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SRA Receives $388.9M DHS Contract

The Department of Homeland Security has awarded SRA International Inc a $388.9 million contract for the National Communications System’s (NCS) National Security and Emergency Preparedness Scientific, Engineering and Technical Assistance. Under the contract, SRA will supply emergency operations support, emergency communications solutions, as well as government and industry interface support. …

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SAIC Wins $388 Million DHS Contract

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) has announced a prime contract win from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of Cybersecurity and Communication. SAIC will support the National Communications System (NCS) through scientific, engineering and technical services.  The NCS is a key part of the country’s ability to provide vital communications services …

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DHS Awards 4 Contractors a Total of $389M

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has awarded Booz Allen Hamilton, General Dynamics, SAIC, and SRA International contracts that amount to $389 million. The companies will provide national security communications support, as well as technical analysis, training, emergency operations planning, and equipment purchases. According to General Dynamics Advanced Information …

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DHS Grants Raytheon 2nd-Phase Of SWARM

The US Department of Homeland Security awarded the second-phase of a five-phase project to Raytheon’s Stand-Off Waring Against Radiological Materials (SWARM). The 8-month contract is worth  $1.176 million; if all options are utilized the contract would total $2.9 million. The DHS’ Domestic Nuclear Detection Office under the Exploratory Research in Nuclear Detection Technology …

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Cybersecurity Remains a Hot Commodity Despite Recession

According to an article in USA Today, firms that deal with cyber security are booming, even while the rest of the economy is busting. America’s Growth Capital (AGC) reports that 55 security firms have already been acquired this year. The article cites two main sources for this seemingly constantly increasing …

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