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John Keese: CTC Uses Autonomic Resources Service to Gain FedRAMP OK

Concurrent Technologies Corp. has received a provisional authority-to-operate from the FedRAMP Joint Authorization Board by using an Autonomic Resources infrastructure-as-a-service tool. CTC leveraged Autonomic Resources’ ARC-P cloud service for the FedRAMP’s Re-Platforming initiative that aims to help information technology vendors gain the highest ATO possible, the companies said Tuesday. John Keese, …

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Harry Martin: Intelligent Decisions Taps Wells Fargo Supply Chain Group in Liquidity, Strategic Initiatives Push

Intelligent Decisions has opened a $75 million credit facility with Wells Fargo Capital Finance to fund the information technology contractor’s purchasing and growth plans, the ABL Advisor reported Nov. 21. “We are pleased to work with Wells Fargo Capital Finance on this credit facility, ” said Harry Martin, president and …

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Noblis Wins $65M SSA Technical Support BPA Spot; Don Schaefer Comments

Noblis has won a prime position on a potential $65 million blanket purchase agreement covering information technology support services to the Social Security Administration. The nonprofit organization will compete to perform IT-related planning, management, advisory and business support work under the potential five-year BPA, Noblis said Dec. 13. Don Schaefer, Noblis …

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David Wolf, Fiona Barshow Named DNC Federal Civilian VPs

David Wolf, a 20-year project management veteran, has been appointed to serve as vice president of federal civilian programs at Data Networks Corp. Wolf will be responsible for executing business programs and growth strategies and overseeing customer satisfaction in federal civilian markets, DNC said. DNC says Wolf holds two decades …

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Textron to Buy Beechcraft Corp. for $1.4B Cash; Scott Donnelly Comments

Textron (NYSE: TXT) has struck a deal to acquire all outstanding shares of the parent company of business and military aircraft manufacturer Beechcraft Corp. for $1.4 billion cash. Textron expects the Beech Holdings LLC purchase to close in the first half of 2014, pending regulatory approvals, and will will finance …

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Harris Wins $149M to Deploy Tactical Radios for Militaries in Australia, Middle East; Brendan O’Connell Comments

Harris Corp.’s (NYSE: HRS) RF Communications business has won two contracts worth up to a combined $149 million to supply multiband radios to the Australian department of defense and an unspecified Middle East nation. The radio communications provider will deploy radios from the company’s Falcon line to support Australia’s Joint …

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Seagate to Buy Xyratex, Operate Enterprise Data Storage & Computing Tech as Standalone Entitity; Dave Mosley Comments

Seagate has agreed to a deal to acquire Xyratex in an effort to strengthen the supply and manufacturing chain for the hard disk drives it produces, the two companies said in a joint release Monday. Xyratex creates testing systems for hard disk drives (HDD), and Dave Mosley, president of operations …

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OPM and SBA Pick Up New CIOs in Donna Seymour and Renee Macklin

Renee Macklin has been named the new chief information officer of the Small Business Administration, Federal News Radio reports. Macklin joins SBA from the Commerce Department’s International Trade Administration. Jason Miller writes that her predecessor Chase Garwood will return to the Department of Homeland Security as part of the Science and Technology …

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Ret. Maj. Gen. Charles Lyon to Lead Northrop’s Hampton Business, Represent Company to Joint and Air Force Commands in U.S., Europe

Charles W. Lyon has been appointed as the new corporate lead executive for Northrop Grumman‘s (NYSE: NOC) Hampton, Va. business, where he will represent the the Falls Church, Va.-based contractor’s company to customers in its ‘eastern’ region, the company announced Dec. 23. Lyon, who comes out from retirement from the Air Force after …

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LGS Innovations Sold to U.S. Investment Firms for $200M; Kevin Kelly Comments

Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE: ALU) has sold the company’s government technology subsidiary LGS Innovations to two U.S. investment firms for around $200 million in a move that will enable LGS to chase market and customer opportunities that it may not have been able to previously go after under Alcatel, LGS CEO Kevin …

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