp CEO William L. Ballhaus said, “This award is a tremendously important opportunity for DynCorp International to support …

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