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GSA Hands Down $408M BPA for Counter-IED Training Support; A-T Solutions’ Dennis Kelly Comments

Four companies will compete for up to $408 million in contracts to support a counter-improvised explosive device program after the General Services Administration handed down a blanket purchase agreement for the work after a competitive bidding process. A-T Solutions, one of the winners of a position on the BPA, announced …

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Ed Sheehan: CTC Forms 3 New Operating Groups

Concurrent Technologies Corp. has moved to build up its customer services and core offerings by introducing a new operating structure and business approach. Ed Sheehan, president and CEO of CTC, said Monday the nonprofit organization has formed the engineering, technology and services groups in an effort to sustain business relationships …

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James Gillie Joins Telos as Cyber Operations VP, Deputy GM

James Gillie, formerly vice president of business operations at CACI International‘s (NYSE: CACI) intelligence business group, has joined Telos as VP and deputy general manager of cyber operations and defense. “Jim brings a wealth of business development expertise and in-depth insight into the federal technology market, ” Brendan Malloy, Telos senior VP and …

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Dave Mosley: Seagate Targets Drive Test Market Demand with Xyratex Buy

Seagate Technology (NASDAQ: STX) has acquired data storage technology provider Xyratex (NASDAQ: XRTX) in a move to help customers fulfill test requirements for higher-capacity drives. Dave Mosley, president of operations and technology at Seagate, said Monday the company also intends for the Xyratex purchase to help streamline the supply and …

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Mike Corkery: Deltek Aims to Complement ERP Portfolio With Sohnar Acquisition

Deltek has acquired London-based program management application developer Sohnar for an undisclosed amount in a move aimed at expanding Deltek’s professional services automation portfolio. Sohnar makes the cloud-based Traffic LIVE product for users to create estimates and quotes and schedule resources for projects.Deltek announced  Thursday. Traffic LIVE contains an online studio, workflow management and …

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FAA Approves Boeing ScanEagle UAV for Commercial Use; Paul McDuffee Comments

Boeing‘s (NYSE: BA) Insitu subsidiary has been authorized by the Federal Aviation Administration to fly an unmanned aerial vehicle for a commercial project, the Puget Sound Business Journal reported Monday. Steve Wilhelm writes the FAA gave Insitu permission to operate three ScanEagle drones to support environmental surveillance work by energy …

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Army Corps of Engineers Taps 6 Firms for $120M Environmental Remediation IDIQ

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has awarded positions on a potential five-year, $120 million contract to six companies for environmental remediation and response work. The Corps received 11 bids for the multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract via the Internet, the Defense Department said Thursday. Contractors will compete for task orders to perform …

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POC Extends Industry, Leadership Conversation to Critical Infrastructure

The Potomac Officers Club continued its 2014 “Distiguished Speaker Series” Wednesday at 2941 Restaurant in Falls Church, Va. with the Federal Critical Infrastructure Summit. Leaders from the federal government and utility sectors offered the GovCon executive audience a first-hand perspective on their roles in helping secure critical infrastructure in the U.S. and how industry …

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Leidos to Help Naval Health Research Center Investigate Warfighter Stress; Steve Comber Comments

Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) will work with the Naval Health Research Center to investigate the effects of stress on warfighters under a potential five-year, $7.3 million contract. The single-award, cost-plus fixed-fee contract contains one base year and four one-year options, Leidos said Monday. The NHRC’s behavior sciences and epidemiology department aims …

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Marilyn Crouther: HP to Help Run DoD’s Manpower Data Center for $548M

HP Enterprise Services (NYSE: HPQ) will help operate the Defense Department‘s global technology infrastructure under a potential five-year, $548 million task order. The company will provide technology and integration services for the Defense Manpower Data Center to update and maintain its hardware and software systems, HP said Wednesday. Marilyn Crouther, senior …

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