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Brian Gieseler Appointed CFO of iGov

Brian Gieseler has been appointed Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of iGov, reporting to Patrick Neven, Chairman and CEO. Gieseler will oversee the company’s financial, accounting and operations programs including information technology services and purchasing.  Mr. Gieseler will also help chart the company’s strategic direction as part of iGov’s investment committee.

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Boeing to Compete for $34 Billion Air Force Contract

Chicago-based Boeing has issued a competitive statement advertising its refueling tankers to the US Air Force. The bid was won last year by Northrop Grumman and the European Aeronautic Defense and Space Co. but bidding was later re-opened. The contract is worth $35 billion. Rick Lemaster, Boeing’s tanker program manager …

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ICE to Outsource Disaster Recovery

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is set to outsource disaster recovery planning and preparations according to the Chief Information Officer. The contractor will be responsible for developing and maintaining materials and plans for disaster recovery. The contract is worth up to $25 million per year and a request for proposals …

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Lockheed Awarded Contract with Ceiling of $955 Million

The Environmental Protection Agency has awarded Lockheed Martin a Blanket Purchase Agreement, to be among the firms to provide support for the IT Solutions-EPA II agreement. Under the contract, which is for seven years and has a combined ceiling value of $955 million, Lockheed will perform IT maintenance and service …

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Intracom Wins $55.7 Million Contract From Raytheon

Raytheon has outsourced manufacturing of subsystems for the latest version of the launchers of the Patriot air and missile defense systems to Greece based, Intracom Defense Electronics. The deal is worth $55.7 million and will service the Patriot program in the UAE. The project is expected to last three and …

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American Systems awarded $20 million blanket purchase agreement

American Systems announced today that the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s IT Services had awarded it a blanket purchase agreement that could potentially be worth $20 million. The agreement obligates American Systems to install and provide end-user support on communications systems. This will allow the Department of Agriculture’s service center agencies …

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Northrop Grumman Awarded $33.9 Million Extension

The city of Indianapolis and Marion County, Ind. have awarded Northrop Grumman an extension to an existing five year contract that was originally awarded in 2004. The ad-on calls for the global security provider to furnish IT services that will work to improve customer service, technology efficiencies, risk avoidance and …

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Raytheon Accomplishes Successful Underwater Missile Test

Raytheon Company successfully tested an underwater launch of its Raytheon AIM-9X air-to-air test missile shape at the U.S. Army’s Test Center in Aberdeen, MD. The missile was released from a submerged Tomahawk Capsule Launching System. This technology is part of the Department of the Navy’s Program Executive Offices of Submarine’s …

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Army Seeking New E-Mail System

The US Army is currently seeking proposals for a contract to develop and maintain a new email system for the Department of the Army. Lt. General Jeffrey Sorenson announced at a meeting of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association that the Army is looking to award a contract for …

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