Home / Tag Archives: featured (page 730)

Tag Archives: featured

Diana Gowen to Retire as CenturyLink Government SVP, GM

Diana Gowen, senior vice president and general manager of CenturyLink‘s (NYSE: CTL) government services business, plans to retire at the end of this month after nine years as the unit’s leader, Washington Technology reported Wednesday. Nick Wakeman writes that Gowen, a 30-year industry veteran, joined the group in July 2005 …

Read More »

State Dept OKs $251M F-16 Raytheon Equipment, F-16 Training Deal for Singapore

The State Department has approved Singapore’s planned $251 million acquisition of Raytheon (NYSE: RTN)-built defense equipment, F-16 pilot training services and logistics support from the U.S. through the foreign military sales program. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency, which notified Congress on the potential sale last week, said Thursday that the deal would support Singapore’s PEACE …

Read More »

Scott Turner Joins IntelliDyne as Healthcare IT Business Development Senior Director

Scott Turner, a 27-year veteran in government business development and electronic engineering, has joined IntelliDyne LLC as senior director of healthcare information technology business development. He will work to capture healthcare IT business opportunities within Defense Department and civilian agency markets, IntelliDyne said Friday. Turner most recently served as vice …

Read More »

Brazil Requests $241M BAE Artillery, Manned Vehicle Kits Sale

Brazil’s government has requested to acquire BAE Systems-built armored carrier and howitzer cannon modification kits under two U.S. foreign military sales agreements worth $241 million combined. The Brazilian army is buying $130 million in kits intended to modernize the nation’s fleet of 434 armored personnel carriers, the Defense Security Cooperation …

Read More »

William LaPlante: Air Force Nears RFP for Long-Range Bomber Program

William LaPlante, assistant secretary for acquisition at the Air Force, said Friday the branch will launch final solicitations for a new long-range bomber within the next few days, Defense News reported Friday. Aaron Mehta writes that LaPante added the Air Force is scheduled to begin the process of awarding the …

Read More »

ASI Govt Hires Defense, Intell Pros Chuck Kennedy, Gary Winch and Kevin Houley

Defense and intelligence professionals Chuck Kennedy, Gary Winch and Kevin Houley have joined ASI Government, a provider of federal acquisition support, to serve in leadership positions across the company. Kennedy will serve as president for the frontline solutions division, Winch as vice president for the national security sector and Houley as …

Read More »

Doug Graham: Lockheed Extends Air Force ICBM Work Under Potential $452M Contract

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has been awarded a potential $452 million contract to sustain the reentry subsystems for the U.S. Air Force’s intercontinental ballistic missiles. Lockheed will work to modify and test the hardware and software components of the Minuteman III ICBM’s reentry system-reentry vehicle subsystem, the company said Thursday. The …

Read More »

Rick McAlpin Promoted to Parsons Operations Shared Services Director; Tom Roell Comments

Rick McAlpin, a 20-year veteran at Parsons and its former internal audit manager, has been appointed to the role of operations shared services director in charge of the company’s project operations departments. McAlpin will oversee contracts, procurement, quality and project controls and risk for Parsons’ nonfederal business, the company said Thursday. …

Read More »

Stephen Van Beek, Dennis Cary Named VPs for ICF’s Aviation & Aerospace Business

Stephen Van Beek, a 25-year policy, planning, governance and finance professional — and Dennis Cary, a 20-year marketing, sales, revenue management and strategy consultant — have been named vice presidents at ICF International (NASDAQ: ICFI). The company said Thursday that Van Beek and Cary will serve as VPs in ICF’s aviation and aerospace consulting …

Read More »

Rich Sorelle: Exelis Seeks C4ISR, Analytics Portfolio Growth With Celestech Buy

Exelis (NYSE: XLS) has acquired technology development and engineering services firm Celestech in a move to grow Exelis’ portfolio of C4ISR and data analytics offerings. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed and Exelis does not expect the transaction to have a material impact on its second quarter 2014 …

Read More »