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News- Presidio Launches Grants Office

Presidio Networked Solutions announced Wednesday the launching of a Grants Office program. The program aids organizations  in identifying and securing some of the $400 billion available each year in IT grants. The program, in partnership with Cisco, is designed to aid local and state governments, healthcare and education organizations to …

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Today’s News from GovConWire

Contract Award – General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products – $17 Million – Raytheon CACI – $23 Million – Army Lockheed Martin – $9.9 Million – Navy General Dynamics – $13 Million – Army News – Craig Reed on DynCorp’s Acquisition of Phoenix Consulting Group Cisco, EMC, and VMWare Announce …

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Contract Award – ACS – San Mateo County Transit District

Today, Affiliated Computer Services (ACS) announced that it has been selected by the San Mateo County Transit District (SamTrans) to install a Predictive Bus Arrival / Departure System (PADS) system, which will provide real-time bus arrival/departure information to their customers via the Web, telephone systems, and on dynamic message signs …

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Xerox Buys ACS: Who’s Next in the Hardware Invasion?

Last year, HP bought professional services giant EDS.  Last week, Perot Systems was bought by Dell.  This week, hardware giant Xerox purchased ACS. Joe Doherty had this to say about the acquisition: “This deal is game-changing for both companies. It will create a $22 billion global corporation with $17 billion …

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Dell demonstrates first Single Root I/O Virtualization solution

Yesterday, Dell made the industry’s first demonstration of a Single Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV) solution based on industry standards using technologies from Intel and Citrix to help improve virtualization performance across networked servers and storage. The solution utilizes Intel VT-d and the Intel® 82599 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10 GE) device with support …

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Billable Hour Under Attack: Is Government Contracting Next?

What do pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, IT player Cisco Systems and credit powerhouse American Express have in common?  They’ve ditched the traditional hourly model for legal fees to cut costs. Pfizer, which spends over $500 million annually on legal fees, says it will cut legal costs by up to 20%, mostly …

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$30 Million Contract Awarded to URS Group Inc.

A federal contract for $30 million was awarded to San Francisco based URS Group Inc., for architectural and engineering services. URS is a designer of aircraft hangars as well as various military facilities. In addition, the company also performs base realignment and closure programs. The contract will be executed at …

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Oracle To Buy Integration Company GoldenGate Software

Oracle announced on Thursday that it plans to acquire the integration software vendor GoldenGate. Price details have yet to be released but Oracle hopes that the merger will be closed by the end of this year. San Francisco-based GoldenGate provides customers such as Bank of America and Comcast Corporation with software that …

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Ericsson Federal Expands With 6 New Execs In Hopes Of New Government Cliental

Ericsson Federal Inc. appointed six new executives this week to complement Ericsson’s expanding business with federal, state, and local governments through wireless and broadband solutions. “EFI’s new executive team demonstrates our investment in and commitment to the government market as we deliver innovative infrastructure and broadband communications solutions that advance government …

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West Palm Beach: Thanks Presidio!

The city of West Palm Beach Florida saved an estimated $700, 000 in upgrading IT Solutions for its New City Center Project thanks to Presidio Networked Solutions. As an attempt to virtualize the New City Center Project, West Palm Beach used federal grants and stimulus dollars to bring cost-effective and useful technology to …

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