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SRA Wins Navy Sealift Command IT Services Extension; George Batsakis Comments

SRA International has won a potential three-year, $56 million contract extension to continue providing information technology services to a U.S. Navy command for communications infrastructure. The company will be responsible for logistics and warehouse services and helping to train C4 personnel (command, control, communications and computer systems), SRA said Thursday. George Batsakis, senior …

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General Dynamics Shuffles Marine Systems Leadership Team; John Casey Comments

General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) has reorganized the responsibilities of its executive team for its subsidiaries within the marine systems business group. Jeffrey Geiger, president of Bath Iron Works, will move into the same position in the Electric Boat subsidiary and succeed the retiring Kevin Poitras on Nov. 4, General Dynamics …

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Bechtel JV to Build Laser System for EU Research Facility; John Howanitz Comments

A joint venture that includes Bechtel has won a contract worth more than $45 million to create laser technology for the pan-European extreme light infrastructure facility located near Prague in the Czech Republic. Lawrence Livermore National Security LLC will build the device to facilitate research in homeland security, medical imaging …

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Northrop to Help Navy Expand Maritime UAV Flights; Mike Mackey Comments

Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) has won a $9.98 million contract to operate and maintain an unmanned aerial vehicle that works to survey oceans and coastlines for the U.S. Navy. The Navy wants the Broad Area Maritime Surveillance drone to fly 15 missions each month, up from nine with the goal of increasing …

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CGI Stanley Subsidiary Adds 12 Countries Under US Visa Processing IDIQ

Stanley Associates, a subsidiary of CGI Federal (NYSE: GIB) has won a potential $32.8 million task order from the State Department‘s Bureau of Consular Affairs to help process visas at U.S. embassies and consulates in 12 European countries. The order falls under the 10-year Global Support Strategy indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract vehicle and contains one base …

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Joe Kernan Appointed SAP NS2 Business Development VP; Mark Testoni Comments

Retired Navy Vice Adm. Joe Kernan, who served as a senior military assistant to former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, has been appointed vice president of business development at SAP National Security Services,  an independent U.S. subsidiary of the global software developer. The 36-year military veteran and former Navy SEAL will …

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ICF Wins $189M to Collect USAID Demographic Health Survey Data; Sunita Kishor Comments

ICF International has won a potential five-year, $189 million recompete contract to help carry out a health survey for the U.S. Agency of International Development. The company will collect and analyze data on population, health and nutrition from 75 countries and work with in-country development leaders to use the data for …

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Accenture Closes Purchase of Healthcare IT Firm ASM Research; Jim Traficant Comments

Accenture Federal Services (NYSE: ACN) has wrapped up the acquisition of ASM Research for an undisclosed amount in an effort to address the needs of the U.S. military health market. The Arlington, Va.-based Accenture LLP subsidiary intends for the acquisition to grow its offerings for the departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs as ASM becomes …

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Kevin Malik Named IO Chief Innovation Officer; George Slessman Comments

Kevin Malik, formerly chief information officer at data center technology maker IO, has been promoted to chief innovation officer. He will lead the company’s cloud engineering and software engineering teams and report to IO CEO and Product Architect George Slessman, the company said Thursday. “We are committed to redefining the data …

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Indus Wins $80M for Library of Congress IT Services; Shiv Krishnan Comments

INDUS Corp. has won a five-year, $80 million contract to provide information technology services to the Library of Congress. The company will work to help the Library make its resources available to all three branches of the federal government and the public, Indus said Tuesday. “Since the Library is open …

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