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Contract Award- SAIC – $219 Million – Entergy Corporation

SAIC has won a contract to continue to provide information technology services to Entergy Corporation. The follow on contract for comprehensive IT services, worth $219 million, will run until 2015. Under the contract, SAIC will continue to provide IT services, including infrastructure support and application development and maintenance. Entergy is …

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Nothrop Grumman names Edward Swallow VP of Business Development for the Information Systems sector’s Civil Systems division

Yesterday. Northrop Grumman announced that it has appointed Edward M. Swallow vice president of business development for the Information Systems sector’s Civil Systems division. Swallow will now oversee the division’s business development activities, including building and executing strategies, identifying and shaping new business opportunities, and maintaining customer relationships in the …

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SAIC, BPL Global join forces, form strategic alliance

Yesterday, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) announced that it has formed a strategic alliance with BPL Global, Ltd. (BPLG), a smart grid technology company that develops and deploys solutions to improve the efficiency and reliability of utility networks. SAIC has a $10 million minority stake in BPLG as a part …

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Army contracts BAE Systems for state-of-the-art howitzers

Yesterday, BAE Systems announced that it has been awarded a contract from the U.S. Army Tank Automotive & Armaments Command for the procurement and fabrication of five prototype M109A6 Paladin Integrated Management (PIM) self-propelled howitzer vehicles and two prototype M992A2 Field Artillery Ammunition Support Vehicles (FAASV). The value of the …

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IBM’s Bets on Lithium-Air Batteries

Big Blue has launched an ambitious battery project  with the a goal of commercializing an experimental battery technology — lithium metal-air — in order to acheive over ten times the energy density of today’s best batteries. This week, IBM will host a gathering of some of the world’s top researchers in …

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