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Parsons recently won a 2011 Maintenance Solutions Achievement Award for its work at its world headquarters in Pasadena, Calif. The awards program recognizes those who have accomplished standout results in four categories which include renovations and retrofit, sustainability, financial management, and personnel management. “This award validates our strong commitment to our core value of sustainability, […] More
SAIC has announced GeoRover Mobile, a program enabling the collection of geographic information system data in the field with or without network connectivity, in addition to traditional capabilities. GeoRover Mobile can be used to collect and edit field data for use by environmental, utility, law enforcement, education, land management, forestry, and government and defense applications. […] More
John Hyten, a retired U.S. Air Force general and former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was named to the advisory board of C3 AI, where he will help advance the delivery of the company’s enterprise artificial intelligence software to defense and intelligence customers. C3 AI said Tuesday Hyten, a two-time Wash100 Award […] More
NASA has chosen Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory to develop a gamma-ray and neutron spectrometer in support of Japan“™s mission to two Martian moons. JHUAPL said Friday it will work with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency to build the MEGANE instrument for the Martian Moons eXploration mission that is set to launch in 2024. […] More
Bill Thomas, KPMG LLP CEO in Canada, has been appointed chairman of the board of KPMG’s Americas region that includes the U.S., Canada, Central and South America and Israel. Thomas will continue with his role as chief executive of KPMG’s operations in Canada, the company announced Tuesday. He will succeed John Veihmeyer, who was promoted […] More
BAE Systems plc has partnered with the U.K. government for an eight-year, $500 million project to upgrade a shipyard in northwest England that is home to construction of nuclear submarines, Bloomberg reported Thursday. Thomas Penny writes the project involves extending the Devonshire Dock Hall facility, construction two new buildings and refurbishing other buildings such as a […] More
The Intelligence and National Security Alliance has named five new members to its board of directors and an additional four members to its board of advisors for the 2014 term. The appointees, who come from government, industry and academia, will serve with INSA board chairman John Negroponte and other current board members, INSA announced Monday. […] More
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