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AF Picks 8 Companies for $7B IT Products IDIQ

Eight companies have won potential $6.9 billion information technology products contract with the U.S. Air Force, covering commercial-off-the-shelf products for the branch’s Internet Protocol network. The Air Force awarded the potential six-year contract as a result of corrective action taken last year, the Defense Department said Friday. Netcents-2 was first …

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Army Awarding Up To $5B for IT Equipment

The U.S. Army is seeking contractors to provide the branch information technology equipment in support of its enterprise infrastructure and infrastructure goals, an Army contracting notice says. According to Washington Technology, the Information Technology Enterprise Solutions 3- Hardware contract is potentially worth $5 billion to all awardees over five years. …

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Accenture, Booz Allen, SAIC Named On $171M Navy C4I Systems Analysis IDIQ

The U.S. Navy has awarded a set of contracts potentially worth nearly $171 million total for command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence systems engineering support. The Defense Department said Friday that the group of contractors will analyze command and intelligence systems, define concepts and develop and design systems for interoperability. …

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Marine Corps Awards $775M For Off-The-Shelf Computers, Equipment

The U.S. Marine Corps will award up to $775 million to a group of companies for commercial off-the-shelf computers and related equipment on a just announced indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. The multiple-award contract has three base years and two option years, according to the Defense Department. Contractors will compete for individual delivery orders for …

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Air Force Awards $7B Piece of Second NetCents IDIQ; Rene LaVigne Comments

The U.S. Air Force has awarded $6.9 billion in contracts for networking and information technology equipment, the Defense Department announced Monday. The award covers the products portion of the NetCents II contract, which has an overall ceiling value of $24.2 billion, according to Deltek. Companies will provide commercial-off-the-shelf products for …

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Navy Awards $500M in Network, Comm Equipment IDIQs

The U.S. Navy has awarded contracts potentially worth $500 million for network and communications equipment, the Defense Department announced Thursday. Contractors will provide the commercial off-the-shelf equipment and related incidental support under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, firm-fixed-price, multiple award supply contract. Awardees include: Global Technology Resource Inc. Iron Bow Technologies SAIC Inc. …

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Army Makes $5B IT Solutions 2 Contract Exclusive

The U.S. Army has excluded non-Army users in the Information Technology Enterprise Solutions 2 Hardware contract, Washington Technology reports. The ITES-2H contract is now restricted to Army users due to an extension through August 2013 that was approved on January 27. The follow-on contract has a ceiling value of $5 …

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URS Completes Acquisition of Apptis Holdings for $260M

URS Corporation (NYSE: URS) has announced it has completed its acquisition of Apptis Holdings, Inc., a provider of complex information technology services to the federal government, for $260 million cash. The acquisition does not include Apptis’ product reseller subsidiary Iron Bow, which will continue to operate as an independent, stand-alone …

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Rene LaVigne on New Contract, Working with TANDBERG

Iron Bow Technologies, formerly Apptis Technology Solutions  has been selected to provide a secure and reliable high-definition video collaboration solution to the United States Special Operations Command Central (SOCCENT). Working in partnership with TANDBERG (OSLO: TAA), now part of Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO), the implementation will enable multiple distant end-users at …

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One Year Later: Tyndall Air Force Base’s Journey to Recovery after Hurricane Michael

The eerie silence spoke volumes about the storm’s aftermath. Chris Schulze noticed the unusual stillness when he first arrived 48 hours after Hurricane Michael obliterated most of Tyndall Air Force Base in Panama City, Florida. “It was so quiet with no aircraft flying. Storm debris everywhere made it very hard …

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