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Harris Locks Up Half-Billion Dollar Radio ID/IQ

Harris (NYSE: HRS) signed a $475 million ID/IQ deal to supply military and land mobile radio systems to international partners of the State Department and Department of Defense. The contracts carries a five-year term. “This contract provides us a vehicle to continue our partnership with US Army CECOM to support …

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Skip Nowland, Apptis to Support State Dept.’s SIMS Project

Apptis won a contract to support the State Department’s Security Information Management System (SIMS). The deal carries a value of $8 million with a base year of performance and a one-year option. “We fully understand the magnitude and importance of this program, and how it will enable DoS to comply …

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CGI’s Stanley Wins Deal from Consular Affairs for Visa Processing; Howard Ady Comments

Stanley Associates, now a subsidiary of CGI (NYSE: GIB), won a $9.2 million deal from the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs. According the firm, “CGI will deliver business process support services to support the processing of more than 320, 000 non-immigrant and immigrant visas at U.S. embassies …

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ICF International Receives $17M State Department Contract

The State Department’s Bureau of Consular Affairs has awarded ICF Incorporated LLC with a $17 million blanket purchase agreement, to supply. Under the contract, ICF Inc. will work with the Bureau of Consular Affairs’ Consular Systems and Technology Division to supply overseas services, to both American Citizens and foreign nationals, …

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Computer Sciences Corp. plans to consolidate visa systems for State Dept.

Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC) will consolidate visa processing for the State Department under a five year contract valued at up to $36 million. This particular task calls for CSC to consolidate four existing visa systems into one unified processing system for the State’s Bureau of Consular Affairs. According to the …

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