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Deborah Ricci Succeeds Barry Broadus as Constellis CFO

Deborah Ricci, formerly senior vice president of finance and accounting at Constellis, has been promoted to chief financial officer of the Reston, Virginia-based risk management and operational support services contractor. Constellis said Thursday Ricci succeeds Barry Broadus and will oversee the company’s financial strategy and operations as CFO. “Debbie is extremely qualified for this …

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ASRC Federal Appoints Military Healthcare Vet Richard Terry to VP, Client Relations Exec Roles; Mark Gray Comments

Richard “Chip” Terry, a retired U.S. Air Force colonel and former acting chief information officer of the Military Health System, has been named vice president and client relations executive for federal health and defense programs at ASRC Federal. ASRC Federal said Thursday Terry will lead ASRC Federal’s partnership and customer base growth efforts …

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Former AT&T Exec Anthony Robbins Joins Nvidia as North American Public Sector VP

Anthony Robbins, former vice president for defense at AT&T‘s (NYSE: T) global public sector business, has joined California-based technology firm Nvidia (Nasdaq: NVDA) as VP for the North American public sector. He will lead NVIDIA’s federal and defense business operations across the region as well as its higher education and research …

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GE Lands Potential $643M Air Force FMS Contract for Aircraft Engines, Spares

General Electric (NYSE: GE) has received a potential seven-year, $643 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract from the U.S. Air Force to provide F110-GE-129 aircraft engines and spares to three foreign military sales clients. The Defense Department said Thursday GE will also provide updated engine monitoring system computers, over-and-above repair services for government-furnished properties …

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Govt Services Vet Duane Andrews Named Accelera Board Chairman

Duane Andrews, former CEO of QinetiQ North America, has joined cloud services provider Accelera Solutions as chairman of the board. Accelera said Wednesday Andrews brings to the company leadership experience in the government services industry that included a seven-year stint as QNA CEO. Steve Weiss, Accelera president and chief operating officer, said …

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Ball Aerospace Wins Potential $94M Air Force Contract for Low-Earth Orbit Satellite Tech Support

Ball Aerospace & Technologies has won a potential two-year, $93.7 million U.S. Air Force contract to provide a weather system follow-on microwave technology for a low-Earth orbit satellite. The Defense Department said Thursday the company will also conduct system design and risk reduction efforts for the satellite equipped with passive microwave imaging radiometer and …

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Tech Industry Vet Raja Koduri to Join Intel as Chief Architect, Computing Group SVP

Raja Koduri, formerly senior vice president and chief architect of AMD‘s (Nasdaq: AMD) Radeon Technologies subsidiary, will join Intel (Nasdaq: INTC) in December as chief architect. He will also serve as senior vice president of Intel’s newly established core and visual computing group and general manager of a project that aims to drive …

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Celerian Group Buys JBS to Expand Tech & Business Mgmt Services for Public Sector

The Celerian Group, a consortium of government contractors, has acquired JBS International in a move to expand technology and business management service offerings to the public and private sectors. Bethesda, Maryland-based JBS is led by co-CEOs Gail Bassin and Jerri Shaw and will continue to operate from its current headquarters and …

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Lockheed Lands $386M Contract Modification to Support Air Force ICBM Re-Entry System

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has received a potential $386 million contract modification from the U.S. Air Force to continue support work on the military branch’s intercontinental ballistic missile system. The Defense Department said Wednesday Lockheed’s space systems business will support the re-entry systems and vehicle subsystems of the Minuteman III ICBM. USAF awarded the …

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Raytheon to Develop Navy Aircraft Telemetry, Transmitter Systems Under $80M Contract

A Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) subsidiary has landed a potential $79.6 million contract to build telemetry and transmitter systems for a U.S. Navy airborne early warning aircraft platform. The Defense Department said Wednesday that Raytheon Ktech will help the service branch develop and integrate the Commercial Aircraft Based Instrumentation Telemetry System and Airborne Command Transmitter System …

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