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Today’s News from GovConWire

Contract Awards – Harris Corporation Boeing AT&T Technica Corp SAIC Executive Move – SAIC Appoints Rex Ballard General Manager M&A Activity – BAE Systems Acquires BVT Surface Fleet Limited News – Perot Systems and Commonwealth of Massachusetts Health Insurance Connector Expand Partnership Featured Job – Deputy Program Manager – SAIC

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News- Robert Bell of SAIC Elected Chairman at NATO

SAIC’s Senior VP, Robert Bell, was elected the Chairman of NATO’s Industrial Advisory Group on Thursday. Bell will be the first US executive to chair the group since the late 1990s. The group is an advisory body to NATO’s Conference of National Armaments Directors. The group is responsible for providing …

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News- Juniper Networks Partners IBM

Juniper Networks announced Thursday that they have reached a new agreement with IBM. IBM now provides Juniper Networks’ Ethernet networking products to its customers. The agreement also extends the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) agreement that IBM will include SRX Series Service Gateways manufactured by Juniper. Juniper Executive VP and general …

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Contract Award – SAIC – $106 million – Federal Aviation Administration

Today, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) announced that it has been awarded a prime contract by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to provide program management and technical services in support of the agency’s NextGen transformation program efforts. The indefinite-delivery/requirements contract has a total value of more than $106 million. NextGen …

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Executive Move – Linda Hudson appointed COO of BAE Systems

Today, BAE Systems announced that Linda Hudson has been appointed Chief Operating Officer, BAE Systems PLC, and President and CEO of BAE Systems, Inc. Linda was previously president of the company’s Land & Armaments Operating Group and takes over for General Tony Zinni, who was appointed as the Acting President …

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Executive Move – Patricia McMahon appointed deputy of Northrop Grumman’s Battle Management and Engagement Systems Division

Today, Northrop Grumman announced the appointment of vice president Patricia McMahon as full-time deputy of its Aerospace Systems sector’s Battle Management and Engagement Systems Division. Most recently, she led the Information Operations/Electronic Attack business for the company. As vice president and deputy, she will continue her role as the site …

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News – Work on CSC’s TSA Contract Halted Due to Protest

Unisys Corp. and General Dynamics Corp. are protesting the Transportation Security Administration’s award of its lucrative infrastructure contract to Computer Sciences Corp. The protest has brought a halt to CSC’s work on the contract, according to Washington Technology. The company had started work on a 90-day transition plan when CSC signed the contract …

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Today’s News from GovConWire

Contract Awards: Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics, Alion ST; Executive Move: Michael Thomas, Keane; News: NSI’s Al Gordon on the National Debt, Daon, Visible Technologies; Featured Job: Senior Finance/Budget Analyst, Northrop Grumman

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Contract Award – Lockheed Martin – $17.5 million – U.S. Navy

On Wednesday, Lockheed Martin announced that the U.S. Navy has awarded it a contract to upgrade existing anti-submarine warfare systems aboard the P-3C Orion aircraft to improve current acoustic capabilities and significantly reduce parts obsolescence. The contract is worth $17.5 million. The contract obligates Lockheed Martin to design, produce and …

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Executive Move – Michael Thomas appointed Executive VP and Chief Sales Officer of Keane

Yesterday, Keane announced that it has appointed Michael Thomas as its executive vice president and chief sales officer. In this role, Thomas is expected to drive global sales for the IT services firm. Thomas’ experience as a sales leader in the technology industry necessitated this move. Most recently, Thomas was …

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