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The Army is postponing its purchase of up to 10,000 broadband radios for up to three weeks due to a congressional approval requirement on the contract solicitation, Nextgov reports. The branch said it will begin purchasing Joint Tactical Radio System“™s Mid-Tier Networking Vehicular Radios in February to replace the halted $15 billion JTRS ground mobile […] More
Oceus Networks Inc. has won a $7,804,428 Navy contract modification to install communications equipment on ships and aircraft, the Defense Department announced Thursday. The Reston, Va.-based firm will install wireless maritime command and control communications systems on three Navy ships and one H-1 rotary helicopter. The company will also help the Navy test and evaluate […] More
NASA put three sections of its Goddard Space Flight Center software patents up for auction on March 29, Wired reports.  The space agency put software development patents, autonomic computing and autonomic safety systems patents up for grabs at the ICAP Ocean Tomo IP Auction. NASA sold the development patents for $75,000, according to Wired. The […] More
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions is on a SAIC Inc.-led winning team for a potential $22.5 million Navy contract to provide systems integration engineering, the company announced Thursday. The contract has three base years and a two-year option. The firms will provide command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence support services for the Space and Naval […] More
BAE Systems has opened a factory in the U.K. to make parts for Lockheed Martin’s F-35 fighter jets, TheEngineer.co.uk reports. The facility is located in Samlesbury, Lanchashire and is the second step of the company’s three-phase 150 million euro project. The facility has an elevated monorail system to pick up and move equipment and parts, […] More
CNSI won a $185 million contract develop and implement Louisiana’s new Medicaid management information system by the end of 2014, CNSI announced Thursday. The state selected the Gaithersburg, Md.-based information technology firm in June 2011 to replace the state“™s current system and fiscal agent operations. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services approved the contract […] More
In its 2011 winter issue, GovCon Exec Magazine published its annual list of government contracting executives and government officials who are poised to shape the industry in the upcoming year. Below, you’ll find the 12 members of the private sector who were awarded positions on the “15 to Watch in 2012”. For their public sector counterparts, check […] More
MAXIMUS has signed a workforce services agreement in Canada that has an estimated $63 million value over seven years. The company said the contract, with five base years and a two-year extension option, is part of the new employment program for British Columbia. MAXIMUS said it will provide employment services at three new employment services centers. MAXIMUS […] More
Harris Corp. has won a three-year $6 million contract under the Network-Centric Solutions vehicle to enhance a U.S. Air Force automated business services system, the company announced today. Harris won the award with the enterprise financial systems division the Air Force Program Executive Office for enterprise information systems. Harris will help integrate, enhance, maintain and sustain […] More
Soon after completing an advanced manufacturing center for tactical radios and assured communication systems in Rochester, N.Y., Harris Corp. has announced its intention to develop a $100 million high-tech advanced engineering center in Palm Bay, Fla. The company said the center is part of a modernization initiative to attract highly-skilled engineers and foster innovation. The center […] More
No doubt, this week is turning out to be a week of cloud. SAPPHIRE NOW, a SAP sponsored conference taking place this week in Madrid, has housed multiple announcements, mostly about SAP and its multiplicity of partners and solutions.  Among the announcements was that of SAP and its company Sybase, Inc. bringing out their next […] More
Alan B. Weakley is the recently appointed president of CSC“™s North American public sector defense group and is responsible for the strategic direction of the group“™s worldwide growth. Weakley recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz about the excitement surrounding both his recent appointment and the growing industry he“™s a part of. ExecutiveBiz: You were recently promoted to […] More
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