Letter: SAP still in favor at USDA, Marines

SAP spokesman disputes characterization of agencies' removing SAP products in favor of a rival.

L-3 unit will upgrade Marine Corps’ remote sensor system

L-3 Communications Inc. subsidiary L-3 Nova Engineering will provide equipment, upgrades and repairs, and program management services under a $52.8 million Defense Department follow-on contract to support the Marine Corps' Tactical Remote Sensor Systems program.

USDA, Marines replace SAP in isolated organizations

The Agriculture Department and the Marine Corps, citing cost, incompatibility and other issues, are replacing their SAP software with another vendor’s in specific divisions.

QinetiQ quartet of Marine Corps task orders is worth almost $80M

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.

GDIT wins $25M transition contract for Marines Corps

General Dynamics Information Technology will provide logistics and other support services to the Marine Corps under a firm-fixed-priced contract that could be worth as much as $25.2 million.

Three contractors vie to support Marine Corps

BAE Systems Technology Solutions and Service, Science Applications International Corp. and SkillStorm Government Integrated Services will vie for Navy task orders under a five-year contract for Marine Corps Mass Notification System support services.

Stanley services strengthen Marines' data network center

Stanley Inc. will provide technical services to the Marine Corps under a three-year, firm-fixed-price contract valued at $22 million.

SAIC works behind the scenes on Marine Corps intelligence

Science Applications International Corp. will furnish network services and information technology support to the Marine Corps Marine Intelligence Activity under a new task order.

Lockheed to keep Marine Corps communications humming

Lockheed Martin will furnish logistics support services to two Marine Corps Systems Command program offices under a task order potentially worth $30 million.

Ocean Systems Engineering to boost Marine Corps communications

Ocean System Engineering Corp. will provide a wide variety of services and support related to networking and satellite communications to the Marine Corps under a one-year, $13.1 million task order.

L-3 to support Marine Corps combat training

An L-3 Communications Corp. unit will furnish program and acquisition support to the Marine Corps for live and simulated training operations under a new task order.

Navy CIO Robert Carey talks Web 2.0

The Navy needs Web 2.0 technologies to communicate and collaborate with those outside of the military, says Navy CIO Robert Carey.

Harris gets $311M increase to military radio deal

Harris Corp. has received a $311.4 million increase to an existing indefinite-delivery, indefinite quantity contract to provide the Marines with high-frequency manpack radios.

AT&T to support Marine Corps Logistics Command

AT&T Government Solutions Inc. will furnish information technology support services to the Marine Corps Logistics Command under a one-year, $6.4 million task order.

General Dynamics to build more combat operations centers

General Dynamics Corp. will produce 24 combat operations centers for the Marine Corps under a $54 million contract modification.

SRA wins $4.4M Marines RFID supply-chain contract

SRA International, Inc. will provide supply chain tracking technology to the Marine Corps Systems Command under a new $4.4 million contract.

Stanley opens Web portal work for Marine Corps

Stanley Inc. will provide Web portal technical services to the Marine Corps under a five-year contract valued at $12.4 million if all four option years are exercised.

Alion expands Marines Corps' decision-making capabilities

Alion Science and Technology Corp. will assisting the Marine Corps' efforts to improve its decision-making tools under a three-year, $6.3 million task order.

SAIC to assist Marines with counter-IED training

Science Applications International Corp. will train Marines to defeat improvised explosive devices under a new Navy task order valued at $32 million over three years.