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Janus Global Operations has identified and destroyed 1,246 landmines and other unexploded ordnance in support of the Iraqi-Kurdistan Mine Action Agency's demining project in Kurdistan, Iraq. JGO said Thursday its explosives detection teams under the Sterling Global Operations unit conducted the demining task in the Erbil, Duhok and Sulaymaniyah provinces of Kurdistan. The company added the […] More
Lou Addeo, former executive vice president of corporate development and strategic acquisitions at ManTech International, has been appointed to the advisory board at logistics services contractor Sterling Global Operations. Addeo will directly collaborate with Alan Weakley, president and chief operating officer of SGO, and will serve as an adviser on the company's growth initiatives, SGO […] More
Laura Jolley, a 12-year veteran at Sterling Global Operations, has been appointed as vice president of human resources at the Knoxville, Tenn.-based stability operations services provider. Jolley previously served as SGO recruiter, human resources generalist, human resources business partner, HR manager and director of human resources, the company said Monday. “As SGO has continued to […] More
Sterling Global Operations is seeking to grow its oil and gas, mine clearing and other work in Kurdistan and Iraq by expanding its Kurdish operations center and constructing a regional logistics hub. The new 200,000 sq ft logistics hub near Erbil, capital of the Kurdish region, will be used for equipment storage, employee training and vehicle maintenance services, the stability operations company said Wednesday. According to Alan […] More
Sterling Global Operations opened its Mauritania-based command center on Thursday to work with customers in the industrial, commercial, energy, banking and finance sectors. The center's opening featured a presentation on SGO services for local businesses and government officials, SGO said Thursday. “Our command center in Mauritania will provide integrated solutions for risk management, safety, logistics and expeditionary […] More
Stability operations contractor Sterling Global Operations (SGO) recently executed the site work of a two-year project funded by the United Arab Emirates that helped locate and destroy more than 11,000 unexploded bombs left over from wars in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan. The United Nations Mine Action Service administered the project in Kandahar, which borders Pakistan for […] More
Alan Weakley serves as president of CSC's North American public sector defense group. In this role, he leads the strategic direction, planning and execution of the group's worldwide presence. With more than 14,000 employees exceeding $3 billion in sales, the group supports all of CSC's Defense Department clients, NASA, the U.S. Postal Service and the Department of Energy. The defense […] More
Computer Sciences Corp. announced Monday it is one of seven awardees on a potential $900 million U.S. Navy contract to support C5ISR systems (command, control, communications, computers, combat systems, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance). Under the potential five-year contract, the company will compete for task orders to provide acquisition, installation and follow-on support to the Space and […] More
CSC has won a $34 million contract modification to upgrade a simulator-based flight and related aviation training device for the U.S. Army aviation center of excellence at Ft. Rucker, Ala. According to a company statement, CSC is tasked with upgrading the reconfigurable collective training devices to more closely simulate the block 2 model of the OH-58D […] More
Computer Sciences Corp. has won a potential $74 million task order to provide information management support to the U.S. Southern Command, the company announced Thursday. The company won the award during the first quarter of its fiscal year 2013 under the Information Technology Enterprise Solutions Services indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. Through the potential three-year order, the company […] More
Computer Sciences Corp. won a potential $33 million Missile Defense Agency task order to provide test management and policy development support to the MDA’s test directorate. CSC said the task order has one base year and an option year and was awarded during CSC’s third quarter of fiscal year 2012. CSC won the task order […] More
Computer Sciences Corp. has won a potential $38 million task order to provide systems engineering support for U.S. Navy electronic warfare programs. CSC said the task order was signed during the company's second quarter of fiscal year 2012 and has one base year and two option years. CSC won the order under a contract vehicle […] More
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