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Fulcrum to Provide Program Mgmt, Professional Services to USSOCOM; Jeff Handy Comments

Fulcrum will provide program management, engineering, technical and professional services to the U.S. Special Operations Command under a potential $900 million contract the command awarded in June. The company will support global special operations forces as part of the SOCOM-Wide Mission Support Group contract, which includes a five-year ordering period, Fulcrum said Tuesday. Fulcrum CEO …

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Mike Bruni Joins SC3 as Talent Acquisition Director

Mike Bruni, a former talent acquisition executive at Booz Allen Hamilton and Leidos, has joined SC3 as its new director of talent acquisition and will manage and develop SC3 talent acquisition programs. Bruni has worked in talent acquisition, human resources, sourcing, government contracting and national security across his 18-year career, SC3 said Monday. He is the president of …

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HHS, FDA Vet Melissa Chapman Joins Triple-i as BD, Capture Unit VP

Melissa Chapman, a former chief information officer and deputy assistant secretary from the Department of Health and Human Services, has joined Springfield, Virginia-based information technology services company Information Innovators Inc. as new vice president of the business development and capture unit. Chapman joined the company in May and has since led its HHS market growth strategy …

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Ed Sheehan: Army Taps CTC-Battelle JV to Support NDCEE

National Defense Energy & Environmental Alliance, a joint venture between Concurrent Technologies Corp. and Battelle, has been selected with three other contractors to support the National Defense Center for Energy and Environment. E2A will look to demonstrate, validate and transition technologies in an effort to assist Defense Department installations, ranges and weapon …

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Booz Allen, Kaggle Hold Competition for Algorithm-Based Medical Data Analysis

Booz Allen Hamilton and Kaggle co-sponsored a data science competition that has challenged participants to produce algorithms to enable automated analysis of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging scans. More than 993 people of different genders and ages submitted approximately 1,392 algorithms for Kaggle’s second annual Data Science Bowl contest, Booz Allen said Wednesday. “This particular challenge was …

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