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To study climage change, Schultz changes jobs

Yesterday, ICF International announced that Dr. Peter Schultz is joining its team as a Principal in the Energy, Climate, and Transportation practice to focus on climate change impacts and adaptation strategies. Schultz comes to ICF after serving five years as drector of the U.S. Global Change Research Program Office (USGCRP). …

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Lockheed Martin gets $8.12M from Navy to produce power

Today, Lockheed Martin announced that the U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) has awarded the company an $8.12 million contract to further develop Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) technology, which leverages the temperature difference between warmer water at the ocean’s surface and colder water below to produce renewable and reliable …

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NCI puts stamp on new USCENTCOM headquarters for $12.7M

Yesterday, NCI, Inc. announced that it has received a task order to provide engineering and implementation services for a Multi-Level Video Information System (MVIS) Project for the U.S. Central Command’s (USCENTCOM) new headquarters at MacDill Air Force Base in Florida. The task order has an estimated value of $12.7 million. …

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Boeing upgrading B-52 fleet communications for over $100 million

Today, Boeing announced that it has been awarded a contract for the initial effort required for integrating a new satellite communication system on the U.S. Air Force B-52 fleet. The Extremely High Frequency (EHF) system will enable the exchange of information through Family of Advanced Beyond Line-of-Sight Terminals (FAB-T), enabling …

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Mike Howarth Joins Qinetiq

On Monday, QinetiQ appointed Mike Howarth its new Managing Director of its Managed Services business. Howarth will focus on the provision of technology-rich outsourced services to government and industry both in the United Kingdom and overseas. Howarth comes to QinetiQ from Serco Defence Science and Technology, where he served as …

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Harris Corp. to compete for $25 million

On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture selected Harris Corporation as one of six companies to compete for contracts that will enhance the security of technology and networks that support the agency’s critical missions, one of which is ensuring the nation’s food safety. The contract runs for five years (one …

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Marine Corps’ Combat Ops Centers supported by General Dynamics

On Monday, General Dynamics announced that its IT business unit has been awarded a contract worth $86.2 million to provide field-level sustainment services and technical support for equipment and networks for the U.S. Marine Corps’ critical Combat Operations Center (COC) program. The contract runs for five years. Each operations center, …

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Nissan North America hands IT reins to CSC

Yesterday, CSC announced that it has signed a contract with Nissan North America, Inc. to provide service desk and end-user support covering desktop computers, personal digital assistants (PDAs) and wireless hand-held devices. The multi-year IT managed services contract also calls for CSC to provide overall service management coordination across all …

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IT infrastructure support could put $493 million in CSC’s pockets

Yesterday, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) awarded CSC a task order valued at $493 million. The contract, which has one base year and four option years, is to support the Information Technology Infrastructure Program (ITIP). Specifically, CSC will provide IT infrastructure services in support of the TSA. The ITIP services …

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CA even more reliant on new CTO Ferguson

On Tuesday, CA, Inc. appointed Dr. Donald Ferguson its new chief technology officer. He moves into the new role after serving as CA’s chief architect for the past 18 months. In his previous position, Ferguson was integral in the development of new products and in enhancing CA’s product portfolio with …

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