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CACI to Help Secure DHS IT Systems Under $407M Task Order; Ken Asbury Comments

CACI InternationaI (NYSE: CACI) has received a potential six-year, $407 million task order to help Department of Homeland Security components implement cybersecurity tools. DHS awarded the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation Dynamic and Evolving Federal Enterprise Network Defense – Group A order via the General Services Administration‘s Alliant contract vehicle, CACI said Tuesday. The company …

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6 Firms Awarded $970M in DTRA IDIQ Contracts to Support Cooperative Threat Reduction Program

Six companies have won contracts worth up to $970 million combined to support a Defense Threat Reduction Agency program that aims to stop the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. DTRA’s Cooperative Threat Reduction program seeks to collaborate with foreign countries to counter WMD threats and related technology, materials, expertise and facilities, the Defense Department said Tuesday. …

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Boeing Gets Potential $82M Navy Data Multiplex Tech Engineering Contract

Boeing (NYSE: BA) will design and engineer a suite of data multiplex systems for the U.S. Navy and three foreign military sales customers under a potential $82.4 million contract The company will provide technical engineering services needed to sustain, qualify and integrate the AN/USQ-82(V) family of systems, as well as provide technical support …

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Bart & Associates President Jonathan Evans Adds CEO Title

Jonathan Evans, president of Bart & Associates since 2015, has assumed additional duties as CEO of the McLean, Va.-based government information technology services contractor. Evans’ appointment took effect Friday, June 1, after he was elected by the board of directors to succeed Kion Yap, who will continue to serve as a …

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Qualys to Buy Second Front Systems in Federal Market Expansion Push

Qualys (Nasdaq: QLYS) has signed a letter of intent to buy Arlington, Va.-based advisory services provider Second Front Systems for an undisclosed sum as part of efforts to expand its footprint in the federal government, military and national security markets. Qualys said Monday both companies need to sign definitive agreements before …

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Joseph Wysocki Named SPA Space, Cyber Programs VP; William Vantine Comments

Joseph Wysocki, formerly CEO of business consulting firm Artyfex Solutions, has joined Systems Planning and Analysis as vice president of space and cyber programs within the Rocky Mountains and Western sector. SPA said Monday the retired U.S. Air Force colonel will oversee the professional services provider’s space and cyber customer …

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Swami Iyer Appointed CEO of Israel Aerospace Industries’ US Subsidiary

Swami Iyer, formerly president of Ultra Electronics‘ 3eTI subsidiary, has joined Israel Aerospace Industries‘ U.S. subsidiary as CEO. The two-decade industry veteran will lead operations of IAI North America and its subsidiaries that include Stark and ELTA North America, the aerospace company said Monday. Iyer previously served as vice president of …

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Cubic Adds Transport, Aviation Vet Jeffrey Blakeman to VP Role; Anshooman Aga Comments

Jeffrey Blakeman, formerly vice president of operations at Bombardier‘s transportation business in the Americas region, has been named vice president of manufacturing and procurement at Cubic (NYSE: CUB). His appointment is effective July 2 and he will succeed the retiring Dave Lapczynski, who will remain with Cubic in an executive advisory role, the …

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Peter Trainer Joins BAE’s US Arm as VP, GM of Air Force Solutions Business; Al Whitmore Comments

Peter Trainer, a former executive at Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC), has joined BAE Systems’ U.S. subsidiary as vice president and general manager of Air Force solutions business area. He will oversee a business unit within BAE Systems Inc.’s intelligence and security sector that modernizes, tests and maintains aircraft, …

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SES’ US Government Arm Gets $517M DoD Satellite Services BPA; Pete Hoene Comments

An SES subsidiary has landed a potential five-year, $516.7 million blanket purchase agreement that covers medium Earth orbit satellite services to the Defense Department. SES Government Solutions will provide DoD customers access to high throughput satellite capacity, broadband, gateway, monitoring and control services through the O3b MEO platform, the company said Monday. The single-award BPA …

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