Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 09/27/2016

Former Harris Exec Tony Azar Appointed Health SVP at CACI; Ken Asbury Comments

Antoine “Tony” Azar, formerly vice president and general manager of civilian and healthcare services at Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS), has joined CACI International (NYSE: CACI) as senior VP of health…
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Serco’s North American Arm Lands Potential $115M Canada Forces Base Contract; Dan Allen Comments

Serco Group‘s North American subsidiary will continue its site support services at a military base in Good Bay, Canada under a potential four-year, $115 million contract from the country’s public services and procurement agency…
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GSA, DOE Seek Info on Building Tech Platform Sources

The General Services Administration and Energy Department have started to seek information on potential industry sources that can provide building technology platforms designed to build up the environmental and economic performance of federal and commercial facilities…
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Army Orders Additional Oshkosh Joint Light Tactical Vehicles, Equipment

Oshkosh Corp.’s defense subsidiary has received a $42 million order to provide additional Joint Light Tactical Vehicles as well as installed and packaged kits to the U.S. Army. The order represents the third that the Army has placed with Oshkosh Defense under a potential $6…
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SAIC Receives Task Order for Future Air Force C2 Hub Technical Engineering & Installation Services

Science Applications International Corp. has secured a potential four-year, $47 million task order contract to provide technical engineering and installation services for a future U.S. Air Force command and control facility in Nebraska…
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Sanofi Pasteur Receives Potential $173.4M HHS Contract to Develop Inactivated Zika Vaccine

The Department of Health and Human Services has awarded a potential $173.6 million contract to Sanofi Pasteur for work to develop inactivated vaccine candidate that could help prevent Zika virus infection and associated birth defects…
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CMS, ONC Unveil Electronic Health Record Support Tool and Contracting Guide for Clinicians

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology have released an electronic health record support tool and EHR contracting guide to help clinicians assess their respective organizations’ requirements…
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Mikros Gets 1st Task Order Under Navy LCS Sensors Monitoring Tech Contract

The U.S. Navy has awarded Mikros Systems an initial $3 million task and delivery order to support the development, logistics and production of a condition-based maintenance technology for combat system sensors on Littoral Combat Ships…
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Report: DOT CTO Maria Roat to Join SBA as CIO

Maria Roat, Transportation Department chief technology officer, will join the Small Business Administration as chief information officer on Oct. 3, Nextgov reported Tuesday. Roat led DoT’s adoption of cloud computing, data management and enterprise technology approaches to support the department’s operations and service delivery…
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Capricor Receives DoD Grant to Develop Therapeutic Exosome Production Process

The Defense Department has awarded Capricor Therapeutics a $2.4 million grant to develop a process to produce cardiosphere-derived cell exosomes. Capricor said Monday it plans to file an investigational new drug application with the Food and Drug Administration in 2017 for the use of CAP-2003 to treat ocular graft-versus-host disease…
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Rolls Royce Vet David Smith Joins Qinetiq as CFO; Steve Wadey Comments

David Smith, chief financial officer and director at Rolls Royce, will join U.K.-based science and engineering company Qinetiq as CFO. Qinetiq said Tuesday Smith will succeed David Mellors, who is scheduled to leave QinetiQ on Dec…
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