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ACS Wins $10M Health IT Contract

The Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific (REHAB) has awarded Affiliated Computer Science Inc (ACS) a $10 million contract renewal to continue providing information technology support and services. ACS will supply server, applications, network, desktop, and service desk management as well as consulting services for the installation and implementation of an …

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NJVC Appoints VP of Finance Chris Andersen To CFO

NJVC, a leading information technology provider to the US Department of Defense, has promoted Chris Andersen to the position of Chief Financial Officer from his former position as NJVC’s vice president of finance. In his new role as NJVC chief financial strategist Andersen will oversee the accounting, budgeting and forecasting, cash management, financial risk, long-term planning, program control, performance …

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Lockheed Martin Receives $262M Air Force Contract

Lockheed Martin Corporation has won a $262 million U.S. Air Force Satellite Contract. Under the contract, the company will provide long lead parts and material procurement to the Air Force’s forth Space Based Infrared Systems Geosynchronous Earth Orbit Satellite.

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ACS Wins $200M Contract

Affiliated Computer Sevices, Inc has received a $200 million contract from Protransporte, to design a contactless ticketing system for the Bus Rapid Transit line in Lima, Peru. ACS will provide fleet management and ticketing solutions for the first Bus Rapid Transit line for 220 buses, which will serve over 700, …

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ACS Wins IDHS Contract

Affiliated Computer Services Inc (ACS) has won a contract to provide an electronic payment card system for the Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS). The program is designed to facilitate the distribution of state payments to child care providers as well as personal assistants to people who have disabilities.   …

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QinetiQ wins $3.7M USMC Contract

QinetiQ North America’s Systems Engineering Group has won a $3.7 million U.S. Marine Corps contract to supply Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence (C3I) test support services for the Marine’s new amphibious assault vehicles, the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle.   QinetiQ has already worked with the Marine Corps Program Manager Advanced Amphibious …

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SAIC Enlisted by the U.S. Army’s Director of Information Management for $30 Million Task Order

Science Applications International Corporations (SAIC) announced today it has been awarded a task order by the U.S. Army’s Director of Information Management at Fort Polk, La. SAIC will provide enterprise information technology solutions for the Joint Readiness Training Center and Fort Polk. The contract is structured with a one year …

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Northrop Grumman wins $276.3M Air Force Contract

Northrop Grumman Corporation has been awarded a $276.3 million Air Force deal to create a communications network for military drones.   Under the contract, Northrop will install the prototype Battlefield Airborne Communications Node System, a remote accessed, high-altitude and tactical communications network, in three Bombardier aircrafts and two Global Hawk …

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STG Aids Obama Climate Change Report

STG Incorporated is an ‘added-value’ IT solutions, applied engineer capabilities and specific scientific solutions government contractor. STG helped the Obama administration comple the “Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States” Report. The 31 scientsts desinged to the report concluded that the entire country is effected by global warming and therefore immediate, agreessive action must be …

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AEA Technology Benefits From ‘Green’ President

Well at least one company is benefiting in this recession, that company is AEA Technology, the energy and climate change consultancy and an original subdivision of the UK’s Atomic Energy Association . With the purchase of US Project Performance Corporation (PPC) in August of 2008, AEA is carrying out President Obama’s pledge to create a ‘greener’ and …

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