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Michael Ryschkewitsch to Lead Johns Hopkins APL Space Sector; Ralph Semmel Comments

Michael Ryschkewitsch, NASA’s chief engineer, will join Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in January as space sector leader. He will be responsible for some of the lab’s systems engineering work for military and NASA space science programs, APL said Monday. Ralph Semmel, APL director, said Ryschkewitsch will aim to leverage his technical …

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Deepak Hathiramani: Vistronix Targets Intell Tech Growth With Kimmich Software Acquisition

Vistronix has moved to expand its federal information technology suite by purchasing Maryland-based Kimmich Software Systems Inc. KSSI offers customers technologies and services for analytics, cyber operations, signals processing, software development and systems engineering, Vistronix said Wednesday. “With this transaction now complete, we are strategically positioned to accelerate Vistronix’s vision to …

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Potomac Officers Club to Present Federal Cloud Computing Event in December

On December 5, the Potomac Officers Club will present its next “headline speakers on headline topics” interactive breakfast,  its last event of 2013. The symposium’s topic will be “Federal Cloud Computing Thought Leaders, ” and the organization has lined up an impressive group of cloud speakers to present to the executive-only crowd. …

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Bill Lingard Named URS President, George Nash to Head Energy Division; Martin Koffel Comments

Bill Lingard, chief operating officer of URS Corp. (NYSE: URS), will take on the additional role of president of the company and report to Chairman and CEO Martin Koffel. The appointment is effective immediately and all four company divisions will report directly to Lingard, URS announced Tuesday. “Bill will continue …

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Joe Kernan Appointed SAP NS2 Business Development VP; Mark Testoni Comments

Retired Navy Vice Adm. Joe Kernan, who served as a senior military assistant to former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, has been appointed vice president of business development at SAP National Security Services,  an independent U.S. subsidiary of the global software developer. The 36-year military veteran and former Navy SEAL will …

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Nancy Laben Named Booz Allen EVP, General Counsel

Nancy Laben, formerly general counsel at engineering and design company AECOM Technologies, has joined Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) as executive vice president and general counsel. She will officially succeed the retiring Robert Osborne on Sept. 30 and also will serve on the firm’s executive management committee,  Booz Allen said Wednesday. …

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Potomac Officers Club Event Featuring DoD CIO Teri Takai is Less than a Month Away

On Thursday, September 26 the Potomac Officers Club will hold yet another event in its “headline speakers on headline topics” series when Teri Takai,  assistant secretary of defense for networks and information integration and CIO of the Defense Department, visits 2941 restaurant to speak to industry executives. Takai is just the …

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Potomac Officers Club Presents Big Data Symposium with Speakers from Booz Allen, Sqrrl and NGA

On Thursday, the Potomac Officers Club will present its next event in a series of interactive breakfasts, “Big Data Analytics – Critical Support for the Agency Mission.” The symposium, which offers pivotal insight from thought leaders in government and private industry on the forefront of big data technology and best …

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STG To Support Army NEO Tracker; Bob Phoebus, Simon Lee Comment

STG Inc. has won a contract to provide the U.S. Army with tracking system support for noncombatant evacuation operations in South Korea. The two-year project comes under the Army’s Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-2 Services contract, STG said Tuesday. The work will help the Eighth Army G35 operate, maintain and sustain the …

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Six3 Systems Wins Potential $499M Counter-IED Analytics IDIQ

Six3 Systems has won a position on a potential $499 million contract vehicle to help the U.S. Army develop tactics and techniques that work to help defend against threats such as improvised explosive devices. The single-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity vehicle includes a $176 million task order to provide analytics and operations support …

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