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This week, GTEC inked a $94 million deal with Navy, and Northrop and General Dynamics won two Army contracts. CF International won a re-compete five-year deal from the City and County of San Francisco, valued at $6.5 million. Booz Allen, Boeing, Lockheed penned Air Force contracts, and KBR won a task order to support U.S. […] More
This week saw Bill Bodie set up camp at Parsons, following his departure from KBR.  Bodie stepped down from his post at the Houston-based firm earlier this month. Also, Alan Tashima was selected by NJVC to helm the company’s Intelligence Community operations as a vice president. More
This week, GovCon Wire scooped Bill Bodie’s departure from KBR, effective May 14. Also, Arnold Punaro decided to move on from SAIC.  VSE’s Cliff Kendall replaced Donald Ervine as non-executive chairman. Calibre hired Tarak Modie to the CTO position and ManTech went with Matthew Candy to head-up corporate development More
Bill Bodie resigned from KBR. GSA Administrator Martha Johnson wants a carbon-neutral government. President Obama signed the Veterans Omnibus Health Services Act. This French cyber expert says he “lives in a world of nightmares.” Non-latin characters are coming to the internet as ICANN opens up its registration. Brunei needs better cybersecurity. Raytheon, Wyle and Alion […] More
Several major government contractors reported fiscal figures. In case you missed any, here’s a brief rundown: General Dynamics (NYSE:GD) reported first-quarter 2010 earnings from continuing operations of $599 million, or $1.54 per share on a fully diluted basis, compared with 2009 first-quarter earnings from continuing operations of $593 million, or $1.54 per share fully diluted. […] More
Good news for Northrop Grumman this week: the firm landed a $100 million BPA to go along with a $775 million CANES award from the Navy. SAIC turned heads with a $625 million software deal from the Navy and added a BPA through subsidiary R.W. Beck for good measure. Paul Cofoni chimed in on CACI’s […] More
KBR’s Bill Bodie commented on the firm’s $2.8 billion Iraq contract win. Northrop Grumman’s James Webb telescope reached a major milestone. New SBA rules mean more opportunities for women-owned small businesses. DARPA wants Apple iPhone and Google Android smartphone apps for military use. The GSA is rethinking its cloud strategy in response to negative feedback. […] More
Led by Honorary Chair Kay Kapoor, the Women’s Center will celebrate its 35th anniversary with many of the federal IT community’s most powerful members on Nov. 6. The anniversary celebration will take place at the Gannett Corporate Headquarters in McLean, Va. Since its inception, the Women’s Center has paved the way for women, children and […] More
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