Tag Archives: U.S. Navy

Metalogix Appoints Charlie Hopkins, Gary Herman to Senior Public Sector Sales Roles

Metalogix has appointed Charlie Hopkins — former account manager at IBM‘s federal software group — as federal civilian sales director and Gary Herman — a senior director of sales and business development at WORX Technologies — as senior partner account manager. The Washington-headquartered cloud management software provider said Tuesday Hopkins and Herman will support Metalogix’ …

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Aarish Gokaldas: OGSystems to Offer Engineering, Analytics Support Through Navy’s SeaPort-e Vehicle

OGSystems will vie for task orders to provide research and development, engineering, prototyping and logistics services to the U.S. Navy under the service branch’s SeaPort Enhanced contract. The company said Thursday the SeaPort-e program has an ordering period of three years and designed to support 22 functional service areas at the Navy. Aarish Gokaldas, executive partner and market …

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Barbara Humpton: Siemens Govt Technologies to Provide Fire Protection Services Under NAVFAC Contract

Siemens‘ federal subsidiary Siemens Government Technologies seeks to help the Naval Facilities Engineering Command design, install and repair fire protection systems at various U.S. Navy installations under a $49 million contract the service branch awarded in May. SGT said Wednesday it is eligible to bid on task orders to deliver fire suppression systems, water supplies, low and …

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Leidos Announces Disruptive Tech Essay Contest Winners

Leidos has awarded $10,000 in cash prizes to the winners of an essay writing contest that focused on emerging and disruptive technologies. Sean Cate and Jesse Sloman took first place in the competition, U.S. Navy Commander Timothy McGeehan and retired Commander Douglas Wahl won second place and Navy Lt. (junior grade) Michael Haydell …

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Oceaneering CEO Kevin McEvoy Joins Emcor’s Board of Directors; Stephen Bershad Comments

Kevin McEvoy, CEO of deep water energy and engineering services provider Oceaneering International, has joined the board of directors of Emcor Group. McEvoy was elected to the board at Emcors’ annual meeting of stockholders, the company said Thursday. He is also the chairman of the National Ocean Industry Association, director of the Petroleum Equipment Suppliers’ …

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Parsons to Provide R&D, Engineering Support Under Naval Research Lab IDIQ Contract; Mary Ann Hopkins Comments

Parsons will provide engineering services as well as research and development support to the Naval Research Laboratory’s information technology division under a potential five-year, $245 million contract awarded by the U.S. Navy in May. The company said Tuesday it will work to support NRL-ITD across seven research areas that include artificial intelligence, data …

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Lockheed to Integrate Long-Range Anti-Ship Missile Into Navy, AF Aircraft for Continued Tests

Lockheed Martin will integrate the Long-Range Anti-Ship Missile into the U.S. Air Force‘s B-1B and U.S. Navy‘s F/A-18E/F aircraft under the $321.8 million sole-source contract awarded earlier this month. The company said Thursday the Air Force has set LRASM to start operations in 2018 with the Navy scheduled in 2019. The contract also funds continued testing on LRASM, a precision-guided anti-ship …

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Ryan Norris Named Strategic Planning, BD Director for Huntington Ingalls’ AMSEC Arm

Ryan Norris, a 12-year veteran of Huntington Ingalls Industries, has been appointed director of strategic planning and business development at the company’s marine engineering and naval architecture services subsidiary AMSEC. He will report to AMSEC President Harris Leonard and oversee the organization’s strategic planning, BD, capture, proposal and marketing functions in his new position, HII said …

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CTC Foundation to Support Wings For Val Foundation in Challenge Coin Project

Concurrent Technologies Corp. affiliate CTC Foundation will work with the Wings for Val Foundation to create “smart” challenge coins to encourage students to complete acts of service in honor of fallen servicemen and women. CTC Foundation said Tuesday it has provided funds for the challenge coin project to help Wings for Val develop a system where coins are linked to individual webpages …

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The Spectrum Group Adds Retired Military Officers Lou Crenshaw, David Huntoon to Consulting Team

Lou Crenshaw and David Huntoon, both retired senior officers from the U.S. Navy and U.S. Army respectively, have joined The Spectrum Group. Crenshaw will bring his experience in federal financial management as well as in budgeting, planning and execution for the Defense Department to the Alexandria, Va.-based consulting firm, TSG said Friday. Crenshaw, a 32-year Navy …

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