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DHS Considers New Structure for Eagle II Contract

The Department of Homeland Security is considering a new structure for the follow-on contract to the EAGLE I, to be called EAGLE II-Unrestricted. They are deciding between two different strategies. One strategy would be to reduce the number of functional categories from five to three and one would be to …

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DynCorp to Acquire Phoenix Consulting Group, Inc

DynCorp International LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of DynCorp International Inc. (NYSE:DCP – News), agreed to purchase a 100% share of Phoenix Consulting Group, Inc. stock.  The purchase will expand DynCorp International’s service offerings to the intelligence and national security communities. Phoenix is a private company headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, with …

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Xerox to Buy ACS for $6.4 Billion

Xerox Inc. has agreed to buy IT services firm Affilliated Computer Services, Inc. for $6.4 billion.  The major copier company is following in the footsteps of hardware giants Dell and HP, who recently purchased service companies Perot Systems and EDS, respectively.  The new Xerox-ACS firm would boast over $22 billion …

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NCI awarded another task order at Fort Bragg

Today, NCI Information Systems, Inc. announced that it has been awarded a task order worth $6.4 million by the Fort Bragg Network Enterprise Center (NEC) IT Support Services. It calls for NCI to provide support of the U.S. Army Signal NEC in support of its on-site communications and network support services. …

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Dept. of State selects DynCorp as awardee under AFRICAP recompete

On Friday, DynCorp was selected by the U.S. Department of State as one of four awardees under the AFRICAP recompete, which supports regional stability in Africa by building the capacity of African countries and regional organizations to prevent, manage and resolve conflicts on the African continent. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract is …

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CSC Wins Re-Compete for Billion-Dollar TSA Contract

As we reported last week, the Transportation Security Administration has announced that CSC has won the re-compete for the billion-dollar Information Technology Managed Services for a contract formerly held by Unisys.  The contract is worth at least $2 billion, and Unisys could protest the decision. CSC, Unisys, and the TSA …

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Finalists Announced for Government Contracting Awards

The finalists for the 7th Annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards, dubbed by some the “Academy Awards of Government Contracting, ” have been announced.   Awards are presented to contractors at four revenue levels: less than $25 million, $25 to 75 million, $75 to 300 million, and greater than $300 million; …

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NCI awarded $4 million task order to support Air Force

On Thursday, NCI, Inc. announced that it has been awarded a task order to support the fielding and sustainment of the AFWay II Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Modernization throughout the U.S. Air Force. The task order, which is worth approximately $4 million, is a continuation of earlier efforts in developing …

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Lockheed Martin awarded $30 million to provide ATPs for Moroccan Air Force

On Thursday, Lockheed Martin was awarded a foreign military sales contract worth $30 million to deliver Sniper Advanced Targeting Pods (ATPs) to the Royal Moroccan Air Force, which will be employed on its newly-purchased F-16 block 50 aircraft. The contract calls for Lockheed Martin to provide integration support, product spares, …

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ICF International subsidiary wins two contracts potentially worth more than $20 million

Yesterday, ICF International subsidiary Macro International (ICF Macro) was awarded two contracts by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Center for Mental Health Services. The contracts are both indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity and could end up being worth more than $20 million. Under the …

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