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Leidos, Ford Partner on Automobile Factory Energy Savings Project; Jim Moos Comments

Leidos has signed a $5.7 million contract with Ford Motor Co. to support energy-efficiency initiatives at the car manufacturer’s transmission plant in Livonia, Michigan. The Reston, Virginia-based contractor said Wednesday it will install a new heating, ventilation and air conditioning system at the Livonia factory under the energy savings performance contract. Ford developed a five-year plan in 2012 to reduce operational energy use of each …

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Kitty Nix, Phil De-Bodene Take SVP Roles at Three Wire Systems

Three Wire Systems has appointed Kitty Nix, a former director at Serco‘s North American subsidiary, as senior vice president of strategy and development and named Phil De-Bodene, former vice president of business development at Calibre Systems, as SVP of BD. Nix and De-Bodene will be responsible for helping develop and implement Three Wire’s business development and growth …

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Jonathan Couch Named ThreatQuotient Strategy VP; John Czupak Comments

Jonathan Couch, co-founder and former vice president of iSIGHT Partners, has joined ThreatQuotient as vice president for strategy at the Reston, Virginia-based enterprise security technology company. ThreatQuotient said Wednesday he will work to develop the company’s software roadmap and partnership strategy as well as collaborate with its partners and clients to help them  secure their business operations. “Couch has a …

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Mike Raymond Named Chief Strategy Officer of Octo Consulting

Mike Raymond, a 37-year government information technology market veteran and former senior vice president at Dynanet Corp., has joined Octo Consulting Group as chief strategy officer of the Tysons Corner, Virginia-based digital services provider. He will oversee Octo Consulting’s business development and growth strategies in his new position and will report directly to …

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Tracx CEO Rick Rudman to Lead Fireside Chat at CONNECTpreneur Forum

Rick Rudman, CEO and directorial board chairman of Tracx, will lead a fireside chat session with entrepreneurs and business leaders at the Big Idea CONNECTpreneur summer forum on June 30 at Falls Church Marriott Fairview Park , Virginia. Rudman was appointed as Tracx CEO in August 2015 to lead the growth and market leadership efforts of the social …

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Northrop Grants STEM Scholarships to 24 Maryland High School Seniors

Northrop Grumman has awarded more than $240,000 in scholarship funds to 24 high school seniors in Maryland this year through its Engineering Scholars Program, Maryland Department of Commerce’s MDBIZ News reported Wednesday. Curran McSwigan writes Northrop gives scholarship grants worth $10,000 per year per student who will pursue engineering, computer science, physics or math …

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Barbara Humpton: Siemens Govt Technologies to Provide Fire Protection Services Under NAVFAC Contract

Siemens‘ federal subsidiary Siemens Government Technologies seeks to help the Naval Facilities Engineering Command design, install and repair fire protection systems at various U.S. Navy installations under a $49 million contract the service branch awarded in May. SGT said Wednesday it is eligible to bid on task orders to deliver fire suppression systems, water supplies, low and …

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Noblis Ranks 5th in Washington Post’s Top Workplaces List; Jean Cain Comments

Noblis has landed the fifth spot on the Washington Post’s annual list of the metropolitan region’s “Top Workplaces” that represents the nonprofit organization’s third consecutive selections. The science, technology and strategy services provider said Friday Workplace Dynamics gathered employee feedback from companies with a presence in the greater Washington, D.C. area to support the Post’s …

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Alion to Support DISA’s Spectrum Mgmt Operations Under $137M IDIQ; Sean Pender Comments

Alion Science and Technology will help a Defense Information Systems Agency  organization explore tools for spectrum management through the company’s position on a potential $137 million contract DISA awarded in May. Alion is one of eight vendors that will compete for task orders to provide electromagnetic spectrum engineering, technical services, planning, analysis and advocacy support to DISA’s Defense Spectrum …

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