Posts from GovConWire for 09/20/2016

Logistics Health, MSLA Added to $6.8B VA Disability Exam Process Support Contract

Logistics Health and Medical Support Los Angeles: A Medical Corporation have won spots on a potential $6.8 billion contract vehicle to update the Department of Veterans Affairs‘ system for processing medical exam reports on former military personnel who seek disability claims benefits…
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5 Contractors Win Spots on Potential $900M Navy Incidental Construction Services IDIQ

The U.S. Navy has selected five companies to compete for short-term facility support orders under a potential eight-year, $900 million indefinite/delivery-indefinite quantity contract. The multiple-award contract has one base year and seven option years and contractors will provide incidental construction services in support of disaster relief missions,  humanitarian efforts, the full range of military operations and incumbent breaks in service at various facilities worldwide, the Defense Department said Monday…
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Army Picks 4 Firms for $238M Non-Standard Rotary Wing Aircraft Training Contract

Four companies have secured positions on a potential five-year, $238 million contract to provide training support services for the U.S. Army‘s project management office for non-standard rotary wing aircraft…
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InfoZen to Support DHS’ DevOps Integration Program Under $208M Deal; Raj Ananthanpillai Comments

Bethesda, Maryland-based information technology services provider InfoZen has secured a potential $208 million contract from the Department of Homeland Security to help DHS carry out its Support Platform Engineering and DevOps Integration program…
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L-3 Gets $166M Option on T-45 Maintenance Support Contract With Navy

The U.S. Navy has exercised a $166.3 million contract option for L-3 Communications  (NYSE: LLL) to perform maintenance and logistics work on approximately 200 T-45 Goshawk training jets. L-3’s Vertex Aerospace subsidiary will continue to provide sustaining engineering, supply and government property management and related parts and materials procurement services to support an estimated 320 aircraft launches a day at various naval air stations, the Defense Department said Monday…
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Air Force Christens Long Range Strike Bomber Aircraft ‘B-21 Raider’; Tom Vice Comments

The U.S. Air Force has assigned the name B-21 Raider to the long range strike bomber aircraft. Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James announced Monday the plane’s official name at the Air Force Association’s Air, Space and Cyber Conference in National Harbor, Maryland, the service branch said Monday…
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Lockheed Lands $147M DARPA Research Contract for Tactical Boost Glide Program

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has received a $147.3 million cost-sharing contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to conduct research as part of a prototype agreement for the Tactical Boost Glide program…
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Novetta to Develop System-of-Systems Architecture for DoD Insider Threat Mgmt & Analysis Center

Novetta has received potential four-year, $10 million contract to help develop and sustain a system-of-systems architecture at he Defense Security Service‘s Defense Insider Threat Management and Analysis Center…
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Contrack Watts to Renovate Aircraft Maintenance Hangar at Marine Corps Base in Hawaii

Contrack Watts has secured a $45.2 million firm-fixed-price contract from the U.S. Navy to update a historic landmark in the form of an aircraft maintenance hangar at Marine Corps Base Hawaii. The Defense Department said Monday the work on Hangar 101 will cover refurbishment of selected historical features including selective demolition, painting, doors, masonry walls, metal stud and gypsum, board walls, acoustical ceiling panels, interior finishes and alarm systems installation…
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September 19 Market Close: GovCon Index Lifts, US Stocks Mixed Ahead of Fed Policy Summit

Executive Mosaic’s GovCon Index rose Monday in an attempt to close above the 80-point barrier for the first time since Sept. 8 on gains by large defense primes and services-oriented companies. The GCI’s positive movement contrasted activity in U…
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