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Telos Corp. to develop multi-touch, multi-user advanced computing app for Hawaii Air National Guard

On Wednesday, Telos Corporation announced that it will employ its SE7EN Application Development Framework to provide custom development of a multi-touch, multi-user, computing application for the Hawaii Air National Guard (HIANG).  The solution will enhance HIANG’s ability to access complex geomapping data and to share it with collaborating agencies. The …

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Federal CTO Aneesh Chopra to speak at the TEDxMidAtlantic Conference

Earlier this week, TEDxMidAtlantic, an independently organized TED conference, announced that Federal Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Aneesh Chopra has been added to the roster of speakers for the TEDxMidAtlantic conference on Nov. 5. The conference, which is being held at the Maryland Institute College of Art, is organized along the …

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BAE Systems locks up almost $14 million for upgraded rocket system protection

On Wednesday, BAE Systems announced that it has been awarded a contract from the Army Aviation and Missile Life Cycle Management Command (AMCOM), to manufacture 64 Increased Crew Protection (ICP) cab upgrade kits for the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS). The contract, which also includes 65 cab up-armor applique …

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TechTeam Government Solutions Adds Gary Mears and Bill James to Leadership Team

WashingtonTechnology’s Nick Wakeman reports that TechTeam Government Solutions Inc. has appointed Gary Mears SVP of the Vector Research Center for Enterprise Performance, and Bill James VP of business development. Mears will replace the retiring W. Deane Stanley III.  Vector Research Center was created in 2007 when TechTeam acquired NewVectors, and …

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Coast Guard to receive IT support from General Dynamics for $140 million

On Tuesday, General Dynamics announced that its IT business unit has been awarded a task order through the Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading-Edge Solutions (EAGLE) contract to support the U.S. Coast Guard. The contract runs for five years and is worth $140 million. The contract calls for General Dynamics to …

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HP, Oracle bolster Kentucky tax system

On Monday, HP and Oracle announced that the Commonwealth of Kentucky has deployed a new Comprehensive Tax System (CTS) designed to improve revenue administration and collection functions for its Department of Revenue, Finance and Administration Cabinet. HP Enterprise Services is using the Oracle® Enterprise Taxation Management application and Oracle Database …

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ServerVault acquisition means expanded solutions portfolio for Carpathia Hosting

Yesterday, managed hosting services company Carpathia Hosting announced an expanded portfolio of secure, compliant hosting solutions designed specifically for federal civilian and defense agencies through its recent acquisition of ServerVault. It also announced the creation of Carpathia Government Solutions (CGS), a business unit focused on delivering secure, compliant and innovative …

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ACS introducing electronic health records to Wyoming

On Monday, Affiliated Computer Services, Inc. (ACS) announced that it has agreed on a contract with the State of Wyoming to provide powerful tools to improve care for Medicaid clients and reduce program costs, specifically the introduction of a Web-based Electronic Health Record (EHR) and a Health Information Exchange (HIE) …

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Lockheed flight transportation expert Rachel Jackson named to ATCA Board of Directors

Yesterday, Rachel Jackson, director of Transportation Programs at the Lockheed Martin Washington Operations office, has been elected to the Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) Board of Directors. She will serve a 2-year director-at-large term that commences immediately. A 14-year veteran of Lockheed Martin, Jackson has also chaired ATCA’s Public Relations …

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QinetiQ taking out U.S. Army’s trash for almost $2.4 million

Today, QinetiQ announced that it has been awarded a contract from the U.S. Army to to develop and deliver PyTEC™, an ISO containerised Pyrolysis Waste Disposal System. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract is worth almost $2.4 million over three years. The the PyTEC system is able to operate 24/7 and process up …

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