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BAE to Bring Security Systems to Army Bases

BAE Systems won a U.S. Army contract valued at as much as $95 million to develop “automated security systems to control access to Army bases and other installations.” According to BAE, the firm “currently provides similar systems for the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and others in …

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What is Brad Antle Reading This Summer?

ExecutiveBiz has published the summer reading lists of some major government contracting figures.  Here’s Brad Antle’s of Bradford Strategic Consulting Group: “Too Big to Fail: The Inside Story of How Wall Street and Washington Fought to Save the Financial System, by Andrew Ross Sorkin. An in-depth narrative that chronicles the …

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DLT’s Rick Marcotte on Honor from Everything Channel

DLT Solutions has been recognized by Everything Channel as one of North America’s top technology integrators. Named to the VAR500 list, DLT Solutions placed number 96 in the 16th annual ranking, a jump from number 127 in 2009. This award follows the 2009 honor of Federal Solutions Provider of the …

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Deloitte’s JR Reagan Talks Cyber Crime

ExecutiveBiz caught up with JR Reagan of Deloitte to pick his brain on several issues, including cyber crime: “One of the most important measures we need to take is an international agreement that says ‘here’s the conduct that we expect on a global stage around cybersecurity.’ We have that with …

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CACI’s Jack London Named Induction Laureate at 2010 Washington Business Hall of Fame

CACI International, Inc. (NYSE: CACI) announced today that Chairman of the Board, Dr. Jack London, has been chosen for induction as a laureate in the Washington Business Hall of Fame. The award honors individuals who have made a significant impact on the Greater Washington Region through their business excellence, leadership, …

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SAIC’s Deborah Alderson Explains New Ground Combat Vehicle Proposal

SAIC announced today that they will be competing for one of possible three contract awards to develop the U.S. Army ‘s Ground Combat Vehicle (GVC) program. SAIC Defense Solutions Group president, Deborah Alderson, explained the importance of GVC to the U.S. Army and their protection from current and any possible …

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Tuesday’s Featured Job- Director, Civil Cyber Missions with Northrop Grumman

Job Description Roles and Responsibilities: The Civil Cyber Missions Director will be responsible for positioning Northrop Grumman as the industry leader in the civil cyber market and the tactical goal of shaping and supporting new business opportunities. This individual will execute the business for the civil cyber mission area as …

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Alion, Booz Allen, ITT, L-3, SAIC, Wyle Among Firms Awarded Pieces of $2B Air Force Deal

Alion Science and Technology, Applied Research Associates, Battelle Memorial Institute, Booz Allen Hamilton, ITT Corp, L-3, SAIC, Wyle Laboratories and MacAulay-Brown have each been awarded a piece of a $2 billion contract with the Air Force. According to the Department of Defense, “Alion (FA1500-10-D-0001); Applied Research Associates (FA1500-10-D0002); Battelle Memorial …

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Kathy Madaleno Discusses the Future of HR

Senior Vice President and Director of Human Resources at Alion Science and Technology, Kathy Madaleno, recently sat down with GovCon Executive and discussed her top priorities, challenges, and her stance on the future of HR. When asked about where she sees HR in the future, Madaleno said “The social media …

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CNSI gets $2, 988, 000 contract for Detroit Metro Region Medical Records

The Social Security Administration (SSA) has awarded The South East Michigan Health Information Exchange (SEMHIE) with a $2, 988, 000 contract for an Electronic Medical Records (EMR). The initiative will allow CNSI, a partner of Southeastern Michigan Health Association (SEMHA), to automate the Social Security disability insurance claims in the …

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