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NASA has selected Super Micro Computer to help expand the capacity of computing and data analytics systems at the space agency’s Center for Climate Simulation. Supermicro said Monday it will provide a company-built Rack Scale platform that will offer 1.56 petaflops of additional computing capacity to NCCS. NCCS is located within the Computational and Information Sciences and Technology […] More
Elizabeth Ahrens, a 17-year health information technology professional, has been promoted to a new director position at Reston, Virginia-based management and technology services provider tiag to oversee health IT initiatives for federal government and commercial clients. She will direct mission-critical health IT programs and related projects, implement the firm’s strategic goals and manage work with the […] More
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has posted a draft request for proposals on a follow-on contract for systems integration services to NOAA’s Research and Development High Performance Computing and Communications infrastructure. NOAA said Friday in a FedBizOpps notice it aims to issue a final RFP in October and hold an Industry Day in Silver Spring, Maryland in […] More
KippsDeSanto has unveiled its list of what it calls the most notable merger and acquisition deals in the aerospace, defense and government technology sectors for the quarter ending June 30. Bob Kipps, an inductee into Executive Mosaic’s Wash100 for 2017, is co-founder and managing director of KippsDeSanto. The investment bank said its ranking of the M&A transactions […] More
CSRA has awarded Woolpert a subcontract to provide a geographic information system, remote sensing data and associated consulting services to the Environmental Protection Agency. Woolpert will perform GIS analysis, metadata generation, application development, help desk support and geospatial information collection services, the company said Thursday. CSRA’s SRA International subsidiary landed a potential five-year, $266 million contract in […] More
Computer Sciences Corp. has announced plans to set up a new office in Adelaide, South Australia, after it received a seven-year contract to provide desktop computers, tablets, laptops and other digital devices as well as end-user computing services to government agencies in the state. CSC will make a $5 million investment to establish the new office in […] More
A Govini report predicts competition for information technology contracts across the Defense Department and service branches to increase in 2017 as $210 billion worth of DoD contracts approach expiration in the coming year, Nextgov reported Wednesday. Frank Konkel writes the analytics firm also estimates bids for each expiring IT contract to increase to an average of […] More
The Intelligence and National Security Alliance has appointed executives from industry and academia to its boards of directors and advisers. The six new directors will oversee INSA's strategic planning and business operations, while the five new advisers will offer additional guidance for alliance-related activities, INSA said Wednesday. “These new board members have a deep understanding of […] More
WILLIAM “JIM” HAYNES EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, GENERAL COUNSEL & CORPORATE SECRETARY CSRA William “Jim“ Haynes is Executive Vice President, General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary of CSRA. Jim is responsible for overseeing CSRA's legal affairs, compliance matters and corporate governance. With more than 30 years of experience, Mr. Haynes has held a number of senior positions within […] More
The government contracting industry and its agency customers are both grappling with questions as to how they can keep pace with fast technology advancements as requirements and demands of users change with those trends. With the rapid development of new technologies, legal counsel is more important than ever. The general counsel executives in the government […] More
The Office of Personnel Management has chosen four companies to support employee background investigations of OPM’s current Federal Investigative Services organization and new National Background Investigations Bureau, which is scheduled to be operational in the first week of October. CACI‘s Premier Technology subsidiary, CSRA, Key Point Government Solutions and Securitas Critical Infrastructure Services submitted bids and won separate five-year […] More
A CSRA subsidiary has been awarded a $7.5 million contract to help the U.S. Air Force develop new approaches for analyses of the trust calibration process to facilitate human-machine collaborations, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Monday. John Keller writes SRA International will develop concepts to help aircraft pilots, intelligence analysts and maintenance technicians build trust with robots. The Air […] More
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