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Dave McKeown to Assume Role of DoD CISO; Dana Deasy Quoted

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The Department of Defense (DoD) has selected Dave McKeown to serve as next chief information security officer (CISO), effective in late Nov. 2020, FedScoop reported Tuesday. He will succeed former CISO Jack Wilmer, who left the role in July 2020 to lead a private security company. Mark Hakun has served as acting CISO since Wilmer’s resignation.

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Jeffrey Bauer, Paul Harris Take Leadership Roles Within HII’s Law Department

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Jeffrey Bauer, a senior counsel at Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE: HII), has been elevated to the role of vice president for litigation and investigations. Paul Harris, formerly a senior VP at Hampton University, joined HII as corporate VP and chief compliance and privacy officer

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Weekly Roundup: KBR Secures $974M USAF IDIQ Contract; Leidos, Vectrus, SOSi Win Big Contracts; Lauren Knausenberger Becomes USAF Deputy CIO; DB Schenker Names Stacey Brown CHRO

THIS WEEK’S TOP 10 MOST POPULAR STORIES KBR Wins Potential $974M IDIQ for USAFE-AFAFRICA Base Operations Support KBR (NYSE: KBR) will help U.S. Air Forces in Europe-Air Forces Africa manage and maintain assets at USAFE-AFAFRICA  locations in Spain and Turkey as part of a potential eight-year, $974M contract. Air Force Installation Contracting Command at …

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Proposed UTC-Raytheon Merger Gets DOJ Antitrust Clearance With Divestiture Requirement

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The Department of Justice has given United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX) and Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) an antitrust approval to proceed with their proposed merger through an all-stock transaction, Reuters reported Friday. A DOJ notice posted Thursday says the approval comes with a proposed settlement that requires both companies to divest to a U.S. approved-buyer Raytheon’s airborne tactical radios business and UTC’s military GPS business and its large space-based optical systems unit to maintain competition.

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SAIC’s Unisys Federal Buy Inches Closer to Completion as Waiting Period Under Antitrust Law Ends

The required waiting period for Science Applications International Corp.’s (NYSE: SAIC) proposed acquisition of the federal arm of Unisys (NYSE: UIS) under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 expired Thursday, March 12, the companies said in a joint release published Friday.

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