Northrop Grumman Corp. will design and build a PC-based training system for the Navy under a five-year contract worth $49.9 million.
ICF International Inc. has won a five-year recompete contract worth more than $15 million to help the Federal Emergency Management Agency implement its Radiological Emergency Preparedness program.
General Dynamics Information Technology and five smaller companies will share potentially $96.3 million to provide language-training technology and staffing at the Defense Department center.
A Teledyne Technologies subsidiary will provide new testing technology for the Missile Defense Agency’s Objective Simulation Framework under a five-year contract with a potential value of $595 million.
A-T Solutions Inc. has won a four-year contract worth $21.9 million to provide explosive ordnance disposal experts and other technical expertise to the Navy.
Dovèl Technologies has acquired ZapThink LLC and has become a wholly owned subsidiary of Dovèl. Financial terms of the transaction were not reported.
Michael Cauldwell will join Xe Services LLC as senior vice president of business development July 11. He will focus on expanding the company's portfolio of government and commercial customers.
Another 333 contractors have been added to the Navy's huge IT services contract.
Several major U.S. technology giants are looking at Egypt as an IT outsourcing destination, pledging training and other support, including a $10 million investment.
Science Applications International Corp. will provide technical testing assistance to the Air Force under a five-year prime contract that has a maximum value of $85 million.
Company will support Australian military with flight screening and basic flight training through 2017.
Alion Science and Technology has won a three-year Navy task order worth $4.6 million to design a PC-based training game.
Northrop Grumman Corp. and the University of Maryland Baltimore County Research Park Corp. on April 21 officially opened the Cync Program incubator facility to attract more technology companies to develop solutions to counter cybersecurity threats.
Science Applications International Corp. will devise a lifecycle research program for the Defense Department under a five-year Navy task order under the SeaPort e-contract valued at more than $41 million.
Lockheed Martin Corp. will provide training and technical support to the Coast Guard under a five-year indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract that has a $57 million ceiling value.