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Raytheon, Monument Capital Team to Offer Saudi Clients Security Messaging Systems; Mike Booen Comments

Raytheon and Washington-based private equity firm Monument Capital Group are partnering to offer mass notification and non-lethal systems to customers based in Saudi Arabia. The companies said they are focusing their offerings on border, port, maritime and aviation security. Goals of the partnership include helping clients establish local operations for …

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CGI’s Donna Ryan Comments on $2.5B GSA Cloud Email Award

CGI Federal will compete in all five areas of a General Services Administration cloud computing email vehicle, potentially worth $2.5 billion to all awardees through blanket purchase agreements. The company announced Thursday it will compete to provide agencies cloud-based email, electronic records management, cloud-based office automation, migration services and integration …

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Carnegie Mellon R&D Center Gives CGI Health Unit Level 5 Rating; Donna Ryan Comments

A Carnegie Mellon University-run research and development center has given CGI Federal‘s health and compliance unit the highest rating possible for software development processes. CGI said the university’s federally-funded Software Engineering Institute gave the company a level five rating for establishing a culture of improving those processes. “For government clients …

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Northrop and KUKA Systems Sign Teaming Agreement for T-X Program Assembly Line; Marc Lindsley Comments

Northrop Grumman Corporation has signed an exclusive teaming agreement with KUKA Systems Corporation North America to help design the assembly line for the U.S. Air Force Trainer X program. Northrop and KUKA Systems have also worked together on Northrop’s F-35 Integrated Assembly Line in Palmdale, Calif. “KUKA Systems is a world-class …

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URS Corp. Gets IT Infrastructure Support Contract from FTC; Randy Wotring Comments

URS Corp. recently obtained a new contract to provide information technology services to the Federal Trade Commission, the company announced Thursday. Randy Wotring, URS Federal Services president, said the company will continue to support the FTC through the award which represents another strategic program in URS’ managed network services portfolio. …

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Northrop Grumman Plans to Export New Radar to Foreign Customers; Joe Ensor Comments

Northrop Grumman plans to offer foreign upgrade customers a new radar based on the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter’s APG-81 active electronically scanned array combined with Scalable Agile Beam Radar receiver, exciter and processors (REP), reported Dave Majumdar for Flighglobal.com on Tuesday. Patrick Antkowiak, vice president of the company’s …

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DISA, GSA Approve Boeing for SATCOM Services; Craig Crooning Comments

Boeing has received approval from the Defense Information Systems Agency and General Services Administration to provide government agencies satellite communications services, the company announced Wednesday. Through the Future COMSATCOM Services Acquisition program, the company will offer U.S. customers fixed and mobile transponded and subscription services. DRS Technical Services and Hughes …

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