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EXCLUSIVE: Ron Police, Former Apple Government Lead, Joins SAP National Security Services

Ron Police, the former vice president of Apple Government, has joined SAP National Security Services (NS2), the independent national security and critical infrastructure contracting subsidiary of SAP, GovCon Wire has learned. Police developed strategies, built up a sales organization and launched mobility solutions for federal, state and local governments for …

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Jacqueline Hinman Named CH2M HILL CEO, Lee McIntire to Remain Board Chair

Jacqueline Hinman, formerly president of CH2M HILL‘s international business organization, will succeed Lee McIntire as CEO of the international consulting firm on Jan. 1, 2014. McIntire will continue to serve as chairman of the board after he steps down from the chief executive role, CH2M HILL said Monday. Chad Holliday, lead …

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SAIC to Install Polycom Tool in NATO Video Conference Platform; Mark Escobar Comments

Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAI) will install Polycom technology into a video collaboration environment intended to help NATO members centralize communications. The Polycom RealPresence platform will be installed in NATO locations across Europe and North America and will be built to hold resources for operations such as classified communications and resource …

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John Harris Appointed Raytheon International CEO; William Swanson Comments

John Harris II, formerly a business unit general manager at Raytheon (NYSE: RTN), has been promoted to CEO and vice president of business development for Raytheon International, the missile maker’s international business organization. The appointment is effective immediately and he succeeds Thomas Culligan, who will retire from the company Dec. 31 after …

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Report: Netherlands to Buy 37 Lockheed F-35 Jets

Netherlands Defence Minister Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert is scheduled to announce Tuesday that the Dutch government will acquire 37 Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) F-35 fighter jets, Reuters reports. Anthony Deutsch and Andrea Shalal-Esa write the Netherlands would become the seventh country to place orders for the F-35 following the U.K.,  Australia, Italy, …

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Hyuk Byun, Pete Pflugrath Promoted to AMERICAN SYSTEMS VP Roles

Hyuk Byun and Pete Pflugrath, who respectively joined AMERICAN SYSTEMS in 2007 and 2010,  have been promoted to vice president and general manager roles at the Chantilly, Va.-based company. Byun was appointed VP and GM of professional services while Pflugrath will serve as VP and GM of the company’s custom solutions group, AMERICAN …

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Mary Galligan Joins Deloitte as a Security Practice Director

Mary Galligan, a 25-year FBI veteran and the first female special agent in charge for the bureau’s New York field office, has joined Deloitte & Touche LLP as a director in the firm’s security and privacy practice. She will advise senior executives at Fortune 500 companies on crisis management challenges such …

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ICF to Analyze EPA Air Monitoring Program Lab Data; Mark Lee Comments

ICF International has won two contracts with Environmental Protection Agency worth up to $31 million combined to analyze laboratory data for an air monitoring quality assurance program. One potential $11 million contract represents a new win and the other potential $20 million contract was awarded as a re-compete, ICF said Monday. …

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David Gitlin Named UTC Subsidiary’s Aircraft Systems President; Alain Bellemare Comments

David Gitlin, a 17-year veteran of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX), has been promoted to president of the aircraft systems business unit within UTC Aerospace Systems, a subsidiary of UTC. Gitlin previously served senior vice president of aircraft systems since UTC Aerospace Systems first launched in 2012, UTC said Thursday. …

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Harris Wins 1-Year Air Force GPS, Satellite Services Extension

Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS) has won a one-year, $65, 083, 169 contract extension to continue helping the U.S. Air Force operate and maintain its satellite control network and GPS antenna sites. The Defense Department expects to have $52, 594, 739 in fiscal year 2013 operations and maintenance funds obligated before the …

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