Defense


HP builds NGEN dream team, but is it a slam dunk?

NMCI's incumbent contract-holder, HP, is collaborating with the industry's biggest players, but it's still not a sure thing to win the NGEN contract.

7 and 7 win $458M Army contract

Large and small contractors will compete for task orders to improve training services for the Army.

STG’s new VP tends to defense sector clients

Tamara Rush will be responsible for operations management and strategic growth of Army clients in the Aberdeen, Md., region.

ManTech wraps up its WINS purchase

Worldwide Information Network Systems will now become part of ManTech’s mission, cyber and technology solutions group.

Harris continues groundwork for AF satellite program

Harris continues hardware and software support for the Air Force’s weather satellite system under a new five-year, $25 million contract.

CACI's quartet of Army health care wins total $69M

With four new prime task order contracts in hand, CACI International will expand IT services for the Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support system at Fort Detrick, Md.

More scrutiny in store for ANC sole-source contracts

The review was prompted by a letter from two senators who have concerns about fraud and abuses in the Alaska Native Corporation small-business program.

Harris wins $38M contract to provide radios to alliance partners

Harris wins an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract to provide Southern Command partner nations with military communications and field assistance.

Cole captures Army training contract

Company will support training and simulation product.

Should contractors get blamed for counterfeit parts?

Counterfeit parts, mostly made in China, have found their way into the U.S. military's supply chain, and now members of the Senate Armed Services Committee want to hold contractors more responsible.

A-T Solutions wins IED analysis job

Under a new contract, A-T Solutions will help the military analyze recovered improvised explosive devices, providing critical information to military and intelligence organizations.

Raytheon wins Air Force radio work

In the first technology upgrade of the military’s portable radio devices in more than two decades, Raytheon Co. will design new lighter, power-efficient transmitter devices with more secure encryption technology.

GD acquisition expands combat vehicle line

General Dynamics Corp. will pay $360 million to buy Force Protection, in a move that bolsters its line of armored vehicles designed to protect against IEDs and other explosive devices.

Budget cuts won't stop DOD IT spending in 2012, forecast predicts

DOD's appetite for IT expected to be diminished, but still healthy

SAIC tasked with logistics support at two major Marine camps

Under a GSA task order worth $35 million or more, SAIC will provide logistics support to the U.S. Marine Corps at Camp Lejeune, N.C., and Camp Pendleton, Calif.

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