Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 11/03/2014

Ken Asbury: CACI to Continue Support for Army Night Vision Sensors R&D

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) will continue to help the U.S. Army research and develop sensor technologies for warfighters to identify threats at night under a two-year, $34 million contract. The company said Monday it will also provide systems engineering and program management support to the Army’s night vision and electronic sensors directorate based in Fort Belvoir, Virginia…
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Dan Batrack: Tetra Tech to Support USAID Infrastructure Work in Developing Countries

Tetra Tech (NASDAQ: TTEK) will work with the U.S. Agency for International Development on ideas for updates to the urban infrastructures of developing nations under a potential $650 million contract…
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CCSi-Led Team to Help VA Manage Health Registries

Creative Computing Solutions Inc. has been awarded a task order to help the Department of Veterans Affairs manage portfolios and programs for the VA’s health registries that the agency uses to track illnesses in veterans and their dependents…
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ICF to Help HHS Establish Child Welfare Center; Mike Torpy Comments

ICF International (NASDAQ: ICFI) has won a potential five-year, $78 million contract with the Department of Health and Human Services to help the agency establish a public child welfare center. HHS plans for the center to work as focal point for child welfare services and consultation services for state and territorial child welfare agencies, ICF said Monday
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Doug Maughan: DHS to Key 2015 Cyber Funding Awards on Forensics, Remote Access

Doug Maughan, director of the Department of Homeland Security science and technology directorate’s cybersecurity division, has said DHS will award $95 million in contracts during fiscal year 2015 to develop new cybersecurity technologies, Federal News Radio reported Friday
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Lt. Gen. Chris Bogdan Eyes F-35 Block Buy Deal with Allies

Lt. Gen. Chris Bogdan, head of the F-35 joint program office, plans to negotiate a block buy for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter with allied nations, Defense News reported Friday. Aaron Mehta writes Lockheed Martin is set to submit a proposal for F-35 low-rate initial production lots 9 and 10 sometime between January and February 2015 before the negotiation rounds begin…
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