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IT infrastructure support could put $493 million in CSC’s pockets

Yesterday, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) awarded CSC a task order valued at $493 million. The contract, which has one base year and four option years, is to support the Information Technology Infrastructure Program (ITIP). Specifically, CSC will provide IT infrastructure services in support of the TSA. The ITIP services …

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BAE Systems unveils new products for popular AVCOM tool

On Monday, BAE Systems released a new set of products to help government and commercial customers manage obsolete parts for aircraft, ships, vehicles, and other platforms. They are to be featured on the company’s Advanced Component Obsolescence Management (AVCOM) tool. AVCOM is a readiness and sustainment tool that allows users …

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Jim Payne joins Telcordia

Last week, telecommunications software and services company Telcordia announced the appointment of James F.X. Payne as its senior vice president and general manager of National Security and Cyber Infrastructure, and Advanced Technology Solutions. Respected in the high technology Federal market, Payne will lead the charge on identifying critical issues surrounding …

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NCI awarded another task order at Fort Bragg

Today, NCI Information Systems, Inc. announced that it has been awarded a task order worth $6.4 million by the Fort Bragg Network Enterprise Center (NEC) IT Support Services. It calls for NCI to provide support of the U.S. Army Signal NEC in support of its on-site communications and network support services. …

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CSC Wins Re-Compete for Billion-Dollar TSA Contract

As we reported last week, the Transportation Security Administration has announced that CSC has won the re-compete for the billion-dollar Information Technology Managed Services for a contract formerly held by Unisys.  The contract is worth at least $2 billion, and Unisys could protest the decision. CSC, Unisys, and the TSA …

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Dell/NFIB Small Business Excellence Award goes to BusinessSuites

On Friday, BusinessSuites was named the  U.S. national winner of the Dell/National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Small Business Excellence Award. The Austin, Texas-based company has become an industry leader and offers clients fully furnished offices equipped with ready-to-go Internet, mail, phone, professional staff, and meeting rooms under flexible terms. …

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NCI awarded $4 million task order to support Air Force

On Thursday, NCI, Inc. announced that it has been awarded a task order to support the fielding and sustainment of the AFWay II Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Modernization throughout the U.S. Air Force. The task order, which is worth approximately $4 million, is a continuation of earlier efforts in developing …

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Ericsson to help guide Digital Health Initiative

On Tuesday, telecommunications giant Ericsson announced that it will be a founding member of the Advisory Board of the Digital Health Initiative (DHI). The multi-stakeholder partnership’s goal is to accelerate the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for health through the utilization and promotion of digital health solutions. Ericsson …

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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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CSC releases new business intelligence solution

On Monday, CSC announced the release of a new business intelligence solution called Petroleum Enterprise Intelligence, which is designed to help exploration and production or “upstream” oil and gas companies integrate technical, operational and financial information across the enterprise. The solution allows companies to understand the financial impact of field …

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