Posts from GovConWire for 09/02/2015

3 Firms Win $84M US Navy Mechanical, Electrical Engineering IDIQ

AMSEC LLC, Life Cycle Engineering and URS (NYSE: URS) have won a combined $83,795,876 contract to perform mechanical and electrical engineering services for the U.S. Navy. Work under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract consists of analytical, logistics and technical support for Navy ships, the Defense Department said Tuesday
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ID Experts Wins $330M Federal Data Breach Recovery Services BPA

ID Experts, incorporated as Identity Theft Guard Solutions, has won a potential $329.8 million blanket purchase agreement to help protect the financial identities of 21.5 million people affected by an Office of Personnel Management cyber attack…
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US Navy Awards $99M Petroleum Systems Design IDIQ to 8 Firms

The U.S. Navy has awarded eight companies a $99 million combined contract to design petroleum, oils and lubricants systems for various Navy and Marine Corps installations worldwide. The contract is part of the Navy’s preparation of design-build request for proposals, cost estimates, planning documents, specifications, reports and evaluations of POL components, the Defense Department said Tuesday
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NASA Awards Engineering, Postdoctoral Research Contracts Worth $402M Total

NASA has awarded separate contracts potentially worth a combined $402 million for engineering services, postdoctoral research and systems engineering services to Trident Vantage Systems, the Universities Space Research Association and Alcyon Technical Services Joint Venture, respectively…
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September 1 Market Close: GovCon Index Plunges 3%, Traders Up Interest Rate Hike Odds

The GovCon Index tumbled 2.78 percent to 70.118 in a reflection of continued concern in U.S. markets Tuesday about a slowdown in China’s economy and potential effects on economies worldwide. All 30 stocks recorded declines Tuesday and the Index has approached correction territory for the second time in a week…
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