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$70 Million Contract Awarded to CACI

The U.S. Navy’s Military Sealift Command has awarded Arlington based CACI, provider of IT solutions and professional services, a contract worth $70 million to provide them with development support services for engineering systems and integrated logistics. The MSC works to deliver supplies and provides transportation services for all U.S. Military …

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KBR Inc. Announces New Unit

Houston based firm KBR Inc. has announced the formation of a new group entitled Government, Defense and Infrastructure Business Group. William Utt, CEO, Chairman and President of KBR released a statement highlighting the company’s need for an all encompassing department. The group will absorb the existing Government and Infrastructure Business …

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Follow-on to ETOSS Awarded to CACI

Arlington based CACI International Inc. was awarded a Technical Engineering Support Services contract, that is valued at up to $900 Million, as a follow-on to the existing Engineering, Technical and Operations Support Services agreement. The contract allows for the firm to support the Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center Intelligence …

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$6.1 Million Contract Awarded to SAIC

The Pentagon announced late Wednesday that the Army has awarded a $6.1 Million contract to Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC). The contract calls for the firm to develop programs dealing with radio frequency signal and to demonstrate the same. The contract is scheduled to be completed on May 14, 2012 …

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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. The contract calls for the firms to provide security support and has a $30 Million ceiling value for the six combined. CSC will compete with the other firms to implement …

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Albert Gonzales, Cybercrime Kingpin Behind 130 Million Stolen Credit Cards, Indicted

Albert Gonzales, aged 28, believed by police to be one of the nation’s largest cybercrime kingpins, was indicted Monday along with two Russian accomplices for the largest hacking/identity theft caper in U.S. history.  Federal prosecutors allege that the trio stole data from 130 million credit and debit cards worldwide by …

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New Cyber Security Operations Center Opened by Northrop Grumman

Northrop Grumman Corp. has launched a new Cyber Security Operations Center (CSOC), in Maryland. The aim of the center, which will be operational 24 hours a day, is to protect the company and its clients from cyber threats. The center will focus on detection and response utilizing its customer focused …

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Hackers Utilize Social Media and Stolen IDs to Perform Cyber Attacks

New research suggests that during last year’s five-day war between Russia and Georgia, Russian hackers utilized a combination of hijacked American identities and U.S. software tools to carry out an attack on Georgian governmental web sites. A major issue with cyber-warfare is that current military and international agreements do not …

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Gordon R. England Appointed to CACI Board of Directors

Former Deputy Defense Secretary Gordon R. England has been chosen to join the CACI International Inc. Board of Directors. England has previously served at both the national and industry levels. During his almost four year stint at the DoD he performed the duties of COO and strived to strengthen US …

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