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Booz Allen Buys Genova Technologies’ Health IT Portfolio; Kristine Martin Anderson Comments

Booz Allen Hamilton has moved to expand its federal health information technology business by acquiring Genova Technologies‘ healthcare assets for an undisclosed amount. The transaction is intended to supplement Booz Allen’s work to deliver technical and engineering health IT services to the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and …

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October 6 Morning: Friday Surge in GovConIndex

The GovConIndex rose 0.797, or 1.23 percent, to 64.085 by riding on an increase in the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Friday’s rise came after four consecutive days of declines and new figures that show an increase in hiring by U.S. employers.       Top Percentage Gainers Company Stock Price Change %Change Healthnet …

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Jeff Ondris Named Constellation West Federal Civilian Affairs VP; Lisa Wolford Comments

Jeff Ondris, formerly eastern region director at Constellation West, has been named vice president of the company’s federal civilian affairs work. He will be responsible for Constellation West’s business and pipeline development, strategic planning and account management functions, the company said Tuesday. “Since joining Constellation West over a year ago, Jeff has been instrumental to …

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Logical-R JV, Booz Allen Land Ames Research Center Financial Support IDIQ

Logical-R Joint Venture and Booz Allen Hamilton will collaborate to provide financial support services for the Ames Research Center under a $61.2 million contract with NASA. The contract contains a two-year base period, a 45-day phase-in period and three one-year options and Logical-R will commence work on Oct. 14, NASA said Wednesday. Both companies will perform financial management, …

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Booz Allen Wins Potential $100M WMD Intell Support IDIQ

Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) has been awarded a potential $95.5 million contract to help the U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency track weapons of mass destruction globally. DTRA is obligating $1, 690, 000 at the time of award from fiscal 2013 research and development funding sources, the Defense Department said …

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Horacio Rozanski to Succeed Ralph Shrader as Booz Allen CEO

Horacio Rozanski, president and chief operating officer at Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), will succeed the retiring Ralph Shrader as chief executive of the McLean, Va.-based consulting firm on Jan. 1, 2015. Shrader, a 40-year company veteran, will keep his role as chairman of the board of directors after he officially retires …

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Bechtel-Led Consortium Takes Mgmt Responsibility for Y-12, Pantex National Security Sites

A Bechtel-led team has taken over the responsibility for the management and operations of two national security facilities in Tennessee and Texas under a potential 10-year contract with the National Nuclear Security Administration. Consolidated Nuclear Security LLC will oversee the operations of the Oak Ridge, Tennessee-based Y-12 National Security Complex and …

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Doug Lane Joins Capgemini Government Solutions as CEO; Tim Bridges Comments

Doug Lane, a 30-year consulting and information technology veteran, has joined Capgemini Government Solutions LLC as CEO. Lane will report directly to Capgemini U.S. LLC CEO Tim Bridges and be responsible for the Capgemini subsidiary’s strategic direction and service delivery to federal, state and local government clients, Capgemini said Tuesday. …

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Carl Salzano: Mentorship & Trust Critical as Booz Allen Works to Help Wounded Warriors Transition into Civilian Life, Careers

In 2010, Booz Allen Hamilton senior vice president Carl Salzano brought together leaders from across the company to establish a strategic framework, organization and structure for employee-led volunteer veteran activities. “We weren’t going to interfere with letting a thousand flowers bloom, but we wanted to bring a strategic focus to …

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Mark Owen, Former Air Force 1-Star General, Named Civergy CEO; Mark Gray Comments

Mark Owen, a retired U.S. Air Force brigadier general and formerly an executive vice president at Civergy, has been appointed CEO of the Landover, Md.-based contractor. The former U.S. Strategic Command policy and plans director and led work to integrate New West Technologies into Civergy following the latter company’s acquisition of New West in …

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