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KBR adds former ASRC Federal exec to North American unit

Richard Ambrose has a keen understanding of the government market and how to grow business in that sector.

BAE provides DOD with life-cycle management, software services

Objective is to provide life-cycle software development engineering to the DOD Intelligence Information System and intelligence community.

STRATIS selects UMD, MIT labs as IT research partners

They will jointly pursue technology research and development projects to enhance complex computing capabilities.

Dell buys applications, data transfer company

Computer giant will use acquisition to lower cost of moving critical applications and data off legacy systems.

Dell sets sights on cloud client-computing provider

Acquisition will expand computer giant’s enterprise solutions portfolio and desktop virtualization capabilities.

ManTech wraps up purchase of cybersecurity software company

Officials say combination of firms will create a broader cyber solution capability.

SAIC taps former Unisys exec for business unit post

Linda Howard most recently served as vice president of operations for the Unisys Corp.'s Federal Government Group.

GE develops digital imaging system for military, civilian use

GE will provide the Defense Logistics Agency with a digital imaging network-picture archive, communication system and components.

GTSI ends quarter, year with steep revenue declines

Revenue losses neared 50 percent.

Accenture hires retiring USDA CIO to bolster tech agenda

Christopher Smith also will oversee services such as secure cloud computing, big data, logistics and supply chain.

Harris wins delayed VA health records contract

Harris wins VA health-records contract after it was pulled from ASM Research in January.

Alion hires former QinetiQ exec to lead simulation group

At QinetiQ North America, Terri Spoonhour was director of operations in Orlando, Fla., focused on delivering simulation and training solutions.

DynCorp revenues spurred by continued strong contract demand

Company has $3.7 billion in revenue in 2011, up $334.4 million or 9.9 percent from calendar year 2010.

CityTime scandal hits SAIC's bottom line

Quarter, fiscal year numbers head south, but company initiates dividend in sign of confidence.

Xerox takes over $1.6B Medi-Cal claims processing contract

Since assuming operational responsibility last October, the company has processed more than 90 million California Medicaid claims totaling $7.5 billion.

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