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CCSi To Help DHS Manage, Secure Enterprise IT Systems; Naren Bewtra Comments

Creative Computing Solutions Inc. has won a $6,569,321.60 contract to help the Department of Homeland Security manage information technology systems within the department’s enterprise development systems office. CCSi won the contract through the General Services Administration‘s Schedule IT 70 vehicle, covering information technology and telecommunications products and services for government …

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In-Q-Tel Aiming To Help Bring DNA Testing Semiconductor To Market; David Medin, Sid Ulvick Comment

In-Q-Tel has entered into a strategic partnership and technology development agreement with BioNEMS Corp. aimed at helping commercialize rapid handheld DNA testing technology. Bio-NEMS is developing systems intended to directly analyze DNA on the surface of a semiconductor device in five minutes or less by using a battery-powered device, In-Q-Tel …

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Contract Profile: Aware Inc. to Provide Border Security Sofware for Governments Around the World

Aware Inc. will provide biometrics software and services for three border management systems located in Europe, the Middle East and North America, according to a company statement. In all three cases, Aware is subcontracted to provide COTS software development kits, configurable applications and software engineering services to prime contractors. “These recent project wins …

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Grant Thornton Appoints Edward Kleinguetl, Traci Twardowski to the Transaction Advisory Services Practice

Grant Thornton has announced Edward Kleinguetl and Traci Twardowski have joined the company’s transaction advisory services practice as managing director and director, respectively. Kleinguetl and Twardowski, both members of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, will be part of the national energy TAS team. “Ed’s integration consulting expertise will …

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Dan Allen: CACI Expanding DHS Support Through $11B IDIQ

CACI International will compete to provide acquisition support services to the Department of Homeland Security under a potential $11 billion contract. The company won its position under the contract’s program management, engineering and technology support services domain and will compete to help DHS plan and administer programs and projects, the …

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QTS Continues Data Center Expansion Into Dallas

Data center provider and operator Quality Technology Services has acquired a semiconductor plant in Dallas and plans to turn it into a 700,000-square foot data center. The company intends for this future center to complement its recent acquisition of the Herakles data center in California, the company said Friday. According …

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BAE Wins Aircraft Spares Support Contract; Sean McGovern Comments

BAE Systems‘ regional aircraft business has won a new contract to provide rate-per-flying-hour aircraft spares support services to U.K.-based Eastern Airways. BAE will provide three years of spares inventory, logistics and repairs for the airline’s 16 Prestwick-built Jetstream 41 turboprop airliners, the company said Thursday. Eastern Airways will use the services …

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Lockheed Hiring CEO for New Canadian Office

Lockheed Martin Corp. has opened a new corporate office in Ottawa to better serve the company’s Canadian partners and customers. According to a company statement, the new corporate presence will help strengthen customer relationships as the company develops domestic and international opportunities meant to create value for the company’s Canadian …

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Raytheon Presenting Test Range, Language Tech At Abu Dhabi Forum; Matt Riddle Comments

Raytheon will present three new sensing and effects technology offerings at an upcoming international defense industry forum in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The International Defence Exhibition and Conference trade show, scheduled for Feb. 17 through 21, will also feature Raytheon technologies in mission support and C3I (command, control, computers …

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