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ECS to Support Military Health System IT Modernization Under $116M Contract; George Wilson Quoted

TYSONS CORNER, VA, November 15, 2019 — ECS will lead a project to update the Military Health System's information technology infrastructure under a potential four-year, $116M contract from the Naval Information Warfare Center's defense health IT division, ExecutiveBiz reported Nov. 7.

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Weekly Roundup: Capital One Acquires KippsDeSanto; Lockheed Martin, CGI Federal and Amyx Secure Big Contracts; Bell Obtains FAA Certification and Weekly Top 10 Stories

This week, Capital One signed an agreement to acquire KippsDeSanto & Co., a leading investment banking firm focused on serving growth-oriented aerospace/defense, government services and technology companies.  “Joining Capital One was a natural next step in the growth plan for us at KippsDeSanto,” said Kevin DeSanto, co-founder and managing director …

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Deloitte Wins Potential $197M Contract to Support DHA Solutions Delivery Division

Deloitte has won a potential five-year, $197.3M contract to provide technical, administrative and operational support for products and project lines under the Defense Health Agency’s solutions delivery division. The company will help DHA SDD manage information assurance, configuration management and training functions for various platforms such as the Defense Medical Logistics Support System, Essentris and Clinical Data Repository, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

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Dell Awarded $97M to Renew Microsoft Licenses for Defense Health Agency, Three Military Branches

Dell Federal Systems has won a firm fixed order and a six-month extension worth $96.7M combined to renew Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) software licenses for the Defense Health Agency, the U.S. Air Force, Navy and Army. Seventy-two customers will receive licensing renewal services for software products such as VISIO Professional and Windows Server Standard, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

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