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Lee Vorthman Promoted to NetApp US Public Sector Civilian Agencies CTO

Lee Vorthman, a 16-year technology industry veteran, has confirmed to GovCon Wire that he has been promoted to chief technology officer for federal civilian agencies at NetApp’s (NASDAQ: NTAP) U.S. public sector. In his new role, he will work to establish the technical direction and overall strategy for the company’s …

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Rick Kelley to Head Smartronix Cloud Architect Team; Robert Groat Comments

Rick Kelley has joined Smartronix as the new technology director in charge of growing the company’s cloud computing business. Kelley has spent nearly decades as a designer and architect of technology products that aim to simplify business processes, Smartronix said Tuesday. He will lead a team of architects that aim …

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Nancy Killefer, Brian MacDonald Elected to CSC Board

Nancy Killefer, an outgoing senior partner at McKinsey & Company Inc., and Brian MacDonald, formerly president and CEO of ETP Holdco Corp., have been elected to the board of directors at Computer Sciences Corp.. CSC shareholders voted on the new board members during company’s annual meeting and they will succeed the retiring …

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ASRC Federal Subsidiary Wins Geological Research Contract; Paul Dillahay Comments

An ASRC Federal‘s InuTeq subsidiary has won a potential five-year $11 million contract to help a U.S. Geological Survey data center find new ways to conduct earth science research. The USGS Earth Resources Observation and Science Center is responsible for managing remote sensing data on climate and land use change, …

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Xerox Buys Pension Administration Software Firm CPAS Systems

Xerox (NYSE: XRX) has acquired CPAS Systems, a pension administration software provider to private and public sectors. Xerox will add CPAS’ to its human resources outsourcing services portfolio and aims to grow its footprint in the government pension administration outsourcing market, Xerox announced Tuesday. CPAS managers and employees will remain …

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Report: Pentagon Outlines $4.3B in Potential Arms Sales to Iraq

The U.S. Defense Department has informed Congress of nearly $4.3 billion in potential foreign military sales transactions with Iraq, Defense News reported Sunday. Paul McLeary writes the deals come as the country aims to address sectarian violence and terrorist attacks. “Iraq is moving back to a primary state of civil …

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David Wennergren Named CACI Enterprise Tech, Services Group VP

David Wennergren, formerly assistant deputy chief management officer at the Defense Department, has joined CACI International (NYSE: CACI) as a vice president within the enterprise technologies and services business group. The nearly three-decade government veteran will oversee the group’s opportunity management and customer delivery practices, CACI said Tuesday. Wennergren said he …

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Wendy Martin Joins Northrop as Cyber Initiatives, Campaign Director

Wendy Martin, formerly a vice president at Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS), has confirmed to GovCon Wire that she has joined Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) as director of strategic initiatives and campaigns for the cyber solutions division. Martin will oversee initiatives and campaigns for developing new cyber products and services in her new …

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Deltek: $40B in Recompete Defense Contracts Up For Grabs

Defense Department components plan to offer three recompete contracts worth up to $40 billion combined starting this fall and continuing into the winter, the Washington Post reported Monday. Ashley Bergander writes both large and small companies could have an opportunity to participate in the bidding process for each of the contract …

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DHS Awards 17 Spots on Potential $6B Cyber Contract

Seventeen companies have won positions on a potential $6 billion Department of Homeland Security contract covering cybersecurity products and services, Federal News Radio reported Monday. Jason Miller writes the General Services Administration is responsible for the continuous monitoring and diagnostics contract and will charge a 2-percent fee for usage. Federal, state, local and …

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