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Kenneth Bedingfield Named Northrop Aerospace Systems CFO; Tom Vice Comments

Kenneth Bedingfield, Northrop Grumman‘s (NYSE: NOC) corporate vice present, controller and chief accounting officer since November 2011, has been appointed VP of business management and chief financial officer for the aerospace systems sector. Bedingfield succeeds Chuck Wands, who plans to retire from the company later this year, Northrop said Wednesday. …

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Rodney Martin Named TWD Corporate Development SVP, New Tech Units Formed; Larry Besterman Comments

Rodney Martin, a former business unit vice president and division executive director at TWD & Associates, has been promoted to senior VP of corporate development in a realignment of the company’s technology groups. The Arlington, Va.-based communications services provider also promoted eight employees to the VP ranks and they will …

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Mark Gerencser On Harnessing Big Data’s ‘Big Implications’ for Business

Harnessing big data offers companies the potential to use analytics to upgrade product and service lines, adapt to consumer needs and better understand the impact of their business decisions, Mark Gerencser writes in an upcoming issue of University of Maryland, University College’s Achiever magazine. But, big data’s “big implications” for business growth are …

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BAE Names Dave Herr Service Sectors EVP; Linda Hudson Comments

BAE Systems‘ U.S. subsidiary has appointed Dave Herr, president of the support solutions sector, to serve as executive vice president of the service sectors, effective immediately. Herr will lead the support solutions sector until the company names a successor, BAE said Thursday. He will also join Linda Hudson, president and …

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Coast Guard Picks Six for Business Support Work on $11B Contract

Six more companies have won positions on a potential $11 billion contract with the U.S. Coast Guard for technical and acquisition support services, Homeland Security Today reports. Mickey McCarter writes these companies won in the second domain of the five-year Technical, Acquisition and Business Support Services vehicle’s second track. That …

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Altamont Buys Investigations Provider, Aiming for Federal Growth; Randall Eason Comments

Private equity firm Altamont Capital Partners has acquired background investigations firm Omniplex World Services Corp. for an undisclosed amount, Washington Technology reports. This is Altamont’s second acquisition within a month as it bought window maker Cascade Windows in December 2012, according to the report. “Partnering with the Altamont Team will …

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CenturyLink COO Karen Puckett to Lead Combined Net Services Sales, Operations Team; Glen Post Comments

CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) has consolidated its network services business sales and operations teams into one organization, the company announced Thursday. The changes are effective immediately with team members of the new organization reporting to Karen Puckett, chief operating officer. “Karen will continue to retain all of her existing duties, including …

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DHS Hands Down $22B EAGLE II IT Services Vehicle

The Department of Homeland Security has awarded several companies positions on a $22 billion information technology services contract, according to a Dec. 4 FedBizOpps post. Each contract under the EAGLE II vehicle contains five base years and an option for an additional two-year ordering period. Awardees include: Capgemini Government Solutions …

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NJVC’s Kevin Jackson Pens Book on Cloud Computing Economic Model

Kevin Jackson, vice president and general manager for cloud services at NJVC, has published a sequel to his 2001 book “GovCloud, ” where he outlines the characteristics of cloud computing and deployment and delivery models. In “GovCloud II: Implementation and Cloud Brokerage Services, ” NJVC says Jackson explains how the …

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CACI Reports $1.8B in 1Q Contract Wins, Profit Up 2%; Dan Allen Comments

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has announced financial results for its first quarter of fiscal year 2013, ended Sept. 30, 2012. The company reported $1.8 billion in contract awards for the quarter, along with a 2.1 percent increase in adjusted revenue compared to the prior year period. Revenue for the quarter …

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