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DHS Awards $3B Communications Equipment IDIQ

The Department of Homeland Security has awarded a $3 billion contract to a group of companies for tactical communications services, according to a FedBizOpps posting. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity has two base years and three option years. Services will range from providing communications equipment, infrastructure and related services. Awardees include: ACG Systems …

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Air Force Adding $700M to NetCents Contract Ceiling

The U.S. Air Force wants to increase the ceiling for its information technology contract by $700 million before it expires in the fall, Washington Technology reports. The Air Force wants to increase the Network Centric Solutions’ contract ceiling value to account for potential risks prior to awarding the follow on …

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Air Force Near Finish Line on $24B NETCENTS-2

The U.S. Air Force is on track to soon finish awarding contracts on a $24 billion vehicle for network-centric supplies, Defense Systems reports. Five source selections are currently underway, Stephen Davis, chief of the enterprise systems branch of the Air Force’s program executive office for enterprise information systems, told the …

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White Oak Merger Forms Big Data Firm; LaMontagne Named CEO

Arlington Capital Partners has merged its portfolio company White Oak Technologies Inc. with FGM Inc. to create Novetta Solutions, the private equity firm announced Wednesday. Peter LaMontagne, former president and CEO of Paradigm Holdings, will serve as Novetta’s CEO. He has led CACI International Inc.’s (NYSE: CACI) cyber practice and …

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Air Force Awards Potential $985M Management Support IDIQ; Terry Ryan Comments

The U.S. Air Force has awarded positions on a potential five-year $985 million contract for medical service management and professional support services. The Pentagon said awardees will also provide engineering and technical services, studies, analyses and evaluations under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-delivery contract. The Pentagon expects work to be completed Feb. 1, …

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Pentagon Awards Potential $476M Engineering, Comm. IDIQ; ManTech’s Bill Varner Comments

The Defense Department has named the awardees for its potential $476 million Omnibus Network Enterprise contract vehicle, Washington Technology reports. ManTech International Corp. (NASDAQ: MANT) announced Tuesday it won a position on the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, one day after TASC announced its spot. Bill Varner, ManTech’s mission,  cyber and technology solutions group …

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Air Force Looks to Finish Awarding $24B Networking, IT IDIQ in ’12

The U.S. Air Force is looking to award the rest of a $24.2 billion networking and information technology contract in the second and third quarters of calendar year 2012, Defense Systems reported. The Network-Centric Solutions-2 communications program, which dates back to 2009, supports management and planning for IT and net-centric …

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November Executive Move Recap; 21 Moves all Across GovCon

No time to waste, see all 21 executive moves GovCon Wire covered in November below. Business Development  SRA International appointed Deb Alderson to guide the firm’s efforts to enter new markets and land large customer accounts in the newly created position of executive vice president of strategic development. CACI International …

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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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GovCon Wire’s September M&A Activity Recap; Contractors Active Across Industry

While no clear sector focus dominated the merger and acquisition landscape in September, government contractors remained busy, closing on several interesting healthcare and cybersecurity deals and divesting some operations. The eight acquisitions GovCon Wire recorded were down from the 11 reported in August, but executive moves ramped up to seasonal …

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