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The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded SRI International and Southwest Research Institute contracts to develop and design system prototypes to convert toxic chemicals into soil and other non-hazardous compounds. DARPA said Wednesday it made the awards under the agency’s Agnostic Compact Demilitarization of Chemical Agents initiative. ACDC aims to develop new transportable platforms that will work to neutralize […] More
Andy Strampach serves as vice president of business development for the global services group at Leidos, where he oversees the organization’s business pursuits, growth strategy and capture activities in the U.S. defense and intelligence markets. He joined the company in May 2015 after more than three years of work as a division vice president of BD and strategy at Parsons‘ […] More
Michael Cox, a vice president and engineering services sector manager for Parsons' government services business unit, has joined the National Defense Industrial Association's Tennessee Valley chapter board of directors. He was also named to the board of directors of the Chamber of Commerce's Huntsville/Madison County chapter in Alabama, Parsons said Thursday. Mary Ann Hopkins, a […] More
Parsons Group President Mary Ann Hopkins will deliver remarks at Syracuse University's commencement ceremony for graduating engineering and computer science students on Saturday. “I look forward to the opportunity to share with the engineers of tomorrow some of what I've learned in the last two decades and to encourage them to pursue their passion,“ she […] More
Jamey Barbas, a three-decade bridge design and management veteran, has joined engineering consulting contractor Louis Berger Group as senior vice president of the firm’s global practice for major structures. She has led inspection, design and construction work for New York City’s Williamsburg Bridge and served as bridge design manager for a public-private partnership project in Montreal, […] More
Day & Zimmermann has completed a land transfer deal with the U.S. Army for the company and nearly 130 employees to continue operating in Parsons, Kan. The purchase and sales agreement covers 4,112 acres of land and the company will be responsible for environmental cleanup on the property that includes the former Kansas Army Ammunition Plant, […] More
As the federal government ramps up spending on infrastructure, contracting firms have begun winning more transportation contracts for railways, roads and traffic analytics. This month saw a flurry of activity as Parsons, Serco, Siemens and KBR all won contracts to improve infrastructure in various areas around the U.S. ExecutiveBiz wrote about two contracts Parsons recently […] More
As the 2013 sequester continues to jeopardize the budget of the federal government, government contracting companies have sought out both international markets and state and local government contracts to replace federal contract revenue.  ExecutiveBiz is on the front lines of these contract stories, delving into the various companies, municipalities and work involved in each. In […] More
Day & Zimmermann and engineering company WorleyParsons Ltd. have forged a joint venture for a turnkey project intended to support the U.S. energy sector. Day & Zimmermann will integrate its engineering and maintenance group into WorleyParsons' portfolios to create a product suite for building electric utilities and power supply systems, Electric Lights & Power reported […] More
BAE Systems will appoint Ian Tyler as a non executive director in May, according to a Construction Enquirer article. Tyler, Balfour Beatty's CEO, will leave the firm at the end of March after the company warned of declining profits following more than a year of restructuring, Aaron Morby writes. “Ian's knowledge and deep understanding of long-term […] More
The Ethisphere Institute, a global think tank aimed at sharing best practices for business ethics and corporate social responsibility, has named several government contracting companies to its 2013 list of the “World’s Most Ethical Companies.” Ethisphere magazine, the institutes’ quarterly publication, publishes the rankings of companies’ standards and practices in both ethics and legal compliance. […] More
Technology and communications firm IPKeys is providing cybersecurity and information services for a team aiming to develop energy microgrids for federal agencies. This is the first phase of the Smart Power Infrastructure Demonstration for Energy Reliability and Security for the departments of Defense, Energy and Homeland Security, IPKeys said. Engineering and construction firm Burns & […] More
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