Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 03/04/2015

Reuters: Finmeccanica Taps US Investment Bank to Help Offer DRS Pieces for Sale

U.S. investment bank Jefferies Group LLC will send out invitations next week in an effort to seek out potential offers for selected business units of U.S. defense contractor DRS Technologies, Reuters reported Tuesday
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Mary Davie: GSA Plans 3-Year Extensions to Networx Contracts

The General Services Administration has started talks with contractors on three-year extensions for the current set , GSA official Mary Davie wrote in a blog post published Tuesday. Davie, assistant commissioner of GSA’s office of integrated technology services, said the agency plans to extend the contract to the spring of 2020 in order to gain more time to shift to its next telecommunications contract vehicle — Network Services 2020…
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OMB Report Details Progress, Challenges in Gov’t Cybersecurity Efforts

The Office of Management and Budget has indicated that government agencies reported a 15-percent increase in information security incidents in 2014 as they gain more insight into their networks, Federal News Radio reported Monday
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Army Adds Deloitte, ECS Federal, LOGC2 to $461M Program Mgmt IDIQ

The U.S. Army has added Deloitte, ECS Federal and LOGC2 as awardees on a potential $461 million contract for program management support services to the branch’s program executive office for enterprise information systems, the Defense Department said Tuesday
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Johns Hopkins’ APL Awarded $405M for Special Operations Analysis, Studies

Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory will carry out analysis work and studies in areas related to science and technology for Special Operations Command under a five-year, $405 million contract…
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