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Northrop Grumman awarded $9 million contract by Army

This morning, it was announced that the U.S. Army’s Constructive Simulations Division has contracted Northrop Grumman to the tune of $9 million over the three years. The agreement calls for the company to provide program management, training, testing, information technology and field support to its Tactical Simulation (TACSIM) program, which …

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Department of Homeland Security awards $135 million contract to ManTech

Earlier today, ManTech International announced that it has received a contract from the Department of Homeland Security that could be worth up to $135 million. The contract has one base years and four option years. Under the terms of the contract, ManTech agreed to support the Department of Homeland Security’s …

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Northrop Grumman CEO Ronald Sugar to Retire, Wesley Bush Named Replacement

Northrop Grumman has announced that Chairman and CEO Ronald Sugar retire at the end of the year and Wesley Bush will replace him.  Mr. Sugar will continue to serve in an advisory role for six months before completing his retirement in June 2010.  Mr. Bush has served at Northrop Grumman …

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Cobham Defense, Electronic Systems Corporation: The $1.4 Billion Contractor You May Have Never Heard Of

Last year, Cobham purchased the Surveillance and Attack business unit of BAE Systems in Lansdale and M/A-COM, as well as SPARTA Strategic Business Unit to form Cobham Defense Electronic Systems Corporation, a subsidiary of British defense contractor Cobham plc. led by Jeremy Wensinger with combined revenues of $1.4bn and more …

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Dept. of Defense awards $28 million task order to SRA

On Wednesday, it was announced that SRA International has earned a task order from the Department of Defense (DOD) that could potentially be worth up to $28 million, if all options are exercised on the four-year contract. The task order calls for SRA to provide engineering, security, human resources and …

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Daon to provide service in Australia

Yesterday, Daon announced that is has been tabbed identity platform provider for trusted enrollment services for a major customer in Australia. Daon, which provides identity assurance software and services, employs an identity management system that offers a centralized platform and client biometric infrastructure for a variety of uses including employee …

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Anthony Verna of Paradigm Solutions on In-Sourcing: “Be Solution-Oriented”

In a recent interview with ExecutiveBiz, Anthony Verna of Paradigm Solutions discussed some of the implications of the emerging trend of competitive in-sourcing in the government contracting market.  Verna comments, “…if the government gets a little more traction with sustaining and scaling the acquisition workforce, there will be less large …

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CACI awarded $19.7 million contract modification

Earlier today, it was announced that CACI International, Inc. has been awarded a contract modification worth $19.7 million to support the different arms of the U.S. military. The modification requires CACI to provide technical support, engineering services and supplies to the Special Communications Requirements Division of the Naval Air Warfare …

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Navy and Air Force contract Northrop Grumman

Northrop Grumman has announced the awarding of two separate contracts, both in service of the U.S. military. One was awarded to the company’s shipbuilding unit, Amsec LLC, and came from the Navy. The contract is worth $455 million, and calls for Amsec to provide hull, mechanical, electrical and electronic system …

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Dept. of Energy awards $98 million prime contract to Booz Allen

On Wednesday, it was announced that the Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) has awarded Booz Allen Hamilton a prime contract worth $98 million. The contract runs for three years with an option for an additional two years. Under the terms of the contract, Booz Allen Hamilton is …

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