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Wednesday Wins

This week, Department of Defense awarded Lockheed Martin three contracts, and Raytheon and SAIC won deals from the same department. Raytheon and Northrop Grumman inked Air Force deals, and BAE Systems, L-3, Boeing, General Dynamics and ITT snagged Army contracts. BAE Systems won a U.S. Army contract valued at as …

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Thursday Transactions

This week in government contracting, Symantec announced its plans to acquire VeriSign for around $1.3 billion. BAE Systems looked to build its marine offerings with the acquisition of Atlantic Marine. Harris Corporation announced its plans to acquire SignaCert, Inc. to expand the company’s cyber capabilities. And Northrop Grumman teamed with …

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Wednesday Wins

This week, BAE, GD, Lockheed, NGC, SAIC and six other firms won pieces of a $6.6B SITE deal. BAE Systems won a $5.5 million contract from the U.S. Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command to manufacture 24 Patriot support vehicles for Taiwan, while Northrop Grumman was awarded a $186.6 million cost …

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T. Richard Stroupe Jr. of NCI

T. Richard Stroupe Jr. is the Senior Vice President and General Manager of NCI Information System’s, Inc. National Security Group. NSG, headquartered in Reston, Va., provides technological solutions and services to the U.S. Intelligence Community. NSG’s services include cyber security; analytics and enrichment; geospatial visualization; mission analysis; agile software development; …

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Daily Government Contracting Recap – April 12, 2010

Kathleen Sebelius commented on World Health Day. There’s a debate emerging over whether the cyber war threat has been “grossly exaggerated.” DynCorp is being bought by Cerberus Capital Management for $1.5 billion. BAE Systems, CACI and Booz Allen Hamilton won deals from Army. Northrop Grumman and Raytheon won Navy contracts. …

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Northrop Grumman CEO Ronald Sugar set to retire

Northrop Grumman has just announced that Chairman and Chief Executive Ronald Sugar, who’s been in his current role since 2003, will retire June 2010. Sugar will be replaced by Wesley Bush, 48, who joined the company in 1987 and currently serves as president and chief operating officer. Sugar is 61 …

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Top 10 Cyber Universities Named by The New New Internet

The New New Internet has published a list of the Top 10 Universities Preparing Future Cyber Security Professionals.  As the need for cybersecurity professionals swells, universities across the nation are helping to train the next generation of cyber professionals.  Each university on The New New Internet’s list is certified by …

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ExecutiveBiz’s first annual list: Top contracts execs to watch in government contracting

With the change in administration and push toward insourcing, every contract executive’s job just got a little tougher. Challenges abound: Faster turnaround time for proposals, tightening federal budgets, new compliance guidelines, plus increasing competition for talent and bids. Add to the mix contentious debate over the definition of “inherently governmental …

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