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TASC Announces Board of Directors

TASC, Inc. (TASC) has announced the selection of the company’s new board of directors. The chairman of the board is David H. Langstaff. “With its core systems engineering heritage and technical and analytical capabilities, TASC is at the forefront of helping the government protect the nation from today’s most serious …

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Roger Mody’s House Most Expensive Sale in DC Area of ’09

According to Washington Business Journal, former GovCon executive Roger Mody’s sale of his McLean, Va. estate to the Embassy of Qatar was the most expensive home sold in 2009. The mansion, located at 211 Chain Bridge Rd. sold for a whopping $16 million against a list price of $20 million. …

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SAIC’s Anthony Hess on Dixie Baker’s Federal 100 Listing

SAIC (NYSE: SAI) today announced that Federal Computer Week has named Dixie Baker, Ph.D., to its list of leaders who made significant contributions to the federal information technology community during 2009.  The annual listing recognizes 100 individuals from government, industry and academia. Baker and the other winners will be honored …

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Joseph A. Martore to Lead CALIBRE as President, CEO

Joseph A. Martore has been named president and CEO of CALIBRE Systems, Inc., announced Lieutenant General Tom Carney (USA-Ret.), chairman of the board of CALIBRE. Martore, who was named President on December 1, 2009, and serves on the company’s Board of Directors, succeeds Mr. William E. DePuy, who retired on …

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Vangent’s Craig Janus on Improvements at Dept. of Labor

Vangent says the Department of Labor is already realizing significant quality improvements and cost efficiencies as a result of the recent launch of its new paperless employee benefit EFAST2 processing system. The firm’s EFAST2 system allows the Department of Labor to improve quality through better data capture; reduce processing times …

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Lockheed Receives EDM Contract Option

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), who is developing the Airborne, Maritime/Fixed Station Joint Tactical Radio System (AMF JTRS) has received a contract option to increase the number of engineering development models (EDM) by 60 percent. Additional equipment is being developed to support early integration and testing of a revolutionary tactical network …

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BAE Wins Deal to Build Mine-Resistant Vehicles for U.S.

BAE Systems Land Systems OMC, through its partnership with General Dynamics Land Systems Canada (GDLS-C), has won a follow-on order for the supply of 250 RG31 Mk5E vehicles in support of the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle program for U.S. forces. The new RG31 Mk5E version utilizes the same …

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BAE Wins Deals from Army, Marines

BAE Systems has one a pair of contracts totaling $164 million in value. The first is a contract for $74 million by the U.S. Army Tank-Automotive Command, Life Cycle Management Command to purchase long-lead items in preparation for the reset of 101 Bradley Operation Desert Storm Situational Awareness (ODS SA) …

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Apptis Picks Ed Gascon, Scott Reagan to Helm Gov. Acquisitions

Apptis, Inc has appointed the team of Ed Gascon and Scott Reagan to lead its Government-wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) Program Organization as it increases and expands its strategy in pursuit, capture, and management of GWAC programs for information technology services to the federal marketplace. The move by Apptis is in …

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Lockheed: Apple Co-Founder Wozniak to Headline MILCOM

Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] announced that Steve Wozniak, Apple Computer, Inc. co-founder and Fusion-io chief scientist will deliver the opening keynote address at MILCOM 2010. According to Lockheed: “As the premier international conference for military communications, MILCOM brings together leaders from government, industry and academia to discuss and showcase the …

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