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Atlas Research to Help Update VA Claims Processing System; Robin Portman Quoted

Atlas Research has won a contract to help the Department of Veterans Affairs update and simplify its platform for processing disability compensation claims. Washington, D.C.-based Atlas said Thursday it partnered with Amida and Prometheus Federal Services to develop a system for VA personnel to collect evidentiary materials needed to process claims for military veterans.

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E-TAS Lands $97M Contract for Technical Support to DOE Portsmouth/Paducah Project Office

Enterprise Technical Assistance Services will provide technical support services to a Department of Energy project office that oversees environmental legacy cleanup efforts at Portsmouth and Paducah uranium enrichment sites under a potential $97.1M contract, according to a FedBizOpps notice posted Thursday.

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WBB CFO Richard Harkey Joins Cornerstone Defense Board; Chris Goodrich Quoted

Richard Harkey, senior vice president and chief financial officer of Whitney, Bradley & Brown, has joined the board of directors at technical services contractor Cornerstone Defense. He joined WBB in January 2018 and oversees  financial, operational, contracting, information technology and facility-related activities there, Cornerstone said Thursday.

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Adm. Michael Gilday Assumes Navy CNO Post

U.S. Navy Adm. Michael Gilday formally succeeded Adm. John Richardson, two-time Wash100 Award recipient, as chief of naval operations during a ceremony that took place Thursday in Washington. "Gilday is a true cutting edge warfighter, a surface warrior who, by virtue of his leadership at 10th Fleet, fully appreciates the challenges we face in the cyber warfare arena and the increasing pace of competition in new domains,” Richardson said.

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Anne Hughes Named Cognosante Civilian Health Business Dev’t VP

Anne Hughes, a more than 30-year health care industry veteran, has been named vice president of business development at Cognosante's civilian health unit, FedHealthIT reported Thursday. Cognosante is headquartered in Falls Church, Va., and offers technology and business process outsourcing services to government health organizations.

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Infor CFO Kevin Samuelson Promoted to CEO, Charles Phillips to Serve as Board Chairman

Kevin Samuelson, formerly chief financial officer of Infor, has succeeded Charles Phillips as CEO of the business cloud software provider. Phillips has held the CEO post over the past nine years and will transition to a new role as chairman of the firm's board of directors, Infor said Wednesday.

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SAP NS2 Gains FedRAMP Board OK for Payroll Engine, Human Capital Mgmt Suite Integration

SAP National Security Services has received approval from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program's joint authorization board to offer a payroll engine with a cloud-based human capital management platform. FEDRAMP JAB granted the provisional authorization to operate for the company to include its Employee Central Payroll technology in the Cloud-SuccessFactors HCM Suite for Government, SAP NS2 said Wednesday.

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