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Booz Allen Unveils New Approach to Address Reform; Angela Zutavern Comments

Booz Allen Hamilton has rolled out a program designed to help enterprises deal with what Angela Zutavern, vice president and Strategic Innovation Group  leader, terms as the “new normal” of constant change associated with reforms and compliance. The Reform service includes strategies intended to provide guidance on how to implement the required changes …

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Report: Booz & Co. Partners Approve Merger with PwC, to Be One of Largest Accounting M&A Deals of Past Decade; Cesare Mainardi Comments

Partners at Booz & Company have “overwhelmingly” approved the company’s merger with PwC in what the Wall Street Journal reports will be one of the largest M&A deals closed by an accounting firm in the past decade. Booz & Co. said the companies anticipate finalizing the deal in the first …

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DHS Adds 18 Teams to Potential $22B EAGLE II IDIQ

The Department of Homeland Security has added 18 teams of contractors to the agency’s potential seven-year, $22 billion EAGLE II vehicle for information technology support services. Eleven contracts went to companies for business and technical management services and seven awards are for service delivery across the lifecycle of DHS technology …

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Ann Dunwoody Elected to L-3 Board of Directors; Michael Strianese Comments

Ann Dunwoody, a retired U.S. Army general and the first female four-star general in U.S. military history, has been elected to the board of directors at L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL). The nearly four-decade military veteran led the Army Materiel Command from 2008 to 2012 and managed nearly 69, 000 staff …

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Bill Milligan Appointed FCi Federal CFO

Bill Milligan, a three-decade financial management and operations veteran, has joined Leesburg, Va.-based professional services contractor FCi Federal as vice president of business operations and chief financial officer. He will apply his background in fiscal areas such as taxes and mergers and acquisitions as the company aims to grow its …

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EADS Stockholders Approve Ownership Change, Share Buyback

EADS shareholders overwhelmingly approved changes to the aerospace and defense conglomerate’s ownership structure and a 15 percent share buyback plan, Reuters reports. According to Tim Hepher’s report, EADS CEO Tom Enders said the changes would change government involvement in the group from regulator to customer and give management independence. France and …

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Exelis Wins Intl Order for “Wide Range” of Comms Equipment; Nick Bobay Comments

ITT Exelis (NYSE: XLS) will supply an international customer with a “wide range” of communications equipment that includes radios and spare parts for radio systems under a recently announced contract. The McLean, Va.-based aerospace, defense and information solutions contractor will take in $11.6 million for the equipment from its SpearNet …

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CACI Names Valerie Lyons, Rick Dansey to Lead New Business Units; Gil Guarino Retiring

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) is forming new federal civilian solutions and business systems solutions businesses as Gil Guarino, executive vice president of the former transformation group, informed the company on Oct. 1 he plans to retire. The company said Senior Vice President Rick Dansey will lead the federal civilian business …

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CACI Wins Prime Spot on $247M Army C4ISR Prototyping IDIQ; Dan Allen Comments

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has won a prime position on a potential $247 million U.S. Army contract to prototype and insert technology into military platforms for C4ISR missions (command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance). The company said the five-year indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract contains one base year and …

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Report: Sikorsky Wins $7.3B Black Hawk Helicopter Deal

United Technologies Corp. (NYSE:UTX) subsidiary Sikorsky Aircraft will provide the U.S. Army, Navy, and Air Force with UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters for the next five years, Reuters reports. The report indicates the $7.3 billion deal is the Defense Department’s eighth multi-year procurement of the “workhorse” helicopters and includes options that could add …

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