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GDIT Wins $178M Enterprise Communication Services Order for Defense Intelligence Agency

The Defense Intelligence Agency has awarded General Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GD) IT business a task order worth up to $178 million for enterprise communication services. The order could last five years and is part of DIA’s solutions for the IT enterprise contract. General Dynamics will support enterprise data, voice and video …

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Altegrity Names Glenn Pinnel VP and CIO; Campbell Comments

Altegrity, Inc. has named Glenn Pinnel as vice president and chief information officer. Pinnel joined the company in October 2010 as vice president of financial systems. Pinnel will oversee the company’s IT business units and work to ensure the company’s IT resources align with its business strategy. He will report to Altegrity CFO Jeff Campbell. Pinnel …

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ICF International Wins $40M DoE Contract for IT Electricity Support

The U.S . Energy Department has awarded ICF International (NASDAQ: ICFI) a task order contract worth more than $40 million over five years to provide technical, IT and management support to its office of electricity delivery and energy reliability. The company will help plan and implement the division’s ongoing mission-related efforts in …

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DRC-led Consortium Wins $460M Air Force IDIQ to Support Mission Communications

A Dynamics Research Corporation-led (NASDAQ: DRCO) consortium has won a multiple award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with a total ceiling of $460 million. The contract was awarded as part of the NETCENTS II program, which has a total estimated value of $24.2 billion. The contract has a three-year base period and two one-year …

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Centurum Wins $77M DoD Contract to Support Command and Control Systems

The Defense Department has awarded Centurum a performance-based contract to provide command and control systems support for new integrated systems and networks. Work could continue through April 2019 and be worth $77 million. Centurum will design,  install and manage a command center IT infrastructure and work on cross-domain solutions and command center systems. The …

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Dell Wins $476M Contract with Veterans Affairs

Dell has been awarded a contract with the Veterans Affairs to provide PC technology and services for more than 1, 200 sites nationwide. The contract is worth $476 million over a four-year period. The firm will provide VA with approximately 600, 000 PCs and monitors. The terms of the contract …

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Mo. Governor Helps Cut Ribbon on New IBM Service Delivery Center

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon joined a group of IBM (NYSE: IBM) executives and local business and government leaders in cutting the ribbon on IBM’s new service delivery center in Columbia, Mo., last week. “Creating high-quality, career-supporting jobs is the top priority of my administration, and IBM’s locating a new technology …

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ARRAY Awarded Air Force IT Deal

Greenbelt, Md.-based IT firm ARRAY Information Technology was awarded a $43.5 million Air force contract for communication and information systems support for Aeronautical Systems Center directorates at Wright-Patterson Air Force base near Dayton, Ohio. So far, $508, 979 has been obligated for the firm-fixed-price contract, according to DoD. The contract …

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Harris Secures Comms, IT Overhaul Contract

Harris (NYSE: HRS), won a one-year, $10.6 million contract from the U.S. Information Systems Engineering Command to upgrade the communications and IT networks at 23 U.S. Army Medical Treatment facilities. The U.S. Information Systems Engineering Command is responsible for network upgrades to the military health system facilities that utilize the …

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SRA’s Stan Sloane: Defense Spending Would Benefit from IT Focus

SRA International (NYSE: SRX) CEO Stan Sloane penned a column for The Washington Post, arguing for a sharper eye on defense IT needs. Sloane lays out the case that while the nation spends billions building globally superior fleets of ships and aircraft, that technology cannot defend us from the most-pressing …

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