Daily GovCon Recap – Feb. 26, 2010

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Mac Curtis, CEO of Vangent

A survey shows the US needs more cyber education.

Accenture has helped San Antonio get on the cyber bandwagon.

BAE’s sales were up over 21% in 2009.

Vangent’s Mac Curtis announced a healthcare partnership with Medsphere.

Raytheon landed an $866 million dollar GPS deal from the Air Force.

The FCC wants Congress to pay $18 billion to upgrade emergency responder communications.

The OPM is expanding its Federal Employee Viewpoint survey.

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