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Contract Award – Serco – $17 Million – Army

The US Army has awarded Serco, Inc. a $17 million task order to support the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command (FMWRC). The order is for one year and is attached to the existing HR Solutions ID/IQ contract held by Serco. Under the contract, Serco will be responsible for …

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Today’s News from GovConWire

Contract Award – CGI – Rio Tinto Harris Corp. – $37 Million – USSOUTHCOM Executive Move – GTSI Announces New VP and General Manager of Professional Services and Business Capture Cyber Report – How Involved is China in Recent Cyber Attacks? News – CIBER Completes Database and Reporting System for …

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Today’s News for GovCon Wire

Contract Award – Unisys – Unilever Contract Award – Harris Corporation – $37 Million – SOUTHCOM Contract Award- Raytheon – $28 Million – DISA ExecutiveMove- Alan Stewart of ICF to Retire in 2010 News- Jackson Life Insurance to Use CSC Business Analytics News- Boeing to Assess Falck Schmidt Fuel Cells …

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Today’s News from GovConWire

Perot Systems Unisys ACS Cyber Report – The New New Internet’s Latest White Paper: “Top Cyber Threats to Government Contractors” Executive Move – Peter Allen, CSC News – Work on CSC’s TSA Contract Halted Due to Protest Cobham’s Digital Audio Control System employed by helicopters in U.S. for first time …

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QinetiQ vessel in water for first time, set to commence testing

On Sundayn QinetiQ announced that its PACSCAT (Partial Air Cushion Supported CATamaran) Innovative Solution Demonstrator Craft (ISDC) entered the water for the first time, and is soon to commence rigorous sea trials. It was a milestone for the company, which was awarded the contract by MOD’s Research Acquisition Organisation, (now …

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Air Force Air Mobility Command continues to rely on Harris Corp.

Today, Harris Corporation announced that it has been awarded a contract by the U. S. Air Force Air Mobility Command’s (AMC) command and control systems. The contract, which is potentially worth $7.5 million over three years, calls for the company to provide technical and support services, including information assurance, development …

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Xerox Buys ACS: Who’s Next in the Hardware Invasion?

Last year, HP bought professional services giant EDS.  Last week, Perot Systems was bought by Dell.  This week, hardware giant Xerox purchased ACS. Joe Doherty had this to say about the acquisition: “This deal is game-changing for both companies. It will create a $22 billion global corporation with $17 billion …

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Finalists Announced for Government Contracting Awards

The finalists for the 7th Annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards, dubbed by some the “Academy Awards of Government Contracting, ” have been announced.   Awards are presented to contractors at four revenue levels: less than $25 million, $25 to 75 million, $75 to 300 million, and greater than $300 million; …

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Is TSA Poised to Announce Winner of a Billion-Dollar Recompete?

Unisys originally won the $1 billion Information Technology Managed Services contract from the TSA in 2002.  The company also won a bridge contract extending the work through the end of 2008.  Sources close to GovConWire tell us that after several false starts, the TSA could make a decision on the …

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Robert Butler Named Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Cyber and Space Policy

The DoD has named Robert Butler the new Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Cyber and Space Policy.  Butler previously managed Computer Science Corp’s (CSC) military intelligence business in San Antonio, Texas.  Butler has extensive cyber experience from his active duty and civilian career in the Air Force, last serving as associate …

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