Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 10/04/2017

Celeste Gushee Promoted to Business Mgmt SVP at Comprehensive Health Services

Celeste Gushee, formerly vice president of business development at Comprehensive Health Services, has been promoted to senior VP of business management at the Cape Canaveral, Florida-based medical services contractor CHS said Sunday she will report directly to President and CEO Gary Palmer and oversee financial analysis, pricing, billing, contracts and subcontracts, procurement, logistics and warehousing functions in her new role…
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Compusearch Targets Federal Procurement Support Expansion With FedBid Buy

Dulles, Virginia-based contract management software company Compusearch has reverse auction services provider FedBid in a push to expand support for federal customers’ procurement processes. FedBid will maintain operations under its own brand and serve as the reverse auction provider within Compusearch’s PRISM suite of contract writing platforms, Compusearch said Tuesday…
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Robert Work Named Johns Hopkins APL Senior Fellow

Robert Work, a 27-year U.S. Marine Corps veteran and former deputy secretary of the Defense Department, has been named a senior fellow at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. He will work with other APL senior fellows and technical professionals in efforts to help inform policy and technology decisions issued by U…
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IDC Ranks Unisys Among Top Federal IT Vendors; PV Puvvada Comments

An IDC Government Insights report has designated Unisys as one of the top information technology enterprise companies that serve the U.S. federal government. Unisys said Wednesday it ranked eighth in the 2017 IDC Federal IT Rankings based on the company’s revenues from government IT products and services…
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DOE Taps Leidos to Support National Surveys on Commercial Building Energy Consumption

Leidos has received a four-year, $25 million task order from the Energy Department to support two national surveys on energy consumption in commercial buildings across U.S. The company said Tuesday it will lead program management, project control and risk management of the 2018 Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey and 2018 Commercial Buildings Energy Supplier Survey…
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UK to Unveil $1.3B Maintenance, Support Framework for British Navy Warship Fleet

Michael Fallon, U.K. defense minister, will introduce a potential $1.33 billion framework to provide support services and maintain the British navy’s fleet of aircraft carriers, amphibious ships, frigates and other warships…
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Rebecca Singhavong, VP of Finance at ViON Corp., Advisory Board member at ‘Our Military Kids’ non-profit organization

“When a parent’s deployment or battle injury brings stress to a child, it’s amazing what simple activities–like ballet or baseball-can do. Help us engage them, encourage them…empower them…
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ExecutiveBiz Announces the Top Ten GovCon Executive Recruiters Awards for 2017

                                 ExecutiveBiz is pleased to announce it’s fourth annual award recognizing the Top 10 GovCon Executive Recruiters. Over the past year the government contracting community has seen significant activity in mergers and acquisitions, and executive movement; both of which can lead to a need for filling vacant executive leadership positions…
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IBM, Oracle Vet Steve McMillan to Join F5’s EVP Ranks

Steve McMillan, formerly senior vice president of Oracle‘s (NYSE: ORCL) customer success and managed cloud services business, has been appointed to serve as executive VP of global services business at F5 Networks (Nasdaq: FFIV)…
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Insitu-Esri Team Demos UAV Platform in Firefighting Mission

Boeing‘s Insitu subsidiary has teamed up with Esri to conduct test flights on an unmanned aerial vehicle technology which will use geographic information system technologies to aid firefighting missions…
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CSRA Subsidiary Lands 5-Year EPA Analytics, Engineering Support Extension

A CSRA subsidiary has received a potential five-year, $24.5 million contract to provide a range of support services to the engineering and analysis division of the Environmental Protection Agency Office of Water…
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NASA Eyes Continued Use of Bigelow Aerospace-Built Space Habitat Tech Aboard ISS

NASA has announced plans to issue a potential five-year contract for the continued use of a Bigelow Aerospace-built expandable activity module currently attached to the International Space Station. The space agency said Tuesday it seeks to utilize the Bigelow Expandable Activity Module as an expandable habitat and long-term in-orbit storage unit as part of efforts to maximize technological capacities onboard the ISS…
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Lockheed Builds Modular Solar Array for Satellite Bus

Lockheed Martin has completed development work on a modular solar array designed for integration with its LM 2100 satellite bus platform. The company’s Multi-mission Modular Solar Array works to generate 50 percent more energy and is designed to be 30 percent lighter than other rigid solar array designs, Lockheed said Tuesday…
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VIDEO: Presenting the Financial Integrity Network

Presenting the Financial Integrity Network​: FIN delivers an array of strategic, advisory, and technical services to a diverse and select group of governments, financial institutions, and sectoral clients…
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