Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 06/09/2015

Reports: Germany to Purchase MEADS Missile Defense System for $4B

Germany has placed a potential $4.5 billion order for the Medium Extended Air Defense System made by Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) and MBDA as part of efforts to update country’s missile defense system, Syracuse…
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CACI to Help Navy Engineer, Test Electro-Optical Sensors; Ken Asbury Comments

CACI International has received a $32 million task order to provide technical, engineering and logistics support services for the U.S. Navy‘s electro-optical sensors. The company will collaborate with the Naval Surface Warfare Center to test and evaluate multi-platform EO technologies, CACI said Tuesday
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Jacobs Awarded Engineering Support Extension for Nat’l Guard

Jacobs Engineering Group (NYSE: JEC) will continue to provide design and construction support services for the U.S. Army and Air National Guard under a potential five-year, $45 million task order. The company said Tuesday the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract covers construction and environmental documentation, research, surveys and other architectural design services through April 2020…
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Microsoft to Update Army And Air Force Exchange Service’s Point-of-Sale Systems

Microsoft has been selected to update the point-of-sale systems of the Army and Air Force Exchange Service. The company said Monday it would design and develop a fresh Dynamics AX POS service for the exchange service through August 2016…
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Mary Davie: New Labor Categories, Cyber Standards to Feature in Alliant 2 Vehicles

The General Services Administration has notified industry about the latest iterations of three contract vehicles for federal information technology products and service offerings. Mary Davie, assistant commissioner of the integrated technology service office at GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service, wrote in a blog post published Wednesday the agency has proposed new labor categories, cybersecurity and environmental standards and contracting requirements for the Alliant 2 and Alliant 2 Small Business contracts…
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Tony Scott: HTTPS to Become Standard on All Public Federal Websites, Services

Federal CIO Tony Scott has issued guidance for agencies to transition all public-facing federal websites and Web services to Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure by Dec. 31, 2016, in efforts to ensure a secure connection…
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