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Alion ST Wins $84.7 Million Contract to Support Naval Sea Systems IT

Alion ST has won an $84.7 million contract to support the Naval Sea Systems (NAVSEA) Command Information Officer (CIO) by streamlining and enhancing key IT systems, including the NAVSEA Intranet.  The Alion team will manage the NAVSEA Legacy applications and operations as they migrate to the Navy-Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) …

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West Palm Beach: Thanks Presidio!

The city of West Palm Beach Florida saved an estimated $700, 000 in upgrading IT Solutions for its New City Center Project thanks to Presidio Networked Solutions. As an attempt to virtualize the New City Center Project, West Palm Beach used federal grants and stimulus dollars to bring cost-effective and useful technology to …

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American Systems Ranks in Top 100 Employee-Owned Companies

The National Center for Employee Ownership (NCEO) has ranked Chantilly-based IT solutions provider, American Systems in the 100 largest majority employee-owned companies. American Systems is one of the largest of 11, 000 U.S. majority-owned Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) companies.   The American Systems ESOP plan helps workers share in the …

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Bankrupt BearingPoint: Keane Expands

Keane has agreed to buy BearingPoint’s Public Services business in North America which includes the BearingPoint New York City practice.  BearingPoint filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy in February 18, 2009 and is selling almost all of its assets as part of a reconstruction plan. The agreement between the two US-based companies is still pending approval from BearingPoint’s …

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Chopra: Interest in Private Sector

The Obama administration once again has shown its commitment to technology and acknoloegment of the importance of the private sector with its participation in the Technology Leadership & Strategy Initiative. The nation’s first Chief Technology Officer, Aneesh Chopra, keynoted the Council on Competitiveness’ Compete: Technology forum  earlier this week. The forum included more than two-dozen prominent technology leaders …

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Recovery Act: Website Shows ‘Where the Money Goes’

In keeping with President Obama’s commitment to government transparency, the Office of Management and Budget has announced a new website dedicated to showing exactly where American tax dollars are being spent. Under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act two websites will display funds received and spent from the US government. Participants will ultimately submit to Federalreporting.gov and the published reports …

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BAE Systems Ranks in 100 Best Places to Work in IT

BAE Systems is one of ComputerWorld’s 100 Best Places to Work in Information Technology for 2009. The annual ranking is a coveted honor in the IT sector and is based on Computerworld’s in-depth review of a company’s IT work environment. Gene Glazar, president of information solutions for BAE Systems, said “The most talented …

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NASA Gives Jacobs $200 Million

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has singed a four-year $200 million contract with Jacobs Engineering Group, an international provider of technological services in the government and private sectors. The contract goes into effect July 1st, 2009 with Jacobs Engineering as the primary contractor,   partnering with Sierra Lobo Inc. and Qualis Corporation. The government contractors will provide support …

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MicroAutomation in the Middle East

MicroAutomation, as an attempt to increase its global market, has teamed up with the Department of State to bring an emergency telephone response plan to the Middle Eastern country of Jordan. The goal of the 911 initiative  is to better prepare US allies in the Middle East in the event of …

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ManTech and Eagan McAllister Win Navy Contracts

ManTech singed a $38.8 million and Eagan McAllister signed a $36.9 million contract with the command and control support services of the US Navy. The performance-based,  indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts with option periods have a total potential earning of $205.6 million. The US Navy will receive tactical command and control integration and improvement support services, …

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