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Category: Executive Moves

Qwest Requested to Reconsider Internet Grant by PSC

Qwest has been asked by the Public Service Commission (PSC), which regulates utilities in the state of Montana, to reassess

ISO 9001/AS9100 Re-Certification Awarded to Northrop Grumman Business Unit

The Navigation Systems Division (NSD) under Northrop Grumman Corp. has been re-certified in the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001/AS9100.

SAIC Wins $250 Million Defense Logistics Agency Contract

Defense Logistics Agency has awarded a $250 million contract to SAIC for maintenance and repair work.  SAIC will repair and

Perot Systems Wins 5-Year Extension to Old Mutual U.S. Life Contract

Perot Systems Corporation has won a five-year extension to its ongoing administrative services agreement with Old Mutual U.S. Life. The agreement extends

CACI Wins $900 Million Army Contract

The U.S. Army’s Communications-Electronics Research Development Center has awarded a contract worth $900 million to CACI International Inc. for scientific and engineering

USDA Awards $30 Million Contract To CSC and Six Others

A one year contract with four one-year options was awarded to six companies, among them is Falls Church based CSC.

States Put Bulk of Discretionary Stimulus Spending into Public Safety Projects

Al Gordon of NSI reports: “While the bulk of stimulus funding earmarked for state recovery efforts comes with conditions, a

Lockheed Wins $12.7M Pepco Contract

Pepco Holdings Inc. has awarded Lockheed Martin Corp. a three-year contract to manage commercial energy efficient programs in Washington, D.C.

Lockheed Martin Questions Safety, Cost of Commercial Passenger Transport to ISS

Lockheed Martin is warning that the fast-tracking of plans to develop commercial passenger transport systems for the International Space Station (ISS) costly and

IBM: “We have been watching Brazil for a while…The time is right.”

Move over, China and India, IBM is betting that the next developing technology hotspot will be Brazil.  The company has
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