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PSC’s David Berteau: Contractors Likely to Rethink Workforce Security Approach Amid US-Iran Tensions

David Berteau, president and CEO of the Professional Services Council and a 2019 Wash100 winner, said rising tensions between the U.S. and Iran could prompt government contractors to reexamine personnel security measures in the Middle East, the Washington Business Journal reported Friday. "Companies have to be thinking right now, What do I need to do differently, what do I need to be prepared for, will the government have threat information, will they share it with me?"

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TechFlow to Provide Digital Services Through $265M DHS BPA; Robert Baum Quoted

TechFlow has won a spot on a $265M blanket purchase agreement covering architecture, development and platform technical services to the Department of Homeland Security. The company said Thursday it seeks to provide digital services to help address the DHS Office of the Chief Information Officer's service modernization goals with information technology.

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BAE Secures $175M Navy Guided Missile Cruiser Modernization Contract

BAE Systems' ship repair business in Norfolk, Va., has been awarded a potential $175.1M contract to help the U.S. Navy modernize a Ticonderoga-class guided missile cruiser. The firm-fixed-price contract covers the provision of workers and facilities needed to address USS Vicksburg modernization requirements for fiscal year 2020, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

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Avon Rubber Completes Buy of 3M Ballistic Protection Unit

U.K.-based military technology provider Avon Rubber has completed its acquisition of 3M's (NYSE: MMM) ballistic protection business in an approximately $116M cash deal. The transaction includes an initial payment of $91M and a contingent consideration of up to $25M.

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