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NCI Lands Position on $16 Billion Army Deal

NCI, Inc. (NASDAQ:NCIT) secured a spot on the Rapid Response-Third Generation (R2-3G) Program ID/IQ worth a maximum $16.4 billion. The program supports the Army’s Communications-Electronics Life Cycle Management Command (CECOM LCMC). NCI will focus on tasks ranging from technology insertion, system integration and installation, to fabrication/prototyping, testing and certification. “NCI …

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HP’s Sean Mullen: ‘Cloud Computing . . . A Secure Investment’

HP business development executive Sean Mullen spoke with ExecutiveBiz about defense budget realities and the market hot spots that are rapidly developing: “So far, Mullen is leaving nothing to chance. Especially at a time of budget uncertainty among DoD customers, coupled with threats beyond. ‘Everything we do, when we deliver …

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Quest Software Public Sector Picks Dmitry Kagansky to Lead Technology Efforts; CEO Paul Garver Remarks

Quest Software Public Sector has hired Dmitry Kagansky to serve as chief technologist. Kagansky will head up the firm’s federal technology practice. “Dmitry has a unique blend of leadership skills, business acumen, and a wealth of knowledge about the federal technology industry, ” CEO Paul Garver said. “His successful track …

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DRC Locks Up $20 Million DHS Technology Deal

Dynamics Research Corporation (Nasdaq:DRCO) claimed  a four-year, $20 million contract from DHS to support the enterprise architecture for the DHS’s Office of the Chief Information Officer. DRC will work to overhaul DHS’ IT assets and architecture, providing “collaboration across divisions and centralizing the capture and management of enterprise knowledge.” “We …

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USDA Moves to Cloud with Microsoft

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is set to make a technological step forward to the cloud with help from Microsoft. USDA will become the first cabinet-level agency to move its email and collaboration applications to the cloud. The move comes on the heels of the news that GSA …

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Accenture in on $30 Billion FBI IT Deal

Accenture (NYSE: ACN) has joined the cast of government contracting firms to win a space on the FBI’s $30 billion IT Supplies and Support Services (IT Triple S) ID/IQ. Click here for more coverage of the IT Triple S Deal. “The services we plan to deliver under the contract are …

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SAIC Wins C4I Work with Navy Worth $42 Million

SAIC (NYSE: SAI) claimed a contract from the U.S. Navy Program Executive Office to provide C4I in support of the Command and Control Program Office with tactical data link  engineering and technical support. The deal carries a maximum value of $42 million with a one-year base term and four one-year …

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BAE Systems to Create Laser Warning Sensors for Military Aircraft

BAE Systems picked up a $17.7 million contract from Alliant Techsystems to produce defensive laser warning sensors for military aircraft. The work is part of a larger effort by the Navy to improve and overhaul airborne protection for domestic and foreign allied fleets. “With more than 16, 000 systems delivered …

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SRA Creating Federal iPad, iPhone Security Offering

SRA (NYSE: SRX) will team with smartphone security firm M.A.D. Partners to create a “range of services” to protect and secure government iPhones and iPads. M.A.D has developed technologies that lock down iPhones and iPads that SRA will use to provide iPhone, iPad and Android operating system security for federal …

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Raytheon Wins Work on $30 Billion FBI IT Deal; VP TW Scott Shares Thoughts

Add Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) to the list of firms working with the FBI on the bureau’s massive $30 billion IT overhaul project. The firm is the latest to win work on the eight-year Information Technology Supplies and Support Services (IT Triple S) ID/IQ. The firm will bid on a broad …

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