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Heather Conigliaro SkyePoint Decisions, a cybersecurity architecture and engineering services provider, has appointed company veteran Heather Conigliaro as chief strategy officer and hired industry professional Heather Newlin as chief operating officer.  Conigliaro brings to the role over two decades of leadership experience as she oversees Sky...

Claudia Jaramillo, executive vice president of strategy and corporate development at Jacobs (NYSE: J), has been chosen to assume the role of EVP and chief financial officer effective Aug. 14. The company said Thursday she will succeed outgoing CFO Kevin Berryman, who will stay on as adviser to CEO Bob Pragada. Jaramillo, who was appointed...

Bob Pragada, a 16-year veteran of Jacobs (NYSE: J), has assumed the CEO role at the company in accordance with the leadership succession plan announced in September. He will join the board of directors and help implement the company’s strategy to build up its portfolio offerings in electric vehicles, energy transition, life sciences, water inf...

Nine companies have won spots on a five-year, $99 million contract to provide engineering and architectural services to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The firm-fixed-price contract is expected for completion by Jan. 16, 2028, and will be performed and funded on a per-task order basis, the Department of Defense said Tuesday. USACE selected the...

Thirty veterans of the government, industry and academia to serve on a federal advisory committee that offers strategic and policy recommendations to the National Space Council. Lester Lyles, a retired U.S. Air Force general and an independent consultant, was selected to chair the NSpC Users Advisory Group, the White House said Friday. Vice Presiden...

The U.S. Air Force has awarded Jacobs (NYSE: J) a prime spot on an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to perform architecture and engineering services at three military bases in Japan. The company said Tuesday it will support the Yokota and Misawa air bases and Camp Zama for the project, which is under a potential $99 million multi-awa...

Coming out of his undergraduate work in chemical engineering at the University of Tennessee, Kent Wilcher considered three industries: oil and gas, pharmaceuticals and defense. After some brief deliberation, his answer was fairly easy. He decided to serve the defense industry because of his belief in its mission—he wanted something highly technica...

Six companies will compete for task orders on a $200 million contract to provide architectural and engineering services to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. USACE received 11 bids for the firm-fixed-price contract via the internet and expects work to be complete by June 11, 2028, the Department of Defense said Monday. The awardees are:...

American Systems has won a potential 10-year, $1.01 billion contract to perform test, evaluation and certification work for the Defense Information Systems Agency. DISA will obligate $10,000 in minimum guarantee upon the issuance of the first task order under the single-award TEC II Services contract, the Department of Defense said Friday. The indef...