Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 10/07/2014

Ward Johnson: NASA Extends Jacobs’ Test Support for Kennedy Space Center

Jacobs Engineering Group (NYSE: JEC) will continue to provide test and operations support to the Kennedy Space Center for another two years after NASA exercised a $172.8 million contract extension option…
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Larry Besterman: TWD Shifts Headquarters to Dulles Technology Corridor in Tysons

TWD & Associates has based its new headquarters in Tysons Corner, Virginia at Pinnacle Drive after the communications services contractor moved to consolidate two offices as part of the relocation…
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ICF Wins $100M NIH Health Informatics BPA; Ellen Glover Comments

ICF International (NASDAQ: ICFI) has won a five-year, $100 million blanket purchase agreement to provide clinical information management services to multiple National Institutes of Health facilities and partner organizations…
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Information Systems Worldwide Corp. to Research Open Source Methods for Air Force

Information Systems Worldwide Corp. has won a three-year, $9,780,495 contract to help the U.S. Air Force research ways to extract features from open source information available in platforms such as mobile devices and applications…
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Exelis to Launch New Electronic Warfare Offering; Joe Rambala Comments

Exelis will unveil a multifunctional electronic warfare system at a symposium Tuesday in Washington. The Disruptor SRx EW technology works to respond to changing mission requirements in real time, Exelis said Monday
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Vice Adm. Bill Moran: Navy Eyes Changes to Attract, Retain Skilled Personnel

Vice Adm. William Moran, the U.S. Navy‘s chief of naval personnel, believes the service needs to adopt a flexible manning approach and pay structure in order to engage service members, Defense News reported Monday
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