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Sotera Seeks Professionals for Army Support Jobs

Sotera Defense Solutions will host career events at military bases to seek professionals who are qualified to fill support services jobs for contract work with the U.S. Army. Applicants with a Secret level clearance are invited to apply for the positions of field service analyst and technician, field SW service engineers, operations …

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James Miller, Former DoD Policy Chief, Joins Endgame’s Advisory Board

Former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy James Miller has joined the advisory board of cybersecurity firm Endgame as the company refocuses its security offerings from system vulnerabilities to analytics, Defense News reported Wednesday. Zachary Fryer-Biggs writes that Miller has served as president of consulting firm Adaptive Strategies since leaving the Defense Department. “Because cyber …

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Rolls-Royce to Maintain Navy Training Aircraft Engines for $100M; Paul Craig Comments

Rolls-Royce has won a potential one-year, $100 million contract to maintain and provide logistics support for the U.S. Navy T-45 Goshawk training aircraft’s F405/Adour engines. The company said Thursday the contract to support at least 200 F405 engines is a follow-on to the company’s ongoing support of the Navy’s training crew. “We have been working with the US …

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POC Hones On Security Issues, Ramifications at GovCon Cyber Summit

The Potomac Officers Club hosted another summit in its 2014 “Distiguished Speaker Series” Wednesday at Hilton Worldwide in McLean, Va. with the 2014 GovCon Cyber Summit. Executive leaders from the federal government, legal and contracting sectors offered the GovCon executive audience a collective insider’s perspective on how industry and the public sector can best collaborate …

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SRA to Help GAO Run IT Setup for $148M

SRA International has been awarded a potential $148 million contract to help the Government Accountability Office operate its information technology infrastructure. SRA will work with GAO’s office of information systems and technology services to maintain the agency’s IT applications and systems, the company said Thursday. The company will also aid GAO …

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Army Hands Potential $1B Radio Deal to Exelis, General Dynamics, Harris and Thales

Four companies have won positions on a potential 10-year, $988 million contract with the U.S. Army to manufacture radio appliques for usage by brigade combat teams. The Army Contracting Command’s office in Aberdeen, Md. received six bids for the firm-fixed-price contract via the Internet, the Defense Department said Wednesday. Single-channel …

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Dave Dacquino: SkyLink Aviation Adds 3 C-Suite Execs “Critical to Achieving SkyLink’s Full Global Reach”

SkyLink Aviation recently made a number of additions to its executive ranks in a move to add industry, military and government experience to its C-Suite and senior leadership. Over a just more than one month period between mid-February and mid-March, CEO Dave Dacquino announced the company was adding a chief …

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ATK Takes in $186M in International Contracts to Provide US Allies with Ammunition; Mike Kahn Comments

ATK (NYSE: ATK) will produce ammunition and provide related services to U.S. allies under a series of international defense contracts worth $186 million combined. The company said Wednesday that it will manufacture the ammunition at its U.S. facilities and perform the services on-site at customer facilities. “Partnering with our allies to …

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Marillyn Hewson: Lockheed Opens Israeli Office to Help Back Military’s Southern Strategy

Shelly Gotman,  managing director of Lockheed Martin‘s (NYSE: LMT) information systems and global solutions unit for Israel, will oversee the company’s newly-opened office in Be’er Sheva. “The opening of our Lockheed Martin office here in Be’er Sheva is a demonstration of our commitment to supporting the Israeli Defense Force’s ‘Move to …

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Robert Jensen Named VP, Director of MITRE-Managed FFRDC for CMS; Alfred Grasso Comments

Robert Jensen, a 20-year veteran at MITRE, has been appointed vice president and director of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Alliance to Modernize Healthcare, a federally-funded research and development center managed by MITRE. “Rob brings more than two decades of healthcare knowledge and experience to this role, ” Alfred Grasso, …

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