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Booz Allen Lands Spot on $2.5B SEC IT Services IDIQ

Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) will compete for orders to help the Securities and Exchange Commission address business information technology requirements under a potential 10-year, $2.5B indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. The company said Wednesday it will work under the SEC Office of IT’s OneOIT contract to help the agency protect investors, regulate markets …

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Gov’t IT Market Vet Tim Hannon Joins Tech Data as Public Sector Solutions VP

Tim Hannon, formerly president of CIS Secure Computing, has joined Tech Data Corp. (Nasdaq: TECD) as vice president of public sector solutions at the global information technology distributor. His responsibilities will include oversight of the Tech Data Government Solutions subsidiary and its work under the General Services Administration‘s IT Schedule 70 contract, the …

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Evan Lee Named ICF Strategy, Modernization VP; Kris Tremaine Quoted

Evan Lee, formerly chief technology officer at the Department of Health and Human Services’ office of inspector general, has joined ICF (Nasdaq: ICFI) as vice president for strategy and modernization within the federal digital practice. Lee will oversee efforts to develop a federal growth strategy that seeks to leverage the company’s …

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Jacobs Gets $242M Contract to Support Navy’s Intelligent Asset Management

Jacobs Engineering Group (NYSE: JEC) will provide operation and maintenance services to support the U.S. Navy in intelligent asset management under a potential $241.7M contract. The company said Wednesday it will work at Naval Station Mayport and Marine Corps Support Facility Blount Island in Jacksonville, Fla., and other areas supported …

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Potomac Officers Club Hosts 2018 Multi-Domain Battlefield Forum

On Thursday, Nov. 1st, GovCon leaders from the public and private sector gathered for the Potomac Officers Club’s 2018 Multi-Domain Battlefield Forum, where keynote speaker Brig. Gen. Chance Saltzman, director of current operations, U.S. Air Force, discussed the challenges and strategic opportunities facing multi-domain operations. An expert panel followed, featuring: …

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William Rittershaus Named SPA Huntsville Operations Director; William Vantine Quoted

William Rittershaus, formerly senior system engineer of Systems Planning and Analysis and a retired U.S. Air Force colonel, has been appointed director of the company’s operations in Huntsville, Ala. He will oversee business strategy and development activities targeting Conventional Prompt Strike or hypersonics-related projects within the region in his new role, SPA said …

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ASRC Federal’s Mark Gray Leads ‘Incredibly Successful’ Heart Walk, Over $2M Raised for Third Straight Year

The 2018 DC Heart Walk, held Nov. 3rd at the National Mall, has raised over $2M for the third consecutive year. “Thank you for your commitment to our incredibly successful 2018 DC Heart Walk campaign. Your hard work and relentless effort have helped us raise $2,324,000 to date with time …

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Northern Virginia, NYC to House Amazon’s Two New HQs

Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN) has officially chosen New York’s Long Island City and Northern Virginia’s Arlington to accommodate its new headquarters with plans to invest $5B and generate at least 50K jobs across the two sites. “These two locations will allow us to attract world-class talent that will help us to …

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Alion to Boost Military ISR Capabilities via $769M Task Order Under OASIS Contract

Alion Science and Technology has secured a $769M task order under the General Services Administration’s One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services contract to boost the U.S. armed forces’ intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities. The company said Tuesday its work under the Joint Capability Embedded Technology Insertion and Integration task order …

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BAE Systems to Support Army Intelligence Training Under $100M Contract; Peder Jungck Quoted

BAE Systems has received a $100M contract to support training needs of the U.S. Army‘s 116th Military Intelligence Brigade in technical, functional and general areas. The four-year effort is intended to increase the brigade’s understanding of regional threats and modernize training for soldiers, the company said Tuesday. Work under the …

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