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L-3 Promotes Les Rose, Steven Kantor to Lead Electronic Systems, Natl. Security Groups

L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL) has made a series of executive moves that will take effect July 31, the company announced Thursday. Les Rose, president of the Stratis division, was appointed president of the national security group and a vice president of L-3. Steven Kantor, vice president and president of the …

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CACI CEO Paul Cofoni to Retire Dec. 1, Dan Allen Named Successor

CACI International Inc. President and CEO Paul Cofoni will retire from the company as of Dec. 1, the company announced Thursday. Dan Allen, who was named president of U.S. operations in January, will assume the president and CEO roles July 1, when Cofoni will become chief adviser to Executive Chairman …

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NGA Awarding GeoEye $111M For Satellite Milestone; Matt O’Connell Comments

GeoEye Inc. (NYSE: GEOY) will receive $111 million from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency after completing a milestone in developing the GeoEye 2-satellite, the company announced Thursday. NGA is awarding the cost-share payment under a firm-fixed-price contract, covering the agency’s EnhancedView program. Defense and intelligence agencies will receive color imagery from …

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Report: $5B Humvee Contract Up For Grabs

Contractors have unveiled their designs to compete for a potential $5 billion contract to provide the U.S. Army and Marine Corps with new vehicles, AutoWeek reports. The U.S. Army Tacom Life Cycle Command will start replacing 18, 500 aging military Humvees for the services branches through the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle …

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Boeing To Develop DARPA Satellite Launch System; Steve Johnston Comments

Boeing (NYSE: BA) will evaluate small satellite launch systems technologies for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the company announced Thursday. Work under the 18-month, $4.5 million Airborne Launch Assist Space Access contract will include developing methods to routinely deploy small satellites under tight budgets. The company’s goals are to …

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HP Promotes Bill Veghte To COO; Meg Whitman Comments

Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) has promoted Bill Veghte to chief operating officer, effective immediately, the company announced Wednesday. The company also named his successor as executive vice president of the software group (click over to GovCon Executive to find out who the successor is). Veghte will work with CEO Meg Whitman …

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L-3 Lands $600M Foreign Military Deal with Australia

The Commonwealth of Australia has selected L-3 Communications’ (NYSE: LLL) C-27J Spartan for its battlefield airlifter program through a foreign military sale valued around $600 million. The New York, Ny.-based firm said Friday in addition to the aircraft accounting for around $300 million of the contract, it will also provide …

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Navy Accepting Bids On $4.5B NGEN Contract; HP’s Bill Toti Comments

The U.S. Navy has issued its highly-anticipated request for proposals for a complete overhaul of its intranet under the potential $4.5 billion Next Generation Enterprise Network contract. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract will run up to five years, according to a Navy post on the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command‘s e-commerce website. …

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Navy $145M C2 Engineering IDIQ Awardees include L-3, QinetiQ NA, SAIC

The U.S. Navy will award up to $144.9 million to a group of companies for technical and engineering support at command and control centers under an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. According to a Wednesday Defense Department release, the cost-plus-fixed-fee award will contain firm-fixed-price provisions. Awardees will provide program management, integrated logistics support, configuration and …

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SAIC’s Doug Wagoner Comments On $3B DHS Communications IDIQ

SAIC Inc. (NYSE: SAI) has gained a prime position on a potential $3 billion contract with the Department of Homeland Security for tactical communications services, the company confirmed Thursday. The company’s work for DHS will support officer safety, border protection and natural disaster response, according to Doug Wagoner, a senior vice president …

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