Posts from GovCon Daily for 07/10/2015

Harris to Keep HQ in Melbourne FL, House Critical Networks Segment in Herndon VA

Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS) has decided to maintain its corporate headquarters in Melbourne, Fla. and will also base two of its four newly-formed business segments in the state following the company’s $4…
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GSA Awards 9 Spots on $500M IT Support Services BPA

The General Services Administration has awarded positions to nine companies on a five-year, $500 million blanket purchase agreement for technical support services on the agency’s information technology systems…
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Reports: OPM Chief Steps Down, Beth Cobert Named Acting Director

Office of Personnel Management Director Katherine Archuleta resigned from her position Friday, one day after the agency disclosed what it found in its investigation into the breaches on its computer systems, multiple media outlets are reporting…
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Joseph Dunford: Joint Force Readiness, Modernization to Suffer if Sequestration Continues

U.S. Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford has said the joint force’s readiness and modernization efforts would suffer if sequestration returns in October, DoD News reported Thursday. Dunford, President Barack Obama’s nominee to become the next Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman, told the Senate Armed Services Committee that a sustained budget cap would limit efforts meant to help protect the nation from current threats, Jim Garamone reports…
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Navy Picks 3 Firms for $63M Submarine Engineering Support IDIQ

Three companies have been awarded positions on a potential two-year, $63.4 million contract to provide technical support and engineering services for the U.S. Navy’s submarine fleet. The multiple award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a one-year base period and a 12-month option, the Defense Department said Thursday…
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