QinetiQ North America will provide software development for the Army under a five-year contract worth a maximum of $39.8 million.
QinetiQ North America has won a three-year, $7.4 million task order from the Marine Corps to provide engineering and scientific support services.
QinetiQ North America has named David Shrum senior vice president and general manager of its engineering and life-cycle management business unit. In this new role, he will be responsible for revenue and profit generation, customer satisfaction, and employee health and welfare for the Huntsville, Ala., business unit.
John Sutton has been named senior vice president of business development at QinetiQ North America responsible for the company's strategy for winning new business.
QinetiQ North America has named Scott Goldstein senior vice president and general manager of the National Systems Business Unit within the company's Mission Solutions Group. He will manage technology development and service delivery for contracts supporting the Defense Department and intelligence community.
Justice Department awards its IT Support Services IV contract to 20 companies who will now compete for task orders.
QinetiQ North America has won a two-year option award worth up to $15.6 million to continue to provide Asset Tracking Services to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
QinetiQ North America has named Bill Goss executive vice president and chief financial officer, with responsibility for finance and accounting, treasury and risk management.
QinetiQ North America has hired John Lambeth as its new CIO. He will be responsible for strategic development of the company’s IT capabilities, including management of its network infrastructure.
ManTech International Corp. has completed its $60 million cash acquisition of QinetiQ North America’s Security and Intelligence Solutions business.
ManTech International Corp. will purchase the assets of QinetiQ North America’s Security and Intelligence Solutions business for $60 million in cash.
Under four newly awarded task orders with a combined value of almost $80 million, QinetiQ North America will continue to provide the Marine Corps Systems Command’s Communications, Intelligence and Networking Systems Product Group with a range of life-cycle support services, including engineering, logistics, acquisition and information technology support.