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News- CapRock Introduces First Military-Grade Commercial Satellite Subscription Service

CapRock Government Solutions announced that its new commercial, off-the-shelf communications service, CommandAccess, is in its final phase of development. CommandAccess is designed for military and civilian agencies deployed in remote areas of operation. As a prepackaged and customized satellite communications services, it connects very small aperture terminals (VSATs) to the …

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Featured Job- Capture Manager – Raytheon

Job Description This position is for a Business Development/Capture Manager (BD/CM). The person will be responsible for the growth of the NIS organization in the next generation Cyber, Networks and Health areas through BD and CM activities. Responsibilities of this position include: Business and customer development, competition assessment, win strategy …

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ManTech, Apptis Partner to Support Army Info Centers

ManTech International Corp. and Apptis Inc. are partnering to provide IT and engineering support services to the U.S. Army. As subcontractor on the two-year deal worth $132.9 million, ManTech International can earn up to an estimated $40 million. Apptis is the prime contractor on the project. Under the contract, ManTech …

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Northrop Grumman Completes Detail Design of Gerald R. Ford Product Model

Northrop Grumman Corporation has completed the development of the detail design phase for the Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) in the 3-dimensional Product Model. As the Navy’s first aircraft carrier to be entirely designed using a 3-dimensional Product Model, Gerald R. Ford is being built by the shipbuilding sector in …

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Boeing, Australian Defence Force Sign Deed

Boeing Defence Australia, a subsidiary of The Boeing Company, has signed a Deed of Standing Offer to provide electromagnetic environmental effects (E3) testing and design services for Australian Defence Force (ADF) aircraft and systems. John Duddy, vice president and managing director of Boeing Defence Australia, said “As the first company …

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SAIC to Provide IT Support for the Navy

Science Applications International Corp. has secured a contract to provide the U.S. Navy Region Southeast with IT-support services, a deal that could be worth $25 million if all options are exercised. Awarded by the General Services Administration, the contract entails work at Navy installations in the southeast and at locations …

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Executive Move – Tom Sofo Joins NJVC as General Counsel

Former Vice President and General Counsel at Apptis Holdings in Delaware Tom Sofo has joined NJVC as General Counsel. Sofo will serve as in-house legal counsel and provide legal oversight and guidance to facilitate the proper conduct of authorized NJVC business activities. Sofo will also act as NJVC’s legislative liaison. …

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News – BAE Systems Wins Two Awards

BAE Systems has won the Innovation in Governance Disclosure Award and the Best Practice Disclosure on Strategy Formulation and Execution Award. Judges at the inaugural Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA) Hermes Transparency in Governance Awards in London praised BAE Systems for being almost unique in making the link …

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News – Capgemini’s Sherry Jones One of Women Leaders in Consulting

Consulting Magazine has recognized Sherry Jones, Principal Consultant in Capgemini’s Technology Services Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Consulting Practice, as one of this year’s Women Leaders in Consulting for outstanding client service. Jones joined Capgemini six years ago to work on the development of go-to-market solutions in the Human Capital Management …

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News- CSC Signs Cloud Agreement with Royal Mail Group

CSC has signed an agreement with Royal Mail Group in the UK to provide cloud computing IT services. The agreement expands CSC’s current contract with Royal Mail Group to provide support for computers, servers and mainframes. Under the contract, CSC will provide access to cloud computing services via Microsoft’s Business …

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