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Potomac Officers Club Announces Speaker List for Border Protection Innovations & Technology Forum

TYSONS CORNER, VA., April 10, 2017 – The Potomac Officers Club — a division of Executive Mosaic — today announced the list of speakers for the Border Protection Innovations & Technology Forum. The issue of U.S. border security has been an especially hot topic since the election of President Trump. With Trump’s plan …

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ASRC Federal Secures $100M Contract for DHS Facility Operations Support; Mark Gray Comments

ASRC Federal‘s field services unit has received a potential $100 million contract to support operations at the Department of Homeland Security‘s Federal Law Enforcement Training Center and other ancillary support facilities located in Charleston, South Carolina. The company said Thursday the contract covers facility maintenance, student assistance and transportation services along with …

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Former CBP Commissioner David Aguilar Joins Drone Aviation Board; Jay Nussbaum Comments

David Aguilar, a former commissioner of the Customs and Border Protection agency, has joined the board of directors at tethered drone and lightweight aerostat manufacturer Drone Aviation Holding. Aguilar, who most recently led a team of more than 60, 000 as head of CBP, brings 35 years of experience in federal …

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Matthew Klein Named Managing Director of Kroll’s D.C. Investigations & Disputes Practice

Matthew Klein, former chief security officer and assistant commissioner for the professional responsibility office at the Customs and Border Protection, has joined Kroll as managing director of the consulting firm’s investigations and disputes practice in Washington, D.C. Kroll said Tuesday Klein will also serve as an “integral” member of the company’s newly established law enforcement and public …

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NTT Data Secures $85M CBP Verification & Validation Services Recompete; Tim Conway Comments

NTT Data (NYSE: NTT) has landed a five-year,  $85 million contract to continue to provide independent verification and validation services to the Customs and Border Protection‘s office of acquisition. The company said Tuesday it will independently verify and validate whether border management products and systems meet CBP requirements under the recompete contract. Tim Conway, president …

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Leidos to Deliver Cargo & Vehicle Scanning System to CBP Under $66M Deal; Scott Gray Comments

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Dec. 1, 2016 —  The Customs and Border Protection agency has awarded Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) a potential $66 million delivery order to supply cargo and vehicle scanning systems as well as optional training and maintenance to support customs operations, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday. Leidos said Tuesday it will provide 22 …

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CSRA to Guide CBP on Optimal Border Security Equipment, Deployment Methods

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Nov. 8, 2016 — CSRA will advise the Customs and Border Protection on equipment options and deployment methods to help prevent illegal trade and trade activities under a three-year, $45 million contract, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday. CSRA said Monday it will work with the agency’s systems engineering, logistics and sustainment, capabilities and requirements divisions …

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OSI Subsidiary Awarded Potential $140M CBP Screening Tech Contract Pair

An OSI Systems subsidiary has received a pair of contracts worth up to $140 million combined from the Customs and Border Protection agency for the supply of cargo and vehicle screening systems. OSI said Monday one potential two year, $64 million contract for American Science and Engineering covers deliveries of its Z Portal drive-through cargo and vehicle inspection system that works to provide …

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Weekly Roundup October 17 – October 21, 2016: 3Q Financial Season Not Just Earnings & more

October 17 – October 21, 2016 Click here to see Real-Time GovCon Sector Quotes A Note From Our President & Founder Jim Garrettson Another third quarter earnings reporting season is now underway for many large blue chip companies including some in the government contracting arena but that is merely one of many …

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DHS Adopts General Atomics’ Predator B Takeoff & Landing System for CBP

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Oct. 21, 2016 — The Department of Homeland Security will use General Atomics‘ takeoff and landing system for the Predator B remotely piloted aircraft in a new flight software for the Customs and Border Protection agency, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday. The company said Wednesday DHS has fielded the Automatic Takeoff and Landing …

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