Tag Archives: state department

Engility Books State Dept. Logistics Training Support Order; Scott Whatmough Quoted

Engility will provide logistics training services to support the State Department’s Africa Peacekeeping Program under a $12.2M task order awarded through the AFRICAP III  contract vehicle. The task order covers operations, maintenance, quartermaster and technical training efforts in the Central African Republic, Engility said Monday. AFRICAP III, which the company secured a spot on last year, has …

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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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Thomas Afferton: Northrop to Help Update State Department’s Consular Systems Under $850M IDIQ

Thomas Afferton, vice president of civil solutions at Northrop Grumman, has said the company will help update legacy systems at the State Department‘s Bureau of Consular Affairs through a potential 10-year, $850 million contract. “We look forward to drawing on our deep experience in modernizing systems for defense, intel and civilian customers …

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State Department Intends Sole-Source Facial Recognition Software Contract Award to Idemia

The State Department plans to award a sole-source potential five-year contract for facial recognition software to Idemia. The contract for the Facial Recognition (FR) program will include a one-year base performance period and four one-year options, DoS said through a notice posted on June 5 on the Federal Business Opportunities website. Work …

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Executive Spotlight: Interview With Brian Baldrate, VP & General Counsel of International and Washington Operations at Raytheon

ExecutiveBiz talked with Brian Baldrate, vice president and general counsel of Raytheon’s international and Washington, D.C., operations, about his military background, views on international defense sales and where he sees room for greater public-private sector collaboration. “A lawyer’s job isn’t to simply weigh in on whether something is legal, but …

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