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Deltek’s Ashley Bergander: Government Likely to Soon Solicit Bids on Several Multi-Billion Dollar GWACs

Deltek expects the government to start accepting bids to win positions on three large contracts in the next two months, research manager Ashley Bergander wrote Monday for the Washington Post. The Herndon-based industry research firm believes the multiple-award, government-wide federal contracts will provide teaming opportunities for large and small contractors. By …

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Teledyne Promotes Janice Hess to President of Engineered Systems, Adds Responsibility to Former NASA COO Rex Geveden

Teledyne Technologies (NYSE: TDY) has given senior executives Rex Geveden and Janice Hess further responsibility over the company’s digital imaging and engineered systems business segments, respectively. Beginning May 16, Geveden will oversee the Teledyne DALSA digital imaging company and Hess will serve as president of the engineered systems segment and its Teledyne Brown Engineering division, Teledyne said …

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Textron Unit Buys Aviation Ground Support Firm TUG Technologies; Stefaan Ver Eecke Comments

Textron (NYSE: TXT) a subsidiary of E-Z-GO has purchased aviation ground support equipment manufacturer TUG Technologies Corp. from private-equity firm Jacobson Partners for an undisclosed amount. Kennesaw, Ga.-based TUG manufactures products including material handling vehicles and mobile heating and air-conditioning systems, in addition to providing aircraft ground services to commercial and …

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Chris Celtruda: Merex Group Looks to Expand Aircraft Services, Client Reach with Kellstrom Buy

The Merex Group has made a move to expand its legacy aircraft services and make them available to a wider customer base with its acquisition of Kellstrom Defense Aerospace for an undisclosed sum. The two companies expect their combined businesses will generate more than $150 million in total sales for …

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Bradley Feldmann to Succeed Bill Boyle as Cubic CEO

Bradley Feldmann, president and chief operating officer at Cubic Corp. since January 2013, will succeed Bill Boyle as CEO of the San Diego-based defense and transportation technology contractor on July 1. Boyle will act as an adviser to Feldmann after July 1 and remain on the company’s board of directors until the …

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Navy Awards Seven Spots on $877M Training Services IDIQ

The U.S. Navy has awarded positions on a potential five-year,  $876, 934, 815 contract vehicle to seven companies for training support services under the Joint Force Development program. Eight offers were submitted to the Naval Supply Systems Command’s Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk for the cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity program, the Defense Department said Thursday. …

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Yancey Spruill to Leave DigitalGlobe as CFO; Jeffrey Tarr Comments

Yancey Spruill, chief financial officer at DigitalGlobe (NYSE: DGI), is set to depart his role on Oct. 1 after a 10-year career at the company. The geospatial imagery provider will work with Heidrick & Struggles to scout for Spruill’s successor, DigitalGlobe said Thursday. “Yancey’s contributions to DigitalGlobe over the last decade have …

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Germany, US Ink $250M Foreign Sales Deal for Orion Computer Equipment

The U.S. State Department has approved a proposed $250 million foreign military sales agreement with Germany, where the U.S. would provide hardware and software for eight Lockheed Martin-built (NYSE: LMT) P-3C aircraft owned by Germany. Lockheed and General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) are the prime contractors for the sales deal, through …

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Arun Raha Appointed VP, Chief Economist at Eaton; Richard Fearon Comments

Arun Raha, director of economic analysis at Eaton (NYSE: ETN) for two years, has been appointed vice president and chief economist following Jim Meil’s retirement after 29 years with the company. Eaton said Wednesday that Raha will report to Richard Fearon, the company’s vice chairman and chief financial and planning officer. “(Raha) is an accomplished economist …

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EMCOR Subsidiary to Repair Damage to NY’s Ellis Island, Statue of Liberty; Sal Fichera Comments

A subsidiary of EMCOR Group (NYSE: EME) has won a contract to repair damage to buildings and infrastructure on New York’s Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty National Monument resulting from Hurricane Sandy. The company said Wednesday F&G Mechanical will remove or install centrifugal chillers and boilers; air handling units; chilled water and steam piping; heating, ventilation and …

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