Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 05/04/2015

FAA Awards SAIC Potential $727M Air Traffic Control Training Services Contract

Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) has been awarded a potential five-year, $727 million contract to help the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration train new air traffic controllers. The company will provide program management, classroom and laboratory training, simulation, student performance monitoring, technology support and curriculum development, maintenance and revision services, SAIC said Monday
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Chuck Robbins Named Cisco CEO; John Chambers to Become Exec Chairman

Chuck Robbins, senior vice president of worldwide operations at Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO), has been appointed CEO of the company and joined the board of directors. He will succeed current Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers, who will take the role of executive chairman of the board on July 26, the company saidMonday
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GSA Unveils STARS II ‘Open Season’ Schedule for Small Businesses

The General Services Administration is seeking proposals from small businesses for the open season of the 8(a) Streamlined Technology Acquisition Resources for Services II contract during the option period from Aug…
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Sawdey Lands Air Force Advisory Services Contract Under OASIS

The U.S. Air Force has awarded Sawdey Solution Services a potential five-year, $51.9 million contract to provide advisory and assistance services to the military service’s agile combat support directorate…
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Lockheed Completes Systems Integration on 1st GPS III Satellite; Mark Stewart Comments

Lockheed Martin has integrated the first GPS III satellite’s system module with the propulsion core as part of the company’s program to deliver satellite navigation functions to the U.S…
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NASA Offers Grant Support for Small Business-Led Space Tech R&D Projects

NASA plans to award up to $47.7 million in contracts to fund aerospace technology projects led by teams of small technology companies and research institutes. The agency said Friday it chose a total of 381 proposals for the development of new systems to support its future missions to Mars and asteroids…
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