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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
An Allied Technology Group-led team of companies holds a position on a potential $3 billion Department of Homeland Security contract for communications systems engineering and technical support services. The Silver Spring, Md.-based information technology provider won in the infrastructure services and operations and maintenance service areas of the Tactical Communications Equipment and Services contract. ATG’s […] More
Mike Foley, a former vice president and operations manager with SPARTA, Inc., a Parsons company, has joined Accuvant as a director for business development with responsibility for the federal public sector. Accuvant works to improve the cybersecurity postures of federal agencies against international threats and helps the government comply with related regulations. The company was founded […] More
William Britton is a vice president and general manager at SPARTA Inc., a Parsons company. SPARTA, a primary business unit of Parsons Corporation, provides customers worldwide with full-service engineering and management services in the defense, energy, environmental, infrastructure, security, and intelligence markets. According to the company, Britton leads the growth and development of a $150 million […] More
In each issue of GovConExec‘s magazine, government contracting executives sound off about issues facing both public and private sector organizations including big data, mobility and bring your own device to work, among others.  Top thought leaders caught up with GovConExec in the Spring 2012 issue on C4ISR and how it is affected by big data […] More
Kratos Defense and Security Solutions Inc.'s subsidiary Herley EW Simulation Technology won a $9.4 million contract to provide radar threat simulation products to a NATO member country. Kratos said Friday Herley will provide two RSS8000 simulators under the single-award contract. Prior to this award, Herley provided one system to the country for the country’s aircraft program. John […] More
Harris Corp.’s broadcast communications Quincy, Illinois-based operations has been recognized with the 2011 Governor’s Sustainability award, the company announced today. The company said it was one of 25 that received this award, which recognizes organizations that have demonstrated measures in protecting the environment, sustaining the future and improving the economy. The Quincy facility was also […] 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
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