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Debbie Thurman serves as vice president of contracts and procurement at URS’ federal services division, headquartered in Germantown, MD. Thurman’s organization is responsible for all phases of contracting and procurement actions and includes approximately 300 professional staff members company-wide. She spoke with our sister site ExecutiveBiz to discuss the evolving budget environment and how she aims to […] More
Engility Holdings Inc., recently announced that it has received a $10.1 million contract to supply technical advisory services to the Guatemala office of the U.S. Agency for International Development to support the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. The five-year contract represents Engility’s 12 years of experience in Guatemala, supporting new work to improve natural resource management, […] More
A MAXIMUS subsidiary and professional staffing company TDB Communications has joined a Department of Homeland Security program designed to boost collaboration between large contractors and smaller businesses. MAXIMUS Federal Services will act as mentor to the service-disabled, veteran-owned firm under the DHS’ Mentor-Protege Program, MAXIMUS said Wednesday. “We are excited to be working with TDB […] More
In the second and most recent edition of John Hillen‘s series on government contracting for Washington Technology, the former assistant secretary of state and long time GovCon business executive discussed what is standing in the way of the market maturing. Hillen begins his piece by telling the audience to accept the fact that GovCon will […] More
Roger Mason serves as senior vice president for national security and intelligence at Noblis and also oversees Noblis ESI, a wholly owned subsidiary. He was most recently the first assistant director of national intelligence for systems and resource analyses at ODNI where he advised senior leaders on critical intelligence decisions. He left his VP role at Noblis […] More
Raytheon will host, sponsor and participate in Fleming Gulf‘s Kingdom Cybersecurity Forum on May 12 and 13 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, which is expected to highlight the state of cybersecurity and current technologies available in the marketplace. “With Raytheon as the official host and headline sponsor of the forum, participants can expect to learn about future […] More
Jacobs Engineering Group has been awarded a contract to provide design, system integration and communication network and construction management support services for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s intelligent transportation systems, Jacobs said Tuesday. Randy Pierce, Jacobs group vice president, said the contract continues the company’s relationship with PennDOT. He added that the company has been providing similar services since 2008. Jacobs is […] More
Cyber awareness in corporations is on the rise and they need tools to help with the decision making process in case a cyber attack occurs, Software AG executives Bill Lochten and Chris Steel said to On The Frontlines magazine. Government senior officials, mission leaders and information technology professionals need real-time insight into the important aspects of their […] More
ManTech International has opened a new Charleston, S.C.-based integration center to develop services for defense and homeland security customers. The 12,000-square-foot facility is built for the company to work with Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command clients, local municipal governments, technology companies, and trade and professional groups, ManTech said Tuesday. Dan Keefe, president and chief operating […] More
Some contracting executives believe that recent budget deals in Congress could provide investment certainty to federal agencies and contractors in the near term, the Washington Post reported Monday. “My expectation is that we’ll see a lot more money being put to projects and programs over the next couple of quarters,” said Brad Antle, CEO of […] More
Jacobs Engineering Group has acquired Australian professional services company Sinclair Knight Merz for $1.2 billion in an effort to expand in various regions, the Los Angeles Times reported Monday. Stuart Pfeifer writes that Jacobs anticipates its annual revenue to grow by 10 percent due to the transaction. Craig Martin, Jacobs CEO, told the newspaper the company […] More
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