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BAE to Compete for Anti-IED Work on Potential $900M IDIQ

BAE Systems will compete with SAIC Inc. (NYSE: SAI) and two other firms for orders on a potential $900 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to support the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization‘s efforts to prevent the use of IEDs by terrorists and organizations. BAE said it will offer research, analysis, training, and operations support …

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TWD Hires Contracting Vet Bradley Stegman to Lead All Programs; Mike Lee Comments

TWD & Associates announced today that it has hired Bradley K. Stegman to oversee the execution and performance of all company programs and projects as TWD’s new vice president of programs. Stegman has previous worked with SAIC Inc. (NYSE: SAI), Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) and BAE Systems. TWD said he …

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STG Grabs Robert Phoebus as Defense Sector SVP

STG Inc. has appointed Robert L. Phoebus to serve as senior vice president of the company’s defense sector, the company has announced. In his new position, Phoebus will provide oversight for the defense sector, which provides the Defense Department with information technology operations, warfighter systems, cyber defense, test and evaluation support …

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Air Force Hands Out $4.7B IDIQ for Professional, Analysis, Engineering Services

Eight large businesses and 17 small businesses have been awarded positions on a maximum $4.7 billion multiple-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with the U.S. Air Force, the Defense Department announced Tuesday. The companies will compete for task orders to provide: Management and professional support services Studies, analyses and evaluations Engineering and technical …

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Navy to Award Up to $2B in Training Systems IDIQ Orders to 28 Contractors

The U.S. Navy has handed out multiple-award contracts to 28 companies underneath its Training Systems Contract III indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the Defense Department announced yesterday. The Pentagon said the total amount of the multiple-award contracts, including options, will not exceed $2 billion. Eighteen companies will compete for LOT 1 task orders …

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TASC Names Ret. Air Force Gen., Top Military Adviser to CIA to Lead AF Unit

TASC Inc. has appointed John T. Brennan, a retired Air Force two-star general, to lead the company’s business unit supporting the Air Force. This unit specializes in delivering systems engineering, integration and acquisition support services to the Air Force. Brennan joins TASC from SAIC, where was responsible for an operation …

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Boeing Subsidiary to Update Air Force Airlift Planning System

Boeing’s (NYSE: BA) wholly owned subsidiary Tapestry Solutions has been selected as part of an industry team to support and upgrade the U.S. Air Force Air Mobility Command’s consolidated air mobility planning system. A subcontractor to SAIC, Tapestry was awarded a six-year contract valued at up to $15 million. Tapestry’s …

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GSA Awards Spots on $5B Telecom Contract to 21 Firms

The General Services Administration has awarded 21 companies positions on the $5 billion Connections II telecommunications and network support contract. The GSA calls the award a “one-stop shop for buying telecommunications, network and communications solutions”, which will support existing infrastructure and customized agency needs. The companies will compete for task orders …

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DISA on the Prowl for Telecommunications Network Provider

The Defense Information Systems Agency is seeking carriers who can provide the Defense Department with a global telecommunications network. DISA has extended a request for information to Nov. 4 for a contract that will replace a $3 billion award handed down to SAIC Inc. (NYSE: SAI) and Apptis in 2001. The ceiling on that …

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Forbes Raves About ‘Virginia Mecca’ of Defense Contractors

Forbes.com recently sought out to answer why northern Virginia has become the mecca for military contractors. The publication identifies the 1991 migration of General Dynamics from St. Louis to Falls Church, Va., as the start of a domino effect that has seen the majority of the 20 largest U.S. military contractors …

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