Daily Government Contracting Recap – April 22, 2010

FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski

The FCC stepped into the cybersecurity arena this week.

The Indian Army needs to be better equipped to fight cyber attacks.

Qwest and CenturyLink finalized merge agreements.

Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin claimed DoD deals.

President Obama delivered a speech on Wall Street.

It’s Earth Day!

CIO Vivek Kundra wants better cybersecurity.

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Government Acquisitions Obtains SBA HUBZone Program Certification; Jay Lambke Quoted

Cincinnati, Ohio-based company Government Acquisitions Inc. has been accredited by the Small Business Administration under a program that seeks to provide economic benefits to government contractors from historically underutilized business zones.

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SpaceX Launches Satellite for Multinational Ocean Observation Effort

SpaceX has sent to space a satellite designed to monitor sea levels across the globe under a U.S.-U.K. partnership. The Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich satellite lifted off from Vandenberg Air Force Base on a mission to collect sea level data, support ship navigation and inform weather forecasts, NASA said Sunday.


KBR Gets $65M Navy Contract Modification for Base Support Services

KBR has received a one-year, $64.8M contract modification to carry out base operating support services at various U.S. Navy installations in Djibouti and Kenya.