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BAE, Honeywell Win Shares of Nine-Figure Deal, Lockheed and Boeing Score Navy Wins

According to the Department of Defense, “BAE Systems, ENGlobal Technical Services (N65236-10-D-6828), and Honeywell (NYSE: HON), are each being awarded an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, cost-plus-fixed-fee type multiple-award contract for technical and maintenance services for automated tank gauging; automated fuel service stations; automated fuel handling equipment; environmental leak detection; airfield refueling electrical supervision …

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CACI, SRA, Jacobs and Booz Win Slices of Major GBPS Contract

According to the Department of Defense: “CACI (NYSE: CACI), SRA International (NYSE: SRX), Jacobs Technology and Booz Allen Hamilton were awarded Global Battlestaff and Program Support Services (GBPS) contracts.  The contracts are indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity with a $2, 500 minimum guarantee per prime contract award and a $1.5 billion maximum ceiling.  Under …

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Michele Fluornoy & Mike Mullen: Support for Pakistan is ‘Absolutely Vital, ‘ U.S. Committed ‘For the Long Haul’

Earlier this year, Admiral Mike Mullen told the chiefs of defense from central and south Asia that the U.S.  is committed to the region “for the long haul.”  His remarks at the January conference hearkened to Defense Secretary Robert Gates’ reassurances that the United States has “no designs on the …

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BAE Systems awarded contract to provide Light Armored Vehicles

The US Army has awarded BAE Systems a contract to provide Iraqi Light Armored Vehicles for the Iraqi Ministry of Defense and the Interior. The contract, worth $59 million, is for 109 second generation Iraqi Light Armored Vehicles and 10 Mine Roller kits. BAE Systems will serve as the prime …

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News – KBR Wins Part of $3 Billion Air Force Contract

Defense contractor KBR has been awarded a basic contract from the U.S. Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment Contracting Officer to compete for future task orders under the Worldwide Environmental Restoration and Construction 2009 program. Under the base contract and upon award of future task order, KBR will …

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ExecutiveMove- American Systems Promotes Charles Foote

American Systems has named Charles ‘Skip’ Foote VP and Strategic Business Area Leader for the Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR). Foote will head the company’s C4ISR  work in the intelligence and defense community and business development. Foote brings a wealth of experience in information technology and …

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News- CACI’s Jack London Wins GovCon Award

CACI’s Jack London won the Contractor of the Year award at the GovCon Awards held Wednesday night in Tysons Corner, VA. The award was for contractors with over $300 million per year in revenue. CACI provides technical and professional services and solutions for defense, intelligence, homeland security and other federal …

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David Acton joins Johnston McLamb as new CFO

Yesterday, Inc. 5000 management and technology consulting firm Johnston McLamb announced that David Acton has been named its new chief financial officer. Acton comes to the Chantilly-based firm from Edge Technologies, Inc., where he held the same title. At Edge Technologies, he directed daily operations of treasury, accounting, budget, tax …

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Terry Ryan Announced as President of ManTech Systems Engineering & Advanced Technology Group

Former Director of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance for the Department of Defense, Terry Ryan has been appointed President of the Systems Engineering & Advanced Technology Group at ManTech. Ryan’s past experience includes executive level positions at SAIC and SRA International, as well as 10 years served in the military. More …

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Are DoD Budget Cuts Ever Coming?

We reported in June that new administration’s defense budget includes major cuts to Missile Defense, Future Combat Systems and Navy shipbuilding operations, kills programs to build a new presidential helicopter and a new communications satellite system, delays the development of a new bomber, and includes only four more of the …

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