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NASA Reaches $10B Mark On SEWP IV, Planning Next Version

NASA has awarded nearly $10 billion in funds through the popular Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement vehicle, which will expire in 2014, Federal News Radio reports. Joanne Woytek, SEWP program manager, told the station NASA is conducting market research on the next SEWP vehicle and said the entire process takes around …

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NIH IT Office Awards Small Firms $20B Govt-Wide Contract Spots

Ten small businesses have won positions on a potential $20 billion information technology support contract with a National Institutes of Health office. NIH’s IT Acquisition and Assessment Center said the governmentwide contract vehicle has 10 years and all awards went to service-disabled, veteran-owned small businesses. Chief Information Officers Solutions and …

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Report: US to Release Egypt Military Aid

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will announce Friday that the U.S. will restart providing military aid to Egypt, Bloomberg reports. The U.S. gives both Egypt and Israel military aid under cash-flow financing, where countries buy goods and services one year and pay for them in future years. The Government Accountability …

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American Systems Appoints CSC, IBM Vet Mark Fry to Expand Ala. Business; Peter Smith Comments

American Systems named Mark Fry regional representative for the company’s operations in Huntsville, Ala., American Systems announced Monday. Fry will be responsible for expanding American Systems’ business with its government customers in the Huntsville region. American Systems Chief Operating Officer Peter Smith said the company appointed Fry for his experience in business …

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Air Force Looking to Boost Small Business Contracting

The U.S. Air Force’s small business programs office has released an improvement plan it hopes will drive small business contract awards, the office’s director told Federal News Radio Joseph McDade said the agency is looking to stabilize the decline in prime contract awards to small businesses. In fiscal year 2010, …

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Lockheed Wins $66M in Air Force Awards for Hercules Plane, Parts

Lockheed Martin Corp. (NYSE: LMT) won nearly $66 million in U.S. Air Force contract awards for C-130J Hercules aircraft and spare parts, the Defense Department announced Wednesday. Lockheed won a potential $58, 337, 555 modification to provide one Hercules plane to the government of Israel. This is the third Hercules aircraft Israel …

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GSA to Open Cloud Procurement Marketplace

The Government Services Administration will create an online marketplace for agencies to buy cloud computing services by the end of the year, according to a Federal News Radio report. David McClure, GSA’s associate administrator,  told attendees of the Cloud/Gov 2012 event Thursday that GSA aims to maximize computing capabilities and …

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CACI Names Mary Good EVP, HR Head; Daniel Allen Comments

CACI International Inc. (NYSE: CACI) has appointed Mary Good executive vice president and chief human resources officer, CACI announced Monday. Good will work with CACI’s executives, business groups and staff organizations to align CACI’s human resources goals with company-wide goals and initiatives. Good will direct strategy for human capital functions, focusing …

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Japan Selects Lockheed’s F-35 as Next-Gen Aircraft; 42 Jet Agreement Could Top $4B

The Japanese government has selected Lockheed Martin‘s (NYSE: LMT) F-35, the Joint Strike Fighter,  as Japan’s next-generation fighter aircraft, ending a multi-year vetting process that considered aircraft from several American and European firms. The Wall Street Journal reports Lockheed’s agreement is for 42 jets, which will likely cost Japan more than $4 billion. …

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New WTO Agreement Opens U.S. Contractors to New International Business

The World Trade Organization on Thursday reached an agreement on a revised government procurement agreement covering the U.S. and 41 other countries. According to a summary from the U.S. Trade Representative, the revised agreement gives U.S. suppliers access to 150 central government entities in several European Union countries, Israel, Hong …

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