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CEO Brad Feldmann Details Cubic’s C4ISR Push, Defense Business Investments

In a one-year span that featured announcements of three acquisitions, Cubic Corp. unveiled a nearly $400 million bet that the C4ISR market will spur long-term growth in the San Diego-based contractor’s global defense business that represents roughly 60 percent of its estimated $1.5 billion in revenue. Cubic made its first move of that C4ISR expansion effort in December 2014 …

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Executive Mosaic’s Top 10 GovCon Executive Recruiters for 2016

  The government contracting industry experienced a robust period of mergers and acquisitions that reshaped its composition in 2015 and continued executive transitions between companies. As companies merge and new identities enter the market, some businesses face a challenge to fill vacant leadership positions. From time to time, GovCon firms …

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Govini's Eric Gillespie Cites Impact of Consolidations on GovCon Services Market in 2015

Eric Gillespie, founder and CEO of Govini, has cited recent consolidations and acquisitions that made an impact on the federal services contracting market in 2015. Gillespie wrote in an article published Tuesday on GovExec that the formation of CSRA through the merger of Computer Sciences Corp.'s U.S. public sector business with SRA International resulted …

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Executive Profile: Alan Murdoch, Avaya Government Segment Leadership Group VP

Alan Murdoch serves as vice president of the government segment leadership group at Avaya and leads a cross-functional, decision-making team chartered to help execute programs. Prior to Avaya, Murdoch was deputy general manager of global solutions and Middle East VP for L-3 Communications‘ national security solutions segment after he served as a VP …

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Tony Smeraglinolo, John Hynes on Engility’s Post-TASC Deal Outlook & GovCon Services Consolidation

The government services market started to get a glimpse of what would eventually become an ongoing landscape shift in October 2014 when Engility Holdings announced its $1.3 billion acquisition of fellow Chantilly, Va.-based contractor TASC, a deal which closed in February 2015. Since the TASC deal was announced, companies in …

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Executive Profile: Arnold Morse, CNSI SVP, Chief Compliance Officer & General Counsel

Arnold Morse serves as senior vice president, general counsel and chief compliance officer at information technology services contractor Client Network Services Inc. Morse oversees CNSI’s legal department and contracting operations, as well as the sale of IT and healthcare services to federal government customers. Prior to CNSI, Morse worked for more …

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Research and Markets: North America, APAC to Dominate Global Markets for Military Radar, Satellites, C4ISR Systems Through 2025

New Research and Markets reports predict Asia-Pacific and North America to dominate the global markets for military radar, satellites and command, control, computers, communications, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance platforms over the next decade. Research and Markets said Monday spending on military radar tools in North America and Asia Pacific will account …

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David Wennergren: Agencies Need IT-Savvy Acquisition Personnel

David Wennergren, senior vice president of technology at the Professional Services Council, believes government agencies need what he called information technology-savvy acquisition professionals to achieve their goals, FCW reported Friday. Wennergren said the government lacks enough federal technology professionals to perform IT development works at present, Sean Lyngaas and Mark …

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UMUC to Honor John Hamre, Steven Shirley at Cyber Gala

The University of Maryland University College will honor John Hamre and Steven Shirley at a cyber event for their contributions to the field of cybersecurity. UMUC said Friday that Hamre, president and CEO of the Center for Strategic and International Studies and former defense deputy secretary, will receive the Pioneer …

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Deb Dunie, Thomas O’Toole Join Alliant Energy’s Board; Patricia Kampling Comments

Deborah “Deb” Dunie and Thomas O’Toole, formerly executives at CACI International and United Continental Holdings respectively, have joined the board and directors at Alliant Energy as directors. Alliant said July 27 Dunie will serve on the compensation and personnel committee and the safety, environmental, policy and operations committee. O’Toole will be part of …

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Bluestone Capital Partners: Valuation Gap Narrows for Commercial Aerospace, Defense Firms

The gap between the market values of commercial aerospace and defense and government services companies narrowed during 2015’s second quarter, according to a Bluestone Capital Partners report. The investment banking firm said it found the number of government services transactions rose 28 percent year-to-date and an improvement in public company …

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