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Juniper Networks Highlights Green IT Initiatives in New Report

Juniper Networks has published its first annual Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability Report, titled “The New Network — Changing the World,” detailing the company’s efforts around green IT, employee and community engagement and sustainable business operations across the globe. “With continued resource depletion and the rising of greenhouse gas emissions, we …

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Dell Provides West Point Cadets with Technology, Storage Solutions

The United States Military Academy at West Point has chosen Dell to provide its 10th consecutive issue of personal-computing solutions to incoming cadets, continuing a relationship that underscores the tech company’s commitment to support learning in higher education through technology West Point’s Class of 2014 represents the 10th consecutive class …

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Wednesday Wins

This week, BAE Systems signed a contract with the FBI to provide critical information security safeguards, including certification and accreditation. General Dynamics won a $68 million contract to provide Abrams Tank systems technical support for the U.S. Army TACOM Lifecycle Management Command. Lockheed Martin picked up a $10 million contract …

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ICF Books $31.8M Deal to Provide IT, Support to NCTR

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has awarded ICF International a $31.8 million re-compete contract to provide IT and scientific support services to the National Center for Toxicological Research. The contract has a term of approximately five years, including four option years. ICF will support the NCTR center in Jefferson, …

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SRA to Sell Airport Operations Solutions Group to ITT

Today, SRA International announced it will sell its Airport Operations Solutions (AOS) group to ITT Corporation. AOS is known for its development of AirScene.com, a web-based application and database that ensures consistency of airport system data and manages revenue and operations for more than 50 U.S. airports. “The AOS group’s …

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SSA Awards Lockheed Martin $2.8 Billion ID/IQ Contract

Lockheed Martin will supply the Social Security Administration with IT support in a new $2.8 billion indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract. The contract calls for support in areas such as maintenance, database administration, imaging, and document management. Lockheed Martin started working with SSA in 1989 as part of the agency’s …

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Tuesday Tip Jar

This week, Rocky Thurston, vice president and general manager for Wyle Information Systems Civilian Programs Division, shared his advice about areas of opportunity for government partners: “With the current administration’s agenda, budget outlook, and market dynamics, I believe health IT, earth science, cloud computing, and cybersecurity are all growing, viable …

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GTEC Appoints Cormier New CFO, Executive VP

Global Defense Technology & Systems has appointed Joseph M. Cormier CFO and vice president. Current GTEC CFO James P. Allen will step into an advisory role as of Oct. 1. Allen commented: “Joe has quickly grown into the job, demonstrating a grasp of all of the key requirements of the …

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Joseph M. Cormier Named Executive VP & CFO of GTEC

Global Defense Technology & Systems today named Joseph M. Cormier as its new vice president and chief financial officer. Cormier, who joined GTEC earlier this year as finance senior vice president, will take over the new post as of Oct. 1. GTEC President and CEO John Hillen commented: “We are …

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Intelligent Decisions Kicks Off Knowledge Management Practice

Global systems integrator Intelligent Decisions has announced it will now offer Knowledge Management Services as part of its portfolio. ID’s KMS offer will include integrated legal and technology support for private businesses and government entities. The practice covers work such as enterprise content management, portal development, records management and more. …

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Monday Moves

This week, SAIC elected Lawrence C. Nussdorf to the firm’s board of directors. CSC appointed James Taylor to the position of vice president and global segment lead. Customer Value Partners named former Booz Allen Hamilton principal Mary Ellen Condon director of information protection solutions within CVP’s CIO Solutions Practice.

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Lawrence Nussdorf Joins SAIC Board of Directors

Lawrence Nussdorf has been elected to the SAIC board of directors, the company announced today. Nussdorf will be part of the Audit and Finance Committees for SAIC once his tenure begins Sept. 16. He is currently president and chief operating officer of real estate and investment firm Clark Enterprises, Inc. …

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CACI Awarded $19 Million Air Force Deal

CACI has won a $19 million, five-year contract to sustain and enhance the U.S. Air Force’s Job Order Cost Accounting System. Under the deal, CACI will enhance Job Order Cost Accounting System management’s financial tracking for major range and test facility bases and Air Force research laboratories. CACI will maintain …

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