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Deloitte to Help Update Medicaid IT Systems in Four States

Deloitte has received contracts to provide a cloud-based enterprise information technology platform for the integration of new modules into the Medicaid systems being used in Montana, Ohio, Virginia and Wyoming. The company said Tuesday it will help state agencies implement the HealthInteractive Platform to address system modularity and interoperability requirements. The platform is …

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Barbara Humpton: Siemens Gets Army Contract Modification for Battle Tank Repair Facility Upgrades

Siemens has received a potential $37 million contract modification from the U.S. Army to carry out upgrades at the Lima, Ohio-based Joint Systems Manufacturing Center to help reduce the facility’s energy consumption. The Army Corps of Engineers made the award as a modification to a previously awarded contract in March worth approximately …

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Ball Aerospace Gets Air Force Weapon Cybersecurity Contract Modification

Ball Aerospace & Technologies has received a $47.9 million contract modification to develop tools, methods and techniques for the U.S. Air Force to identify and mitigate vulnerabilities in weapon systems. The Defense Department said Wednesday the company will provide research and development services intended to help the military branch secure weapons against cyber attacks. …

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Battelle-Funded Environmental Center Opens in Ohio

KIPP Columbus has unveiled a Battelle-sponsored environmental center in the academic institution’s Columbus, Ohio-based campus to offer afterschool and community education programs. The center is built through a $3 million grant the research and development company awarded in 2014, Battelle said Wednesday. KIPP is a network of free, open enrollment public schools that provides support to …

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Golden Svcs to Provide Protective Services to NASA Facilities in Ohio

NASA has awarded Golden Svcs a potential five-year, $33.4 million contract to help secure two facilities managed by the agency’s Glenn Research Center in Ohio. The company will support emergency and badge management, physical security and personnel security, medical first response, traffic and gate control, security incident and dispatch and patrol operations at GRC’s …

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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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KeyW to Develop RF Exploitation Tech for Air Force

KeyW has won a potential $23.9 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to research and develop radio frequency exploitation technology. The Defense Department said Tuesday KeyW will explore algorithmic approaches to help the military branch boost sensing and exploitation performance as well as detect, track, image and identify targets simultaneously …

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Technica Lands Task Order for Air Force Operation & Security Sustainment Services

Technica has secured an $8 million task order through the U.S. Air Force‘s Network-Centric Solutions-2 contract vehicle to help the service branch manage and sustain current operations. The Defense Department said Wednesday that Technica will also support the transition of the Air Force Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System Enterprise into a secure regionalized network …

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BAE to Support Navy Submarine Weapon Systems; DeEtte Gray Comments

BAE Systems Inc. will help the U.S. Navy engineer and integrate weapons systems on board the military branch’s submarines as part of a potential five-year, $368 million contract awarded in October. The company said Wednesday it will also provide test engineering, information technology support and specialized test equipment to the Navy’s Strategic Systems Programs …

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Wanda Gamble on Battelle’s Federal Health Analytics Collaborations & Agencies’ Precision Medicine Goals

Wanda Gamble oversees the health and analytics unit at Battelle as a vice president for the nonprofit science and research organization whose federal healthcare clients include the departments of Health and Human Services and Veterans Affairs, HHS components and the Military Health System. She joined Columbus, Ohio-headquartered Battelle in 2012 after three years at …

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GSA Picks Schooley Caldwell Associates, Hill International for $104M Courthouse Project

The General Services Administration has awarded contracts to Schooley Caldwell Associates and Hill International for a $104 million renovation and construction project on the Thomas W.L. Ashley U.S. Courthouse in Toledo, Ohio. GSA said Friday Schooley Caldwell Associates received an architect/engineer contract to provide design management and inspection services. Hill International will serve as GSA’s subject-matter …

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Doug O’Brien Named Executive VP for Programs at National Cooperative Business Association CLUSA; Judy Ziewacz Comments

Doug O’Brien, formerly senior adviser for rural affairs at the White House’s Domestic Policy Council, has joined the National Cooperative Business Association CLUSA International as executive vice president for programs, effective Nov. 1. Judy Ziewacz, president and CEO of NCBA CLUSA, said in a statement released Monday O’Brien’s experience in international …

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