Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 11/29/2016

Booz Allen Inks $250M Deal for Aquilent in Digital Business Growth Push

Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) has agreed to buy Laurel, Maryland-based digital services contractor Aquilent for approximately $250 million in a push to grow technology offerings, talent pipeline and citizen-focused digital services…
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State Dept Clears $200M Poland Request for Lockheed Air-to-Surface Missiles

The State Department has approved a potential $200 million foreign military sale of Lockheed Martin-built (NYSE: LMT) Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile Extended Range systems, equipment and training services to Poland…
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CACI Lands $79M Army Intell Systems Engineering Task Order; Ken Asbury Comments

The U.S. Army has awarded CACI International a three-year, $79 million task order to provide intelligence systems engineering support for the military branch’s intelligence and information warfare directorate…
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American Systems to Continue IT, Managed Hosting Support for FMS Enterprise Platform; Peter Smith Comments

American Systems has received a potential five-year, $36.6 million task order to continue to provide information technology and managed hosting support services for the Security Cooperation Enterprise Solution…
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ACT I Receives DHS Acquisition Support Task Order; Michael Niggel Comments

Advanced Concepts and Technologies International has received a three-year, $21 million task order to provide acquisition support services to the cybersecurity and communications office within the Department of Homeland Security‘s national programs and protection directorate…
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DARPA to Hold Proposers Day for Human-Machine System Design Program

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency will hold a Proposers Day on Dec. 7 via webcast to provide information on a program that seeks to explore mathematical methods for use in the development of human-machine teaming systems in support of the military’s national security missions…
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GSA Issues Building Systems Integration RFP for Kastenmeier Federal Courthouse in Wisconsin

The General Services Administration has begun to seek proposals for the integration of building systems in the Robert W. Kastenmeier Federal Courthouse onto GSA’s Building Systems Network. A selected contractor will install a fully-licensed Niagara N4 software; develop and integrate graphics based on the Niagara framework; and deliver software and associated licensing for a Niagara 4 Supervisor that would be applied to a GSA server, according to a FedBizOpps notice posted Nov…
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DHS Seeks Airport Facial Recognition Camera Sources

The Department of Homeland Security seeks to install facial recognition cameras in airports in a move to assess the information system that supports the Customs and Border Protection’s traveler exit protocol, Nextgov reported Monday…
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SAIC Launches Integrated Training Platform at I/ITSEC Conference in Orlando

Science Applications International Corp. has unveiled a training platform for SAIC professionals to analyze customers’ training needs and challenges as well as design, implement and assess training systems…
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General Atomics ‘Type-Certifiable’ Predator B Completes Maiden Test Flight; Linden Blue Comments

General Atomics’ aeronautical systems business has completed the first test flight of the type-certifiable variant of the company’s Predator B remotely piloted aircraft during a demonstration held in California…
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Army Taps Intergraph Government Solutions for Digital Records Mgmt Contract

Intergraph Government Solutions has received a potential three-year, $36 million contract from the U.S. Army to support the Army Records Management and Declassification Agency’s efforts to analyze, declassify and manage digital records…
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