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Raytheon Wins $298M to Build Air Force FAB-T Satellite Terminals

Raytheon has won a $298 million contract modification to produce the U.S. Air Force‘s Family of Advanced Beyond Line of Sight Terminals Command Post Terminals system. The deal provides options for low-rate initial production, full-rate production and interim contractor support, the company said Monday. FAB-T terminals are intended to help support a presidential conference system for …

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Amr ElSawy: Noblis Buys National Security Partners to Expand Intell Services

Noblis has bought National Security Partners LLC, a consulting and technical services provider in the intelligence community, for an undisclosed amount. “This acquisition strengthens Noblis’ ability to innovate and increases the immediate value we deliver in support of our national security and intelligence mission, ” Amr ElSawy, Noblis president and …

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Lockheed Wins $914M Air Force ‘Space Fence’ Radar Production Contract

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has won a $914, 699, 474 contract to build a ground-based surveillance radar for the U.S. Air Force to track and detect objects in space. The Air Force is obligating $415 million in fiscal year 2013 and 2014 research, development, test and evaluation funds for the …

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Mark Gray Named ASRC Federal CEO; Greg Resutek Appointed COO, Acting CFO

Mark Gray, formerly a vice president and general manager at URS Corp. (NYSE: URS), has joined Beltsville, Md.-based government services contractor ASRC Federal as president and CEO. ASRC Federal said Monday that it has also appointed former URS VP Greg Resutek to serve as chief operating officer and acting chief financial officer. …

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NASA, Industry Partners Close First Certification Stage for Crew Transport Spacecraft; Phil McAlister Comments

NASA has collaborated with Boeing (NYSE: BA), Sierra Nevada and Space Exploration Technologies to complete the first phase of certification process for a spacecraft to carry astronauts to the International Space Station and back. Boeing, Sierra Nevada and SpaceX outlined their respective plans for transporting space crews to and from the …

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Kay Kapoor: AT&T to Continue Helping Navy Install 911 Routing Systems

AT&T‘s (NYSE: T) government solutions business has won a $10.4 million contract to continue to supply and install cloud-based 911 routing and call management systems at U.S. Navy bases nationwide. The AT&T platform is designed to support a national Internet Protocol-based Next Generation 911 program, the company said Monday. Kay …

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Ed Sheehan: CTC Extends HR Re-Engineering Work for US Forest Service

Concurrent Technologies Corp. has received $2.5 million in additional funds to continue its business and information systems support work for the U.S. Forest Service‘s human capital management technology branch. The nonprofit organization said Friday it has carried out that work for Forest Service since 2008 and the new funds increase the contract’s total …

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Huntington Ingalls Buys Engineering, Project Mgmt Provider UPI

Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE: HII) has purchased engineering and project management services provider UniversalPegasus International Holdings for an undisclosed amount. Chris Kastner, corporate vice president and general manager for corporate development, will oversee the new subsidiary, Huntington Ingalls said Monday. The Houston, Tx.-based company provides design, survey, inspection and construction …

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Deltek: Women-Owned Businesses Hold 4% Federal Market Share

Women-owned businesses have retained a 4-percent share of the federal contracting market since fiscal year 2010, Deltek‘s Kathleen Sievers wrote in a Washington Post piece published Sunday. Sievers, a senior research manager at Deltek, writes women-owned small businesses and economically disadvantaged, women-owned small businesses account for 80 percent of that contract spending. The federal …

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John Hillen: GovCon Services Market ‘Leaving Its Teenage Years, ‘ Entering New Maturation Phase

The GovCon services market is entering a new phase of maturity and leaving a part of a nearly five-decade timespan that “might be seen as its teenage years, ” former Sotera Defense Solutions CEO John Hillen wrote in a May 20 guest column for Washington Technology. Hillen,  executive in residence …

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