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Former Va. Gov. George Allen to Advise VT Group; Terry Ryan Comments

George Allen, the former U.S. senator and Virginia governor, will act as a strategic adviser at Arlington, Va.-based technology services contractor VT Group to focus on the company’s integrated technical products. Allen joins the company as it seeks to further develop its passive optical Local Area Network system for government and commercial …

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John Hillen Joins George Mason University as Professor and Executive in Residence

John Hillen, former president and CEO of Sotera Defense Solutions, has been named executive in residence and professor of practice for George Mason University’s School of Management. Hillen currently serves as chairman of the board of advisers at SOS International,  is on board of directors at Software AG Government Solutions and is vice chairman of …

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Rebecca Garcia Named Camber Corp. Business Development VP

Rebecca Garcia, who most recently served as director of SAS Federal‘s national security group, has been appointed vice president of business development at Camber Corp., GovCon Wire has learned. At SAS, Garcia was responsible for the company’s delivery of analytic offerings to the intelligence community and a number of law enforcement …

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Harris CapRock to Build Satellite Systems for FAA’s Alaska Network; David Cavossa Comments

Harris CapRock Communications has won a potential 10-year, $46 million contract to continue developing satellite systems for the Federal Aviation Administration’s telecommunications infrastructure in Alaska. The subsidiary will build two satellite systems for voice and data connectivity under the Alaskan Satellite Telecommunications Infrastructure program, through which the FAA manages air traffic …

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ICF to Support EPA’s Human Health Risk Evaluation Program; Jennifer Welham Comments

ICF International (NASDAQ: ICFI) has won a potential five-year $33 million contract to resume support for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency‘s efforts to assess health risks of chemicals on humans. The re-compete contract was awarded by EPA’s Office of Research and Development to help the National Center for Environmental Assessment …

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Raytheon to Build Army Electronic Warfare Planning, Management Tool

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has won a potential five-year,  $97, 850, 000 contract to design and build a tool for the U.S. Army to plan and manage electronic warfare. Six bids were received by the Army Contracting Command’s office in Aberdeen, Md. for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract via an Internet solicitation, the Defense Department …

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Michael Fraser Joins Artel as Business Development, Strategy VP

Michael Fraser, formerly an executive vice president at satellite communications vendor iDirect Government Technologies, has joined SATCOM contractor Artel as vice president of strategy and business development. The 20-year Air Force veteran will oversee Artel’s front-end capture activities and also be responsible for developing strategies, Artel said Nov. 19. He most recently served …

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Leidos to Develop Army Emergency Warning System; Samuel Gordy Comments

Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) has received $47 million in task order from the U.S. Army to develop and support an emergency management system for Army installations inside and outside of the country. The contract was awarded under the Emergency Management Modernization Program covering enhanced 911 and mass warning notifications with network …

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Angie Petty: Federal IT Consolidation Program Brings Opportunities for Contractors

The U.S. government’s initiative to consolidate federal data centers presents a business opportunity for information technology contractors, Angie Petty of Deltek wrote for the Washington Post in an article published Sunday. Petty, a senior principal analyst at Deltek, writes government agencies are seeking cloud computing and other information technology services in order to meet …

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CH2M HILL Wins $46M Contract with ‘Rapid Transportation’ Authority; Daniel Grabauskas Comments

CH2M HILL has won a potential five-year, $46.1 million contract to help oversee the next phase of a rail project in Honolulu, Hawaii, RT&S Magazine reported Wednesday. The article notes CH2M HILL will support oversight of scheduling, design review, cost estimates, planning, environmental assessments and interface management activities. “This new contract …

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