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Ground-breaking Northrop Grumman-built satellite successfully impacts moon

Early this morning, the astronomy and space world watched as the Northrop Grumman-built Lunar CRater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) successfully impacted the moon’s Cabeus crater, ending a 112-day mission to find water ice on the moon that could serve as a resource for future lunar outposts. According to NASA, …

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$90 million contract extension between Cobham, Australian air Express expands on 17-year relationship

Yesterday, Cobham announced that it has won a long-term extension to its contract worth approximately $90 million with Australian air Express (AaE) to provide air freight services to Eastern Australian ports.  Cobham Aviation Services Australia will continue to provide three BAe146QT aircraft and crews to fly high-priority overnight freight services …

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Data migration and support for Air Force could net Serco $24.5 million

Today, Serco, Inc. announced that it has been awarded the Air Force Data Preparation for the Expeditionary Combat Support System (ECSS) Data Preparation task order. As a result, Serco will support the U.S. Air Force Materiel Command with data migration from legacy systems into an integrated environment. The new task order …

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CGI Federal, GSA agree to five-year contract worth $32 million

On Friday, CGI Group, Inc. subsidiary CGI Federal announced that it has been awarded a contract by the U.S.General Services Administration (GSA) for data center hosting and application management support of its Integrated Financial System (IFS), which is based on CGI’s Momentum® Financials software. The contract is worth $32 million …

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Telos Corp. to develop multi-touch, multi-user advanced computing app for Hawaii Air National Guard

On Wednesday, Telos Corporation announced that it will employ its SE7EN Application Development Framework to provide custom development of a multi-touch, multi-user, computing application for the Hawaii Air National Guard (HIANG).  The solution will enhance HIANG’s ability to access complex geomapping data and to share it with collaborating agencies. The …

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QinetiQ North America could earn $28 million from National Defense University work

On Tuesday, QinetiQ North America announced that it has been awarded a contract to provide IT support services for the National Defense University (NDU). The contract is potentially worth $28 million over five years. QinetiQ will support the National Defense University’s Information Technology Directorate by providing IT services and support …

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GTSI to provide Automatic Identification Technology products and solutions for Army

Yesterday, GTSI Corp. announced that it was named one of five awardees of an Army Program Executive office, Enterprise Information Systems (PEO-EIS) $418.52 million contract for Automatic Identification Technology (AIT) products, services, and solutions. Under the contract, GTSI will provide a wide range of services and innovative solutions to fully …

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BAE Systems locks up almost $14 million for upgraded rocket system protection

On Wednesday, BAE Systems announced that it has been awarded a contract from the Army Aviation and Missile Life Cycle Management Command (AMCOM), to manufacture 64 Increased Crew Protection (ICP) cab upgrade kits for the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS). The contract, which also includes 65 cab up-armor applique …

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TechTeam Government Solutions Adds Gary Mears and Bill James to Leadership Team

WashingtonTechnology’s Nick Wakeman reports that TechTeam Government Solutions Inc. has appointed Gary Mears SVP of the Vector Research Center for Enterprise Performance, and Bill James VP of business development. Mears will replace the retiring W. Deane Stanley III.  Vector Research Center was created in 2007 when TechTeam acquired NewVectors, and …

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Ciber designing and installing security for Libya’s Misurata Free Zone

Today, Ciber, Inc. announced that its federal division has won a security contract from the Misurata Free Zone, located in Libya, to design and install a comprehensive security system for Phase 1 of the new facility. The contract is worth $14.1 million. The Misurata Free Zone provides the north coast …

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