Posts from GovCon Daily for 07/08/2015

SRA Files to Go Public, Sets $100M Fundraising Target

The holding company of Fairfax, Va.-based government services contractor SRA International has filed a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering, SRA said in its filing with the SEC posted Wednesday…
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LGS CEO Kevin Kelly on His Outlook for Commercial Tech in Gov’t, the Defense Industrial Base and GovCon’s M&A Picture

  The April release of documents for a draft request for proposals on a future nationwide public safety communications network marked another step in the government’s push to further examine how it can make greater use of commercial technologies…
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Raytheon Hands Control, Surveillance System to Jordan’s Armed Forces; Dave Wajsgras Comments

Raytheon has turned over a command, control, communications and surveillance system to Jordanian armed forces under a $79 million contract with the Defense Threat Reduction Agency. The company will also design and test radars, electro-optical infrared cameras, communications, and command and control software as part of the C3S system, Raytheon said Wednesday…
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Bob Fecteau: Employee Collaboration Key to SAIC’s IT Workforce

Bob Fecteau, chief information officer of Science Applications International Corp., has discussed the company’s method to further build up its information technology team in an interview with Forbes published Tuesday…
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Boeing Unveils Singapore-Based Cyber Analytics Hub; Dewey Houck Comments

Boeing has opened a cyber analytics center in Singapore to with the goal of helping government, academic and business organizations to fight cybersecurity threats, Bernama reported Wednesday. The company also seeks to help its Asian partners to identify new methods and tools to protect information network systems through the center…
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