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Sean Berg to Lead Dell Federal’s DoD Business; Tracy Pavillard, Ray McDuffie Take New Roles

Sean Berg, former head of Dell’s enterprise solutions group in the U.K., has joined the company’s U.S. federal business and will lead a team focused on the Defense Department. His appointment is one of three moves within Dell Federal’s leadership team, as Tracy Pavillard will lead the civilian sales organization …

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Army Selects 8 Companies for $497M Technical Support Contract

Eight companies have been awarded positions on a potential five-year, $497 million contract covering technical, administrative, and operation support services for the U.S. Army. The Army solicited bids for the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract via the Internet and will determine work location and funding with each individual order, the Defense Department said Friday. …

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Lockheed Picks AGI for F-35 Test, Evaluation Software; Joe Murphy Comments

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has awarded a contract to software provider Analytical Graphics Inc. to develop a test and evaluation platform for the F-35 aircraft. AGI will use a systems tool kit to create a tool for use in test planning, execution and post-flight evaluation work, AGI said Monday. “We are …

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CTC Affiliate to Produce Navy Helicopter Countermeasure Program Kits

An affiliate of Concurrent Technologies Corp. has been awarded a $14, 205, 582 contract modification to build 10 carriage, stream, tow and recovery system kits for the U.S. Navy. The Navy is acquiring the kits from CTC Enterprise Ventures Corp. for the MH-60S Airborne Mine Countermeasures program, the Defense Department said Thursday. CTC …

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CACI to Help Transcom Update Web-Based Property Shipment System; John Mengucci, Ken Asbury Comment

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has won a potential $28 million contract to help U.S. Transportation Command update a web-based system used to manage personal property shipments for soldiers and Defense Department civilian employees. Transcom is working to install increment three of the Defense Personal Property System and selected CACI to refresh the software …

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DRS Wins $391M for Air Force Cargo Logistics

A DRS Technologies business unit has won a $391 million contract to help manage aircraft cargo loaders for the U.S. Air Force at more than 80 locations worldwide. DRS Sustainment Systems Inc. won the contract through a competitive acquisition, through which the Air Force received two offers, the Defense Department …

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Air Force Finishes $7B NETCENTS-2 Vehicle Awards, 25 Companies Hold Spots

Twenty-five companies in total will now compete for delivery orders to provide information technology products to the U.S. Air Force for the branch’s Internet Protocol network under a potential six-year,  $6.9 billion contract vehicle. Nine companies have joined the list of NETCENTS-2 netcentric products vehicle awardees eligible for orders after the Air Force …

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Pentagon Seeks Industry Support for Health IT Contract Extension

The Defense Department is seeking a contractor to perform support work on its electronic medical records management platform through 2018, Nextgov reported Thursday. Bob Brewin writes the solicitation would extend the timeline for DoD’s Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application and Composite Healthcare System contract vehicle. Science Application International Corp. …

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Army Picks 7 Companies for $498M Office Equipment Contract

The U.S. Army has awarded positions on a potential $498 million contract to seven companies for commercial-off-the-shelf, multi-functional devices. Contractors will compete for task orders to supply the equipment and provide repair and maintenance services to the Army under firm-fixed-price, multiple-award contract, the Defense Department said Thursday. Equipment covered under the contract …

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Pentagon Wants Israel to Have Ospreys By 2015

The Defense Department has prioritized a foreign military sales order from Israel for six Boeing (NYSE: BA) and Bell Helicopter-built V-22 Ospreys ahead of the U.S. Marine Corps, Defense News reported Thursday. Marcus Weisgerber writes Israel’s formal request for modified versions of the tilt-rotor aircraft came this week following Defense …

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