Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 10/12/2016

Engility Vet Damian DiPippa Joins ManTech as Mission, Intell Solutions SVP

Damian DiPippa, a former vice president at Engility Corp. (NYSE: EGL), has joined ManTech International (Nasdaq: MANT) as senior VP and general manager of mission and intelligence solutions and will oversee efforts to augment the company’s managed service models…
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Report: Lockheed-MBDA-Leonardo Team Bids for Germany’s Medium Extended Air Defense System Program

A team composed of Lockheed Martin, MBDA Deutschland and Leonardo-Finmeccanica has submitted a final proposal to the government of Germany to compete for the development of the Medium Extended Air Defense System, Defense News reported Tuesday…
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VSE Lands $53M Maritime Support Oders Under Navy FMS Deal

VSE has secured $53.4 million in delivery orders to provide maritime program support for multiple U.S. allies as part of the company’s foreign military sales contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command…
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MHS Postpones Launch of New Defense EHR System to February; Stacy Cummings Comments

The Military Health System has rescheduled the implementation of a new $4.3 billion electronic health records system previously slated for launch in December due to compatibility and technical issues discovered during early tests, Military Times reported Tuesday…
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Lockheed-Built Air Force Satellite Takes New Mission With NSF’s South Pole Station

A Lockheed Martin-built legacy U.S. Air Force satellite has begun to provide communications services for the National Science Foundation‘s South Pole-based Amundsen-Scott Station. Lockheed said Tuesday the Defense Satellite Communications System III B7 replaced NSF’s decommissioned Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-3 in June to establish communication and data links between Amundsen-Scott Station and the U…
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Battelle, USAF Enter Cooperative Agreement for Aircraft Ice Protection Tech R&D

Battelle and the U.S. Air Force‘s Life Cycle Management Center will collaborate to build anti-icing technology for aircraft under a cooperative research-and-development agreement. The Air Force said Tuesday that Battelle is developing an ice protection technology with the use of a carbon nanotube dispersant as a resistive heater for anti-ice and de-ice purposes…
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Calibre COO Jeffrey Giangiuli Shifts to CFO Post

Jeffrey Giangiuli, former executive vice president and chief operations officer at Calibre Systems, has been promoted to senior EVP and chief financial officer at the Alexandria, Virginia-based government services contractor in a move that took effect Oct…
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John Allen, Michael Griffin, Samuel Locklear Named Senior Fellows at Johns Hopkins APL

The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has appointed Michael Griffin, chairman and CEO of Schafer Corp., as well as military veterans John Allen and Samuel Locklear as APL senior fellows…
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Tetra Tech to Support USAID’s Water Supply, Sanitation Efforts in Africa and Asia

Tetra Tech has secured a $29 million contract from the U.S. Agency for International Development to support development efforts on water supply, sanitation and hygiene systems across sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia…
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Lockheed, University of Nevada Form Space Exploration Partnership; Scott Jones Comments

The University of Nevada in Las Vegas has signed partnership agreement with Lockheed Martin to support space exploration projects such as NASA’s Orion program. Lockheed will allocate up to $5 million in space exploration-related task orders for UNLV’s Howard R…
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Leidos Subcontracts ATCC for NCI Biospecimen Repository Operations Support

ATCC has received a potential seven-year, $32 million subcontract from a Leidos subsidiary to manage a National Cancer Institute biospecimen repository in Frederick, Maryland. ATCC said Tuesday its team will store and distribute biospecimens to basic and clinical investigators who support cancer and infectious disease research efforts as well as manage operational costs and logistics at NCI’s Frederick Central Repository…
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SGI Co-Founder & Former DEA Officer Michael Braun Leaves Company

Michael Braun, SGI Global co-founder and managing partner, has left the company after eight years of service. SGI said Monday Braun has helped establish the company as a provider of international training, intelligence and logistic services…
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