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Aaron Betz, former vice president of business development at GovernmentCIO, has assumed the same role at information technology consultancy ARServices. He brings 33 years of government and industry experience in the management and business development areas....

Sylvester Cotton, a more than two-decade veteran of the U.S. Army and government contracting industry, has been appointed vice president of growth for Calibre Systems’ defense market. He will oversee digital transformation and management consulting offerings in his new position, Calibre said Friday....

Joe Martore, CEO and a board member at Calibre Systems, has been named chairman of the company’s board of directors. He will succeed James Terry Scott, a retired U.S. Army lieutenant general who served as chairman since 2017, the company said Thursday. Martore’s “extensive experience will provide...

Seven companies have won spots on a potential 10-year, $245M contract to hone the warfighting skills of U.S. Marine Corps personnel who will operate within a joint and merged environment. Contractors will vie for task orders to train USMC operating forces on command, control, computer, communications, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance mi...

The U.S. Navy has awarded six firms spots on a potential $636.9M multiple-award contract to help the service develop and train forces that support missions of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The Defense Department said Monday the companies that will compete for task orders under the contract are: Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) Calibre System...

Calibre Systems has purchased Herndon, Va.-based information technology services contractor Spear for an undisclosed sum. Joe Martore, Calibre president and CEO, said in a statement released Wednesday the acquisition presents an opportunity for the company to offer a diverse set of IT platforms and certified resources, further support clients and ex...

The U.S. Army has picked seven companies to compete for task orders under a potential five-year, $554.2 million contract to provide global training, support systems and mission support services. Fifteen bids were submitted to the Army Contracting Command for the hybrid firm-fixed-price contract that will run through Dec. 20, 2022, the De...