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Planned Systems International has secured a $91.7 million recompete contract to continue operating, maintaining and developing the command and control mission systems of the U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command. The single-award task order will extend PSI’s technical services in support of AFSOC’s mission and priorities including content management, cloud migration as well as research, development, […] More
ExecutiveBiz talked with Brian Baldrate, vice president and general counsel of Raytheon“™s international and Washington, D.C., operations, about his military background, views on international defense sales and where he sees room for greater public-private sector collaboration. “A lawyer“™s job isn“™t to simply weigh in on whether something is legal, but to act as a trusted […] More
Enterprise Resource Planned System International, a joint venture of Planned Systems International and ERP International, has secured a potential $45 million contract for agile development support to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. PSI said Monday it will assemble five teams to support modernization of USCIS information technology systems via an agile environment. The contract was awarded through the Department […] More
Enterprise Resource Planned Systems International has won a $7.7 million task order from the Defense Health Agency to maintain and operate the electronic commerce program of DHA. The order contains one base year, four option years and an 11-day transition period that will run through Sept. 27, the Defense Department said Monday. ERP International will also support DHA’s efforts to procure, manage and […] More
Boeing has built devices that NASA intends to use to prepare four astronauts for a planned 2017 manned flight test of the company-built CST-100 Starliner spacecraft. The company said Thursday it offered astronauts Bob Behnken and Eric Boe a trial run of training equipment designed for management of CST-100 switches and display panels. “We have been learning about the spacecraft displays through […] More
General Atomics will establish a U.S.-based training center for foreign drone pilots from allied countries as part of efforts to meet the international demand for drone operators, Military.com reported Thursday. Brendan McGarry writes that Christopher Ames, director of international strategic development for the company’s aeronautical systems business, indicated the plan also seeks to address a “training bottleneck” […] More

Planned Systems International has established a new Valparaiso, Florida-based collaborative facility where the company plans to offer hands-on prototype production, engineering, agile software development and cloud services. The company said Thursday the PSI Innovation Facility will house 3D printing and traditional fabrication technologies to help partners and customers learn about and develop prototypes.

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Alan Constantian, former deputy chief information officer for account management at the Department of Veterans Affairs, has been appointed to serve as strategic adviser to Planned Systems International‘s executive team. He has gained experience in health care IT, services, policy and insurance operations during his more than three decades of government service, PSI said Monday. […] More
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