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IBM and Cisco Announce Smart Grid Pilot in Amsterdam

IBM and Cisco have announced a pilot smart grid project for 500 households in Amsterdam to increase energy efficiency.  The program is part of the Amsterdam Smart City initiative which endeavors to make Amsterdam a more sustainable city.  Cisco will provide IP-based management solutions enabling real-time, secure monitoring of appliances and energy systems …

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Lockheed Martin Begins Testing Australia’s First Aegis Destroyer

The Aegis missile system for Australia’s first Aegis-based Air Warfare Destroyer began a four month testing program today at Lockheed Martin’s Aegis Production Test Center.  After testing,  the weapon system ready for installation on the HMAS Hobart, the first of three Australian Air Warfare Destroyers currently under contract. Lockheed Martin’s Production Test …

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Qwest Communicaitons to Pass on First Round of Broadband Stimulus Bidding

Qwest Communications International Inc. has stated that it will not offer any bids for the first round of a $7.2 billion rural broadband stimulus program through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.  The company is abstaining from the program, designed to expand the reach of high-speed Internet to remote areas,  because it says …

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Second Quarter 2009 Results Show 14% Increase for Vangent, Inc.

Second quarter 2009 numbers were released for Vangent, Inc. yesterday. The results for the information management and business process outsourcing service provider show a $17.1 million increase from the same time last year. One year ago they reported $123.9 million compared to June 27 of this year at $141.0 million. …

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HPTi Wins $147 Million DoD Computing Contract

High Performance Technologies, Inc. has won the User Productivity Enhancement, Technology Transfer and Training (PETTT) contract from the DoD’s High Performance Computing Modernization Office (HPCMO), worth $147 million over ten years. HPTi will interface with government labs and coordinate the efforts of top research universities and private companies comprising the PETTT …

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Navy Awards $49 Million Contract to Alion ST

Alion ST, of McLean, VA has been awarded a one year contract with four options, by the US Navy for $49 Million. The government contractor is tasked with modeling and simulation support for the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic. This will be accomplished through technical engineering services and …

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Citizant Names Jim Ballard to Board of Advisors

Citizant, a regional leader in governmental technical and strategic consulting services, has created a board of advisors comprised of government technology industry veterans who will help maximize the company’s success and value.   The Board of Advisors will aid the company in its strategic plan to grow organically and through acquisition to …

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American Systems Awarded up to $24 Million for SPAWAR IT Security Services

A $14.5 million contract was awarded to Chantilly, VA based American Systems Corporation with four options which could increase the value to $24 million. The contract specifies indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity with cost-plus-fixed-fee pricing. American Systems is charged with security engineering services for the Space and Naval Warfare systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific.) …

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ManTech Awarded $11M Contract by Defense Intelligence Agency

ManTech International Corp has been awarded an $11 million contract for continued development of the social-networking type program in use within the intelligence community. The Web 2.0 application allows for secure access to large databases of texts, images, and video in the intelligence community across numerous classifications with the proper …

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