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CRGT Buys Big Data, Analytics Provider Guident Technologies; Tom Ferrando Comments

CRGT Inc. has acquired data analytics and technology provider Guident Technologies with the intent to grow its portfolio of big data analytics and business intelligence offerings. CRGT, a Veritas Capital portfolio company, did not disclose terms of the deal in its announcement. Tom Ferrando, CRGT’s CEO and president, said the …

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IBM Software to Manage $36B Military Real Estate Portfolio; Dave Bartlett, Andrew Manley Comment

IBM (NYSE: IBM) has won a contract to provide software and services for managing real estate property of military bases and housing facilities, the company announced Wednesday. The total value of real estate covered under this project is around $36 billion, the company said, covering 900 square miles, 45, 000 …

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Razorsight Names Chris Checco President, Chief Analytics Officer; Charlie Thomas Comments

Big data and analytics specialist Razorsight Corp. has added Chris Checco, former lead management scientist for Accenture Federal Services, to its executive ranks as president and chief analytics officer. Checco is charged with leading efforts to accelerate Razorsight’s development of advanced analytics solutions for global communications providers, cable operators and mobile operators. …

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CSC Buys Big Data Analytics Firm 42Six; Sashi Reddi Comments

Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC) has acquired a Maryland-based software developer that focuses on big data processing, analytics and advanced applications support for defense and intelligence customers. CSC did not disclose terms of its acquisition of 42Six Solutions in a release. “Data services and analytics capabilities are rapidly becoming essential …

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ICF Buys Energy Analytics Tech Firm Assets; Sudhakar Kesavan Comments

ICF International (NASDAQ:ICFI) has purchased the assets of a Boulder, Colo.-based technology firm that makes an analytical platform for utilities to manage energy consumption and programs. ICF said it has hired seven employees from Symbiotic Engineering, who will continue development work on the cloud computing-based Sustainability Information Management System platform. …

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Deloitte’s Tim Chase on Bringing Commercial Tech to Federal Market

As a segment leader and principal at Deloitte LLP, Tim Chase leads development of the firm’s intelligence practice. In a recent interview with ExecutiveBiz, Chase said his primary responsibilities include market development and overall delivery to intelligence customers. He joined the consulting firm after it acquired BearingPoint in 2009, which …

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TASC Names Booz Allen Vet Scott Heefner Finance, Analytics Head; Pamela Drew Comments

TASC Inc. has appointed Scott Heefner vice president of the financial and business analytics group, the company announced Tuesday. Pamela Drew, senior vice president of strategic capabilities, said in the release he will lead a group that provides government clients with tools to help them make budgetary decisions. Heefner said …

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IBM Adding Navigation Software Firm Vivisimo to Big Data Portfolio

IBM (NYSE: IBM) has agreed to acquire Pittsburgh-based discovery navigation software provider Vivisimo for an undisclosed amount, the company announced Wednesday. Vivisimo has more than 140 customers in both the public and private sectors, including the U.S. Air Force, Navy Social Security Administration and the Defense Intelligence Agency. IBM will …

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Integrity Applications Wins $58M DIA Engineering, Analytics Contract

Integrity Applications Inc. won a potential $58, 573, 766 Defense Intelligence Agency contract to provide engineering and analytical services, the Defense Department announced Thursday. The DIA awarded the five-year, time-and-material contract through the Virginia Contracting Activity. VACA awards the majority of contracts through full and open competitions or as small …

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Accenture to Improve Fed Energy Regulators’ Financial Management

Accenture (NYSE: ACN) has won a five-year contract worth $10.8 million with the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to provide Oracle’s PeopleSoft application hosting and support services. Accenture will expand and upgrade existing software applications to enable the commission to access, interpret and organize information. The goal is to improve …

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