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Thursday Transactions

This week, Vangent announced a partnership with Orion Health, a firm specializing in clinical workflow and integration technology solutions for the healthcare sector. BAE Systems announced it will pair with Iveco Defence Vehicles with a licensing agreement to form the basis of a business arrangement for the pursuit of the …

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Boeing Appoints Lockheed Martin as Subcontractor for NextGen

Boeing has chosen Lockheed Martin as a lead subcontractor to work on the FAA’s NextGen initiative, a 10-year, multibillion-dollar contract vehicle to modernize the current aviation system. According to Lockheed Martin, the air traffic management business will “compete for future en route, terminal and oceanic air traffic control and systems …

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Wednesday Wins

This week, GTEC inked a $94 million deal with U.S. Navy, and DLT, BAE, Harris won Air Force contracts. General Dynamics, Booz Allen, L-3 signed Navy deals, and Alion Science won a $2 billion Software, Networks, Information, Modeling and Simulation contract from the Department of Defense. Raytheon nabbed a $21.8 …

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Wednesday Wins

This week, GTEC inked a $94 million deal with Navy, and Northrop and General Dynamics won two Army contracts. CF International won a re-compete five-year deal from the City and County of San Francisco, valued at $6.5 million. Booz Allen, Boeing, Lockheed penned Air Force contracts, and KBR won a …

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Wednesday Wins

This week, Department of Defense awarded Lockheed Martin three contracts, and Raytheon and SAIC won deals from the same department. Raytheon and Northrop Grumman inked Air Force deals, and BAE Systems, L-3, Boeing, General Dynamics and ITT snagged Army contracts. BAE Systems won a U.S. Army contract valued at as …

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Contracting Blasts into Future with Laser Weaponry

The U.S. Navy is ready to ride a wave of new technology into the future of combat. According to a report by New Scientist, the U.S. Navy has given the greenlight to designs for a shipboard laser “that it hopes will focus a 100-kilowatt beam through the ocean mist.” The …

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New Bidder Enters KC-X Tanker Competition

A new bidder has entered the competition to build the Air Force’s KC-X mid-air refueling tanker, replacing Boeing’s aging KC-135 Stratotanker which has been in service since 1957. Earlier this month, Northrop Grumman announced that it would pull out of the bidding process, leaving Boeing the apparent winner of the …

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Are Protests the New Way to Win?

Since 2008, the government contracting community has seen several billion-dollar protests yield dividends.  Most recently, Boeing’s protest of the Air Force’s KC-X refueling tanker contract seems to have paid off, as Northrop Grumman and EADS have withdrawn their bid leaving Boeing the apparent winner of the contract. It has become …

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