Tag Archives: Iraq

Gen. Paul Nakasone, NSA & Cybercom Head, Added to 2019 Wash100 for Leading U.S. Efforts in Cyberspace & Intellectual Property Protection

Executive Mosaic is happy to announce Gen. Paul Nakasone, commander of U.S. cyber command for the U.S. Army, has been selected to the 2019 edition of the Wash100 — Executive Mosaic’s annual selection of the most influential voices in the government contracting arena — for his cyberspace contributions and protecting U.S. intellectual property against the nations chipping away at U.S. advantages in cyberspace. This marks the third consecutive Wash100 award for Nakasone.

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Janus Disarms Explosives at Main Road in Iraq

Janus Global Operations has helped Iraq’s security forces clear a main road near Baghdad of approximately 400 pounds of improvised explosive devices buried across six sites. The company said Friday it used an unmanned aerial vehicle to locate the sites and demining experts worked to neutralize the IEDs discovered within a …

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Janus Global Performs Explosive Removal Efforts in Iraq to Retrieve Cancer Treatment Machines

Janus Global Operations has helped the Iraqi government retrieve four radiation treatment machines in a cancer hospital in Ramadi by clearing a 240-square-meter pathway of improvised explosive devices left by the Islamic State militant organization. The cancer hospital is one of the four health facilities at the Ramadi Medical Complex that …

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Janus to Provide Security for Malaysia-Based Int’l Company’s Oil Exploration in Central Iraq

Janus Global Operations will provide security and risk management services in support of a Malaysia-based international oil company’s central Iraq operations under a two-year contract. JGO said Wednesday it will assign 600 employees to perform contract work to support the customer’s personnel as part of oil exploration activities in central Iraq. Matt Kaye, …

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ManTech to Support Mine-Resistant Ambush Vehicles of Army, Foreign Military Clients

ManTech International has received a $44.9 million contract modification to provide logistics sustainment and support services for mine-resistant ambush vehicles of the U.S. Army, Egypt and Iraq. The Defense Department said Friday the full obligated amount at the time of award is from the Army’s fiscal 2017 operations and maintenance; “other” procurement; research, …

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