Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 04/01/2015

Shay Assad: Pentagon Seeks New Commercial Suppliers Through Acquisition Revamp

The Defense Department will revise its defense acquisition policies in a move to attract new commercial suppliers into the weapons market, Reuters reported Tuesday. Andrea Shalal writes the department will decide whether aerospace components are commercial or in need of military-exclusive cost analysis within 10 days under a new memo…
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Bill Ballhaus: SRA to Purchase Qbase Assets for Health IT, Homeland Security Push

SRA International has agreed to acquire a portion of Qbase‘s government services business for an undisclosed sum in a push to expand work with homeland security, law enforcement and healthcare government agencies…
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Air Force NETCENTS-2 Application Services IDIQ Grows to 20 Awardees

The U.S. Air Force has added 10 companies to a potential 10-year, $960 million contract vehicle for application services under the service branch’s Network-Centric Solutions-2 initiative, the Defense Department said Tuesday
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Stephen Metz Joins American Systems as Navy Program VP, Executive Director; Peter Smith Comments

Stephen Metz, a 31-year U.S. Navy veteran, has been named vice president and executive director of Navy programs at American Systems. He succeeds the retiring Steve Bonwich and will oversee the company’s business units that provide support work across the Department of the Navy in his new position, American Systems said Tuesday
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Northrop Subsidiary to Distribute AirRobot-Built UAS in US Market; Walt Werner Comments

Northrop Grumman subsidiary Remotec has agreed to resell German company AirRobot‘s line of small unmanned aerial systems to first responder and law enforcement clients in the U.S. Remotec will also combine its technology with AirRobot aerial systems to produce a new range of product offerings, Northrop said Tuesday
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