Tag Archives: North Carolina

Siemens’ Federal Arm Starts Solar Farm Project in North Carolina; Sam Lewis Comments

Executives from Siemens’ U.S. federal subsidiary and tribal leaders conducted a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday to begin construction work on a solar farm at Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino in Murphy, N.C., the Cherokee One Feather reported Friday. “Siemens is really pleased at the opportunity to bring tribal and federal resources …

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LMI Gets Marine Infrastructure Support Contract Modification

LMI has received potential five-year, $46 million contract modification that covers facility planning, services data management and geospatial information support for the U.S. Marine Corps‘ Infrastructure Reset Strategy. The modification contains a one-year base period worth $12.3 million and work could extend through Oct. 22, 2022 if all options are exercised, LMI said …

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CACI Gets Air Force Contract for Software Modification & Configuration

CACI International has received a $15 million contract to modify and configure new commercial software in support of the U.S. Air Force‘s NexGen IT information technology modernization program. The Defense Department said Thursday CACI will perform contract work in Florida, Ohio, Texas, North Carolina and New Jersey through March 12, 2019. The Air Force Life …

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Serco Inc. to Help DLA Manage Hazardous Materials Under $101M Contract; Dan Allen Comments

Serco Group‘s North American subsidiary will perform supply chain management support for hazardous materials under a potential five-year, $101.5 million contract the Defense Logistics Agency awarded in May. Serco Inc. will assist DLA’s distribution unit in planning, forecasting, data management, procurement, inventory, storage management and environmental reporting efforts related to hazardous waste disposal, the company said Monday. Dan Allen, Serco …

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Shengmin Sang Wins SoBran ‘Innovation for Impact’ Prize; Greg Kelly Comments

A lead scientist at the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s Center for Excellence in Post-Harvest Technologies, has claimed the grand prize of a research competition sponsored by SoBran‘s bioscience division and the North Carolina Biotechnology Center’s Piedmont Triad Office. Shengmin Sang will receive up to $10,000 in research funds and an additional $1,000 …

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Airbus Subsidiary’s Imagery Streaming Tool Supports North Carolina Emergency Response Efforts

An Airbus subsidiary has been selected to provide its imagery streaming tool to North Carolina in support of the state’s emergency response efforts following Hurricane Matthew. The company said Wednesday its defense and space unit’s i-cubed subsidiary will also employ its Geospatial Appliance Targeted for Operational Response device to help deliver six-inch orthorectified images …

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Intergraph Software for Emergency, Incident Mgmt Gets Approval for Deployment at 13 Marine Corps Bases

Intergraph Government Solutions’ software platform will be deployed across 13 U.S. Marine Corps installations worldwide after the platform received milestone C and full deployment approval under the defense acquisition system. IGS said Thursday the deployment approval for Intergraph Computer-Aided Dispatch was based on the software tool’s live operation and testing conducted …

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NetApp Opens New R&D Lab in NC’s Research Triangle Park; Rich Clifton Comments

NetApp has opened a 155,000-square-foot research and development laboratory in North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park to host the development and testing of NetApp’s storage and data management producs. Rich Clifton, NetApp’s executive vice president of customer success operations, said Friday. that the company opened the laboratory to function as a “global backbone …

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IBM Provides Big Data Analytics Tool to Healthcare Org; Craig Rhinehart Comments

IBM has supplied a North Carolina-based nonprofit healthcare organization with an analytics platform to manage and interpret structured and unstructured medical data. UNC Health Care uses IBM Smarter Care technology to access registration forms, discharge summaries, physician notes and other documents that can help clinicians gain insight into factors affecting …

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HP to Donate $300K Worth of Tech Equipment to North Carolina Schools; Melissa Robinson Comments

Hewlett Packard will donate $300,000 of technology equipment to support North Carolina’s public education system, according to a company statement. “HP is dedicated to promoting education through technology and helping students achieve their goals,” said Melissa Robinson, HP Enterprise Services account executive based in Raleigh. “We welcome the opportunity to help educate …

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