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NASA Taps HX5 for Potential $377M NASA Glenn Center Support Contract

HX5 has received a potential seven-year, $376.8 million contract to provide engineering, research and scientific support services to NASA‘s Glenn Research Center. NASA said Thursday the Glenn Engineering and Research Support contract has a two-year base period slated to commence April 1, followed by a two-year option, another one-year option and a two-year …

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Govplace Hires Tech Industry Vet Steve Hoffman as Sales VP

Steve Hoffman, former area vice president at Micro Focus‘ government solutions business, has joined information technology provider Govplace as vice president of sales. Reston, Virginia-based Govplace said Wednesday Hoffman will lead the company’s go-to-market sales strategy and serve on the executive team. He will report directly to CEO Adam Robinson. In his …

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Kito Mussa Named WidePoint EVP, CFO

Kito Mussa, formerly interim chief financial officer at WidePoint (NYSE: WYY), has been named executive vice president and CFO at the McLean, Virginia-based managed mobility services provider. WidePoint CEO Jin Kang said in a statement published Wednesday Mussa’s experience and insights will help build up the company’s internal controls, financial …

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Navy Taps 13 Companies for Shipboard Engineering, Electrical Services IDIQ

Thirteen companies have won spots on a potential $44.5 million U.S. Navy contract to provide shipboard electrical and engineering services to the Military Sealift Command. The multiple-award contract has a one-year base value of $8.5 million and the service branch will obligate $44,500 in fiscal 2018 operations and maintenance funds at the …

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Cyxtera to Buy Immunity in Cybersecurity Portfolio Expansion Push

Infrastructure security company Cyxtera Technologies has signed an agreement to purchase Immunity, a Miami, Florida-based network security services firm. Cyxtera said Tuesday it will integrate Immunity’s offerings into its portfolio of threat analytics products and leverage the latter company’s team and customer base when the acquisition is complete. The deal is subject …

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Jeff Henry Promoted to President at ViON

Jeff Henry, former senior vice president of strategic initiatives at ViON, has been promoted as president of the Herndon, Virginia-based government information technology contractor. ViON said Tuesday Henry brings more than three decades of sales and marketing experience to his new position as well as his knowledge of emerging technology platforms that are …

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Unisys, Booz Allen Vet Rod Fontecilla Joins Altamira as CTO; Ted Davies Comments

Rod Fontecilla, formerly a vice president at Unisys (NYSE: UIS), has joined Altamira Technologies as chief technology officer. Fontecilla will directly report to Chairman and CEO Ted Davies and oversee the McLean, Virginia-based government information technology contractor’s innovation programs, communities of practice and technology assessment efforts, Altamira said Tuesday. Davies said …

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Air Force Picks 9 Companies for Potential $496M Datalink Enterprise Support IDIQ

Nine companies have won spots on a potential $496 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to support time-sensitive applications and tactical platforms for the U.S. Air Force‘s DataLinks Enterprise network. The Defense Department said Tuesday contractors will aim to help the service branch process command and control data along with myriad types of geospatial intelligence, full-motion …

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Brian Fogg Joins CSRA as Health & Civil Group CTO

CSRA (NYSE: CSRA) has appointed Brian Fogg, former chief innovation officer at Technica, as chief technology officer of the Falls Church, Virginia-based contractor’s health and civil group. The 25-year federal market veteran will be responsible for helping drive CSRA’s innovation efforts and technical strategies for the healthcare and civilian markets, the …

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State Dept OKs $133M SM-3 Block IIA Missile Sale to Japan

The State Department has cleared Japan’s request to buy Standard Missile-3 Block IIA, related equipment and services from the U.S. government under a potential $133.3 million foreign military sales agreement. Raytheon’s (NYSE: RTN) missile systems business and BAE Systems’ U.S. arm will serve as principal contractors for the proposed deal …

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