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GDIT Hiring 30 to Help FBI Run Computer Forensics; Marcus Collier Comments

General Dynamics will provide information technology services to the FBI to help the bureau operate its computer forensics networks, the company announced Wednesday. The company’s information technology unit won a potential five-year, $42.2 million task order under the bureau’s Information Technology Supplies and Support Services contract, a $30 billion vehicle awarded …

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CACI to Convert E-Documents for SEC; Dan Allen Comments

CACI International Inc. will provide electronic document discovery and computer forensics services to the Securities and Exchange Commission, the company announced Thursday. The Arlington, Va.-based firm received a $33 million task order contract through the General Services Administration’s Alliant vehicle, adding new work to what the company has provided the …

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Boeing Adds Australian Firms to Poseidon Supply Chain; Ian Thomas Comments

Boeing has contracted two Australian companies to manufacture parts and assemblies for a Boeing maritime surveillance plane, Boeing announced Tuesday. The company’s office of Australian industry capability identified Melbourne-based Lovitt Technologies Australia and Brisbane-based Ferra Engineering for entrance into the P-8A Poseidon supply chain. “Over the past four years, we …

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Intelligent Decisions Wins GSA Tablet BPA; Harry Martin Comments

Intelligent Decisions Inc. has won a blanket purchase agreement to provide computer tablets and accessories to federal agencies, the company announced Thursday. The General Services Administration awarded the BPA through its National Information Technology Commodity Program. President and CEO Harry Martin said GSA aims to provide government organizations with IT industry …

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Women Make Up 20% Of Lockheed Execs

More than 20 percent of Lockheed Martin‘s executive positions are filled by women, the Washington Business Journal reports. According to Jill Aitoro’s report, the total percentage of women employees is nearly 26 percent. Marilyn Hewson, current head of the electronic systems business, told Aitoro that CEO Bob Stevens has created …

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Indus To Mentor Arlington Firm In DOT Protege Pilot

Indus Corp. is the first mentor in a Transportation Department pilot program to help small business compete for and win prime contracts, DOT announced Friday. The Vienna, Va.-based federal information technology services provider will mentor Miracle Systems Inc., an Arlington, Va.-based IT systems and software applications firm. In the picture, …

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