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Microsoft’s Curt Kolcun on New Federal Cloud Offerings

Microsoft has rolled out new cloud-based solutions specifically designed for the federal government. The new Business Productivity Online Suite Federal is optimized to meet the security, privacy and compliance needs of U.S. federal government agencies. In addition, there will be future capabilities and certifications that will continue to raise the …

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AMERICAN SYSTEMS’ William C. Hoover on Naming Peter Pflugrath VP, Custom Business Applications

AMERICAN SYSTEMS has named Peter Pflugrath vice president of Custom Business Applications (CBA). In this role, Pflugrath will oversee the CBA directorate’s work developing unique IT and systems integration solutions for government customers. “Peter’s extensive experience developing and implementing IT solutions in the federal space will prove invaluable for government …

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Serco Releases Fiscal Numbers for 2009

Serco has released its fiscal figures for 2009, indicating strong operational performance and growth; awarded contracts valued at £5.8B. The firm signed contracts valued at £4.5B and appointed preferred bidder for £1.3B of contracts. Serco also further strengthened business portfolio and extended capabilities into new growth markets and delivered strong …

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Lockheed’s Ray O. Johnson on Supporting STEM Fields

Lockheed Martin CTO Ray O. Johnson sat down with the Coalition for Space Exploration to talk about his firm’s efforts to support science, technology, engineering and math (STEM fields) in schools. “As a global security corporation that relies heavily on these fields, we consider this nothing short of a crisis, …

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Vangent’s Craig Janus on Improvements at Dept. of Labor

Vangent says the Department of Labor is already realizing significant quality improvements and cost efficiencies as a result of the recent launch of its new paperless employee benefit EFAST2 processing system. The firm’s EFAST2 system allows the Department of Labor to improve quality through better data capture; reduce processing times …

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L-3 Wins $40M MCS Deal with Navy

L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL) announced today that it has been awarded a contract to replace the Machinery Control System (MCS) on Military Sealift Command’s (MSC) T-AOE Fast Combat Support Ships. The total contract, valued at more than $40 million, includes design, manufacturing and testing of the new equipment for one …

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Raytheon Names William F. Kiczuk CTO, VP

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has named William F. Kiczuk chief technology officer and vice president,   where he will work under Mark E. Russell, the firm’s vice president of Engineering, Technology and Mission Assurance. In this role, Kiczuk will be responsible for developing and executing an integrated technology and research strategy …

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Monday’s Featured Job: CACI Intelligence Analyst, Principal

As a recognized authority, provides intelligence support for contingency operations, battle staff and operational-level planning, joint and multi-lateral training exercises, and strategic engagement policy throughout the Areas of Operational Responsibility (AOR) and Areas of Interest (AOI). Monitors and analyzes all strategic and operational aspects of political, military, and economic developments …

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BAE Reveals 2009 Fiscal Results

BAE’s 2009 fiscal results are in.  According to the firm, headline sales are up 21% to £22.4B, with underlying EBITA up 17% to £2, 220B.  Underlying earnings per share are up 9.7% to 40.7%. “BAE Systems has again delivered a strong set of financial results. Our well-defined and proven global …

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