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TYSONS CORNER, VA, Dec. 6, 2021 — Capgemini has completed its acquisition of VariQ and the Rockville, Maryland-based provider of information technology and cybersecurity services will operate under its U.S. business arm that offers services to federal agencies, GovCon Wire reported Thursday. Commenting on the VariQ stock purchase, Doug Lane, CEO of Capgemini Government Solutions […] More
IGen Networks has qualified as a preferred vendor under multiple award schedule contracts with the General Services Administration and the Department of Veterans Affairs. The cloud and internet of things company said Friday the new status will allow select local, state and federal governments to purchase its Medallion GPS platform for fleet management and maintenance […] More
The FBI’s National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force wants to identify sources of forensic and analysis services needed to help the agency investigate intrusions traceable via internet communications. The agency said Friday in a SAM.gov sources sought notice it needs trained analysts to review cyber intrusion information gathered from multiple sources such as FBI field […] More
Air Combat Command will host two separate Industry Information Exchange briefings on Jan. 12 at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada to discuss Long Range Kill Chain concepts. ACC expects the IIE events to help promote discussions on emerging technologies related to the command’s core functions among academia, industry and government organizations, according to a […] More
NASA has rescheduled the launch of the Department of Defense’s Space Test Program 3 mission for Tuesday due to repair work on a faulty ground storage system at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. Scrubbing the Monday liftoff of a United Launch Alliance Atlas V 551 rocket was intended to enable officials to verify fuel integrity […] More
A business accelerator as part of the U.S. Space Force’s SpaceWERX initiative has chosen from its 2021 cohort six winning pitches that are aimed at supporting U.S. efforts in space. Three startups and three university teams won a combined $100,000 in prize money to speed up their efforts in securing potential opportunities for space technology […] More
Systems Planning and Analysis has tapped former U.S. Marine Corps engineer Edwin Stewart to serve as director of the company’s Navy and Marine Corps initiatives. Stewart will develop and execute expansion strategies for SPA’s Navy, Marine Corps, NAVSEA and Warfare Center businesses in his new role, the Alexandria, Virginia-based company said Monday. Prior to joining SPA, […] More
The General Services Administration has called on eligible contractors to update their GSA Advantage order status. GSA said Thursday the Multiple Award Schedule Solicitation requires order status reporting. “Schedule contractors must use EDI, cXML or the GSA Advantage Purchase Order Portal to provide order status that enables ordering agencies to track the location of an […] More
Aaron Seib has rejoined NewWave as senior vice president of strategy and innovation following his stint as VP of innovation at OnyxHealth, a sister company of the Elkridge, Maryland-based services provider. The industry veteran with three decades of health information technology experience will oversee NewWave’s efforts to develop products and services based on fast health […] More
The Missile Defense Agency has awarded Lockheed Martin‘s rotary and mission systems business a $90.8 million contract modification for continued development and support work on Japan’s Aegis combat systems. The hybrid modification raises its corresponding foreign military sales contract’s value from $151.1 million to $242 million, the Department of Defense said Friday. Work under the […] More
Eric Axelbank, a retired U.S. Air Force colonel, has been promoted to the role of chief growth officer at Amyx, where he previously served as vice president of growth. In his new role, Axelbank will be responsible for the company’s market expansion in cybersecurity, eDiscovery, application modernization and other areas as well as in the company’s […] More
Chuck Hicks, chief operating officer and chief financial officer for NCI, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz for his latest Executive Spotlight interview regarding providing a look into the company’s accomplishments over a successful 2021, his top priorities as COO and CFO to foster partnerships and company growth through contract awards as well as the unrecognized challenges of technological […] More
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