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Alion Promotes Barry Broadus to CFO, Succeeds Mike Alber; Bahman Atefi Comments

Alion Science and Technology has promoted Barry Broadus to chief financial officer, effective Sept. 11, nearly five months after taking on the CFO role on an acting basis. The company said he will continue to provide direction for short- and-long term financial objectives. Broadus succeeds Mike Alber, who joined L-3 …

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ManTech Names SAIC Vet Fleetwood Lilley a Cyber Contracts VP; Bill Varner Comments

ManTech International (NASDAQ: MANT) has appointed Fleetwood Lilley vice president of contracts for the mission, cyber and intelligence solutions group. The company said Wednesday he will manage commercial, federal, state and local government contracts. “Fleetwood brings 28 years of contracts oversight and cyber-centric leadership, ” said Bill Varner, president and …

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Former ASRC CEO Ambrose Joins KBR as North American Govt, Logistics Head

KBR has appointed former ASRC Federal CEO Richard “Rich” Ambrose president of government and logistics for the construction firm’s North American operations. He will report to Mark Williams, group president for infrastructure, government and power. Williams said the 30-year commercial and government sector veteran brings an understanding of the government …

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ASRC Merges Primus, WTSI Subsidiaries

ASRC Federal Holding Co. merged its World Technical Services Inc. subsidiary into Primus Solutions Inc., effective Jan. 1, ASRC announced Tuesday. Primus President Rick Payne will lead the combined businesses. Primus assumes all rights and obligations concerning WTSI’s customers. ASRC Federal President and CEO Ken Asbury said the company decided to merge …

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Microsoft Names 17-Year Cisco Vet Laura Ipsen Worldwide Public Sector Lead

Microsoft Corp. has appointed Laura Ipsen corporate vice president of Microsoft’s worldwide public sector organization, Microsoft announced Tuesday. Ipsen will lead company sales and marketing to government, public and national security, education and nonprivatized healthcare customers in more than 100 countries. Ipsen will report to Susan Hauser, corporate vice president …

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New WTO Agreement Opens U.S. Contractors to New International Business

The World Trade Organization on Thursday reached an agreement on a revised government procurement agreement covering the U.S. and 41 other countries. According to a summary from the U.S. Trade Representative, the revised agreement gives U.S. suppliers access to 150 central government entities in several European Union countries, Israel, Hong …

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CGI to Develop Cloud Computing Management Platform for Labor Department

CGI Federal Inc. (NYSE: GIB) will develop and operate a cloud-based case and content management platform for the U.S. Labor Department on its first contract award with the government body. CGI’s will initially deploy a cloud platform for a Labor enforcement agency. This platform will provide: electronic document, records and case management …

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CGI Federal Delivers Record 4Q Book-to-Bill as CGI’s FY11 Profit Jumps 20%

CGI Group Inc. (NYSE: GIB) released its financial results for fiscal year 2011 ended Sept. 30, 2011. CGI President and CEO Michael Roach reported CGI Federal delivered a record book-to-bill ratio of 269 percent in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2011. CGI booked $1.4 billion in new contract signings during the quarter, …

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SAIC Reports Army Contract; ITT Scoops Up Pair

According to the Department of Defense, “SAIC (NYSE: SAI) was awarded on Dec. 6, 2010, a $9, 879, 138 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract.  The overall objective of this task are to provide; environmental support; project schedule and cost controls support; action tracking support; quality assurance support; chemical laboratory and environmental monitoring support; …

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Northrop Grumman Wins Half-Billion Dollar Deal from DoD; General Dynamics, BAE Claim Deals

According to the Department of Defense, “Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) was awarded a $457, 125, 797 five-year, firm-fixed-price contract.  This requirement is for the procurement of the APR-39A/B/C Radar Signal Detection Set (RSDS) including upgrade kits; and repair, integration, interim software support and field support.  The RSDS identifies different types …

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