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General Atomics Awarded $117M for 38 Air Force Reaper UAVs

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. has been awarded a $117, 286, 467 contract to help the U.S. Air Force field 38 variants of the company’s MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aerial vehicle. The Air Force is obligating $41, 507, 146 at the time of award from research and development funds in fiscal years 2013 …

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General Dynamics Electric Boat Awarded $520M for Virginia-Class Submarine Materials

General Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GD) Electric Boat subsidiary has been awarded a $520 million contract action to acquire long lead time materials for work on four Virginia-class submarines for the U.S. Navy. The Navy is obligating $283, 711, 000 in funds at the time of award and no funds will expire at …

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Kevin Stramara Appointed MBDi BD Consultant; Bill Scheessele Comments

Kevin Stramara, former Honeywell (NYSE:HON) aerospace senior director for defense and space business development, has been named an MBDi BD consultant, MBDi said Monday. In his new role, he will be responsible for growing the revenue of clients in process, planning and change management ventures. Bill Scheessele, MBDi president and CEO, …

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Tony Smeraglinolo: Engility Targets New Contract Vehicles As DRC Buy Closes

Engility Holdings (NYSE: EGL) has closed its $11.50-per-share acquisition of Dynamics Research Corp. as part of a growth strategy to target markets such as healthcare and homeland security. DRC holds 300 active contracts and that figure includes several positions on indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quality contract vehicles awarded by the Defense Department and civilian agencies, …

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Kevin Cook Appointed CFO, Mike McConnell to Retire as Vice Chair at Booz Allen

Kevin Cook, senior vice president and corporate controller at Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), has been promoted to chief financial officer and treasurer and will assume those roles on July 1. His appointment is one in a series of executive transitions at the McLean, Va.-based consulting firm as both Vice …

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Mary Allison Yourchisin to Help Lead AC4S Business Development in VP Role

Mary Allison Yourchisin, a former business development manager at Intelligent Decisions, has joined Tampa, Fla.-based Advanced C4 Solutions as vice president of special operations. She is the first woman to serve as president of the National Defense Industrial Association’s Tampa chapter and is also a former vice president of the …

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Veterans Affairs Seeks Info on Unified EHR Viewer

The Department of Veterans Affairs is seeking information on an integrated electronic health record system viewer as the agency plans to update EHR technology used by the VA and Defense Department. The VA’s Office of Information Service Center issued a solicitation Monday for a new EHR system viewer, intended for the Interagency …

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10 Firms Picked for $243M Natl Guard Environmental Engineering Contract

Ten companies have won positions on a three-year, $243 million contract covering environmental engineering support services for the Army National Guard. The National Guard Bureau received 21 bids for the firm-fixed-price contract and will determine funding and location with each order, the Defense Department said Friday. Work is scheduled to …

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Report: Mitsubishi Heavy, BAE Discuss F-35 Parts Deal

Japan-based Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is negotiating with BAE Systems the terms of a potential contract, where Mitsubishi Heavy would supply components for Lockheed Martin‘s (NYSE: LMT) F-35 aircraft, Reuters reported Monday. Tim Kelly writes the progress of that agreement depends on the decision of Japan’s government on whether to subsidize production of parts for …

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Deltek: Pentagon Puts IT at Center of Cost-Reduction Efforts

The Defense Department is working to allocate its budget and focus on eight key information technology initiatives, the Washington Post reported Sunday. Deniece Peterson, director of research at Deltek, writes DoD wants the IT programs to reduce costs in an environment of changing regulations, budgets and workforces.. Peterson highlighted areas …

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