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Lockheed Awarded $500M Navy Electronics Test Equipment Supply Contract

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has received a potential $500M contract to supply the U.S. Navy with more than 200 units of equipment designed to test aircraft electronics. The company said Tuesday it will produce and deliver Electronic Consolidated Automated Support Systems over a seven-year period. Sailors uses eCASS to troubleshoot electronic …

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CACI to Support Navy Personnel Mgmt Program Under Potential $184M IDIQ; Ken Asbury Quoted

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has landed a spot on a potential nine-year, $184M contract to support the U.S. Navy‘s Deputy Chief of Naval Operations in efforts to simplify personnel management and manage service quality. The company said Tuesday it will provide business management and process re-engineering services to the DCNO’s …

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SpringCM’s Gary Wootten: Cloud-Based Records Retention Schedule Could Help Agencies Streamline Document Mgmt

Gary Wootten, vice president of public sector at SpringCM, has said agencies that aim to automate records management and improve collaboration should adopt a cloud-based records retention schedule. Wootten wrote that implementing such a schedule would help agencies classify records based on retention period, event or case type while complying …

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CIA Vet Mark Kelton Appointed DynCorp National Security Solutions SVP; George Krivo Comments

Mark Kelton, a retired senior executive of the CIA, has joined DynCorp International as senior vice president of national security solutions at the McLean, Va.-based government services contractor. He brings 34 years of intelligence operations, international security, insider threat detection, counterintelligence and crisis management experience to his new position, DynCorp …

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Mitre Awarded $407M Contract to Support Air Force Through National Security Engineering Center

Mitre has received a $406.8M contract to provide support services to the U.S. Air Force through the utilization of the National Security Engineering Center that the nonprofit corporation manages for the Defense Department. The service branch will obligate $506.2K in foreign military sales funds at the time of award, the DoD said …

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Thomas Topolski Returns to Parsons as Infrastructure Business SVP; Mike Johnson Quoted

Thomas Topolski, who managed capital programs at Parsons from 1998 to 2008, has returned to the company as senior vice president of its infrastructure business and director of business development for its transport division. He will oversee strategic growth plans as well as manage transport-related sales and performance in his new roles, …

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DynCorp Secures $258M Army Logistics Support Extension

DynCorp International has secured a $258M contract extension from the U.S. Army Sustainment Command to continue base life support and maintenance operations to aid over 18K U.S. troops in Afghanistan. The 12-month task order supports the Army’s Logistics Civil Augmentation Program IV contract and requires DynCorp to manage facilities, sewage …

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General Dynamics Receives $145M in Army WIN-T Configuration Contracts

The U.S. Army has awarded General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) a pair of contracts worth $144.9M combined to provide configuration items for the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical mission network and hardware. The Defense Department said Friday the company’s mission systems business will perform work under the two contracts in Taunton, Mass., through Aug. 31, …

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Air Force Awards 14 Spots on $90M Scott AF Base Construction Services IDIQ

Fourteen companies have landed spots on a one-year, $90M multiple-award contract to support general construction projects at a U.S. Air Force installation located in Illinois. The Defense Department said Friday contractors will compete for task orders to build, repair, alter and maintain facilities within or under the jurisdiction of Scott AF …

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Raytheon Lands $282M USAF Contract for Multispectral Sensor Systems

Raytheon has secured a $282M undefinitized contract from the U.S. Air Force to modernize and deliver AN/DAS-4 electro-optical/infrared sensor systems. Under the predominantly fixed-price-incentive contract, Raytheon will upgrade 40 DAS-1A turret units to a DAS-4 configuration and provide 127 AN/DAS-4 Multi-Spectral Targeting System Model B high-definition and target location accuracy turrets, the …

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