Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 04/16/2015

Billy Maynard to Join Health Net as Federal Services Group President

Billy Maynard, formerly a partner at professional services firm InfiniTek, will join Health Net on May 1 as president of the company’s federal services business unit. He succeeds Thomas Carrato, who will retire after three years in leadership of the unit, Health Net said Tuesday
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Serco’s US Arm Lands $187M in FAA Air Traffic Control Mgmt Contracts; Dan Allen Comments

The North American subsidiary of Serco Group has been awarded two contracts worth up to $187 million combined to help the Federal Aviation Administration carry out air traffic control work in 11 states across the U…
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SRA Closes Qbase Gov’t Services Asset Buy

SRA International has closed its purchase of a portion of Qbase‘s government services business for an undisclosed amount in a deal that sees more than 230 Qbase staffers join SRA. SRA announced the completion of the deal Thursday and said the acquisition is part of its push to grow in the healthcare, homeland security and law enforcement markets…
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CSC Sells Air Traffic Control Simulation Portfolio to Adacel

Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC) has sold its portfolio of NexSim air traffic control simulation products and service offerings to Adacel for an undisclosed sum. The transaction gives Adacel full rights to the NexSim technology and associated source codes, Adacel said Wednesday
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Accenture Awarded $966M to Extend Financial Aid System Services Work

Accenture‘s (NYSE: ACN) federal services subsidiary has been awarded a $966 million contract to continue its operations and maintenance services for the Education Department’s federal financial aid system…
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