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Chris Bishop Joins ManTech as Mission Services Group SVP; Dan Keefe Comments

Chris Bishop, formerly a federal services business development lead at URS Corp. (NYSE: URS), has joined ManTech International Corp. (NASDAQ: MANT) as senior vice president of sales for the mission services group. Bishop will report directly to group President Daniel Keefe and oversee sales efforts, as well as help coordinate …

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Huntington Ingalls Buys Engineering Services Firm S.M. Stoller; Matt Mulherin Comments

Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE:HII) has purchased consulting and engineering services provider The S.M. Stoller Corp. for an undisclosed amount. Stoller will operate as a subsidiary of Huntington Ingalls within the Newport News Shipbuilding division, HII said Thursday. Matt Mulherin, HII corporate vice president and NNS president, said the acquisition is intended …

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Norman Bishop, Keith Kellogg Among Newly Promoted Cubic VPs

Cubic Corp.‘s (NYSE: CUB) board of directors has elected Norman Bishop to the role vice president of corporate development and named Keith Kellogg VP of strategic initiatives. The board also named Paul Ketchum as VP of accounting and Julie Maloy as VP of corporate tax, Cubic announced Thursday. Bishop, a former BB&T …

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Leidos to Design, Engineer Calif Natl Guard Bases Under $80M IDIQ; James Moos Comments

Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) has won a position on a potential $80 million contract to design and engineer construction projects at military bases for the California Army and Air National Guard. The contract covers multi-disciplinary investigation, engineering and inspection and architectural design processes to build and repair multi-purpose military facilities in …

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Defense Dept Issues Call for EHR Sustainment Proposals

The Defense Department is seeking proposals to maintain its electronic health record system through 2018 under a contract that could be worth between $250 million to $1 billion, Nextgov reported Thursday. Bob Brewin writes the Defense Health Agency launched the procurement process for the contract intended to sustain the Armed …

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David DeWalt: FireEye Looks to Increase Speed of Innovation, Solution Delivery with $1B Purchase of Computer Forensics Firm Mandiant

FireEye Inc. (NASDAQ: FEYE) has purchased computer forensics provider Mandiant Corp. for $1.05 billion in cash and stock, Reuters reported Thursday. Jim Finkle writes the acquisition will serve to combine both companies’ cybersecurity technologies and founder Kevin Mandiant and Mandiant’s forensics personnel  will join FireEye. “Organizations today are faced with …

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Corry Hong: UNICOM Buys IBM Public Sector App Development Tools

UNICOM Global has acquired a portfolio of IBM (NYSE: IBM) products that are designed to help developers create  multi-platform business applications. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed and the transaction covers IBM’s Cognos Axiant and PowerHouse app development tools used in the healthcare, educational and government sectors, UNICOM Global …

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John Keese: CTC Uses Autonomic Resources Service to Gain FedRAMP OK

Concurrent Technologies Corp. has received a provisional authority-to-operate from the FedRAMP Joint Authorization Board by using an Autonomic Resources infrastructure-as-a-service tool. CTC leveraged Autonomic Resources’ ARC-P cloud service for the FedRAMP’s Re-Platforming initiative that aims to help information technology vendors gain the highest ATO possible, the companies said Tuesday. John Keese, …

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John Casper, Scott Spence Provide Context on Space Fence Contract; Reported for Potential April Release

The U.S. Air Force could award a multi-billion dollar contract in April to build a new radar system for tracking objects in space, Space News reported Dec. 27. Mike Gruss writes the Air Force has spent close to $1.3 billion on the Space Fence program since 2006. Lockheed Martin and …

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Lockheed to Build 14 Patriot Missile Kits for $263M

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has been awarded a $263, 410, 000 contract by the U.S. Army to build 14 Patriot missiles and seven launcher modifications kits. Kuwait is buying the four-pack missiles and kits through June 30, 2016 and the Army is obligating $23, 808, 000 in fiscal year 2014 other …

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