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MacAulay-Brown to Help AF Special Ops Command Process Intell

MacAulay-Brown has won a $30,913,181 contract modification to continue supporting the processing and disseminating of intelligence for the Air Force‘s Special Operations Command, the Defense Department said Monday. This modification exercises the first option year of the original contract. Work will occur in Hurlburt Field, Fla., home to the command’s …

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CSC to Provide Marine Corps Business Systems Software Engineering

Computer Sciences Corp. will provide the U.S. Marine Corps software engineering design and programming services for enterprise business systems. The Defense Department said the Marine Corps awarded the potential $26,769,058 contract on a sole-source basis to support the USMC technology services organization’s requirements. According to a FedBizOpps post, the contract includes …

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Richard Selvaggio, Kratos to Support International Radar Program

Kratos’ unmanned systems solutions division has been awarded up to $4.6 million in contracts for specialized equipment supporting the International Radar Program of an unnamed international customer. The company will design, produce and engineer the equipment in a manufacturing facility in the U.S. Richard Selvaggio, president of Kratos’ unmanned systems …

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Boeing Wins $67M to Support Air Force Telescope and Electro-Optical Systems; David DeYoung Comments

Boeing directed energy systems has won $67 million to continue providing engineering and scientific support to the Air Force research laboratory, according to Aerospace Manufacturing and Design. David DeYoung, Boeing laser technical services executive, said the company’s teams of engineers and scientists at a number of research sites have provided decades of …

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SAIC Design Team Places Third in SuperSkyScrapers Contest; Mauro Dallabattista Comments

Science Applications International Corporation design experts have won third place in a competition to design a hotel tower and sky garden space, according to a company statement. SAIC’s wholly owned subsidiary SAIC Energy, Environment & Infrastructure, LLC  sent the team to the competition. The company said in the release, “it was imaginative, maximized the …

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SAIC Wins $17M to Support Coast Guard Health Information System; Steve Comber Comments

Science Applications International Corp. has won a $17 million task order under the EAGLE Master Agreement to provide services and materials for operational support of the U.S. Coast Guard integrated health information system, according to a company statement. “We’re pleased to support a valued customer in the U.S. Coast Guard and Department …

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Accenture to Install Patient Record System in Nine U.K. Communities, Hospitals; Jim Burke Comments

Accenture has won a multi-million dollar contract from The Phoenix Partnership (TPP) to implement a patient administration system across nine community health systems and children’s hospitals for the National Health Services in southern England, according to an Accenture statement. “With the combination of TPP’s proven and reliable technology and Accenture’s implementation …

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