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GovConWire Weekly Roundup: M&A, Executive Moves and More

Weekly Roundup April 3 – April 7 2017 Click here to see Real-Time GovCon Sector Quotes A Note From Our President & Founder Jim Garrettson This week the GovCon industry witnessed several large-scale mergers and acquisitions, as well as a number of executive moves in both the public and private sectors. Computer Sciences …

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Robert Miller Joins Parsons as Security & Intell Division BD Director; Carey Smith Comments

Robert Miller III, a former capture manager at KEYW Corp. (Nasdaq: KEYW), has been named director of business development for the security and intelligence division at Parsons‘ federal group. Parsons said Monday that Miller brings more than 16 years of capture and program management, signals intelligence, software development, collection systems, advanced targeting and business development experience …

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Andy Dougherty to Join Continental Mapping as President

Andy Dougherty, former deputy director of KEYW‘s (Nasdaq: KEYW) survey and exploration systems sector, has been named president of Sun Prairie, Wisconsin-based Continental Mapping Consultants in a move that takes effect Oct. 10. Continental Mapping said Thursday the mapping industry veteran will succeed David Hart, who will transition into a new role as the company’s CEO. …

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Leidos to Support Army Geospatial Info Program Under Potential $777M Award; Roger Krone Comments

Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) has secured a potential five-year, $777 million task order through the General Services Administration‘s One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services contract vehicle to provide support for the Army Geospatial Center’s geospatial information program. The company said Monday its team will gather, process, disseminate, store and maintain geospatial data for AGC’s High-Resolution, 3-D …

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6 Contractors Win Spots on $460M Cybercom Mission Support IDIQ

Six companies have won positions on a potential $460 million multiple-award contract to support defensive and offensive cyberspace missions of the U.S. Cyber Command over the next five years, Federal Times reported Monday. Aaron Boyd writes the program is slated to run through May 19, 2021, and task orders encompass new and emerging …

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Fred Funk Named President for Cyber, Sigint at Vistronix; John Hassoun Comments

Fred Funk, formerly senior vice president of the national security group at Preferred Systems Solutions, has joined Vistronix as president of cyber and signals intelligence systems. Funk will oversee the company’s strategy, operations and business development efforts focused on the National Security Agency, Vistronix said Tuesday. “As the size, scale and …

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WSJ: VMware Backs Out From Cloud Joint Venture Plan With EMC

VMware (NYSE: VMW) has canceled plans to form a joint venture with EMC (NYSE: EMC) that will work to combine both companies’ cloud services, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday. Don Clark writes that a spokesman for VMware told the Journal the company will continue to run vCloud Air as a separate …

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Weekly Roundup Aug 24 – Aug 28 2015: GovCon Index Mirrors US Markets’ Wild Ride & more

Weekly Roundup Aug 24 – Aug 28 2015 Click here to see Real-Time GovCon Sector Quotes A Note From Our President & Founder Jim Garrettson The world has been captivated over the last 10 days by the frenzied selloff in global stock markets then subsequent rebound over the past two days and government …

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Air Force Releases Specs for Trainer Jet Replacement Program

The U.S. Air Force has published a set of capability requirements for the military service’s future T-X trainer aircraft, Defense News reported Friday. Aaron Mehta writes USAF’s top-level trainer specifications call for sustained G, simulator visual acuity and performance and aircraft sustainment. Other system requirements include aerial refueling, a 10-knot …

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William LaPlante: Air Force Could Use Cost-Plus Contract to Procure Long-Range Bomber

William LaPlante, assistant secretary for acquisition at the U.S. Air Force, said he expects the military branch to use a cost-plus pricing strategy for the service’s long-range strike bomber development program, Defense News reported Thursday. “My belief on the LRS-B is its going to be more traditional, ” LaPlante told …

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