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  • Matthew Shaw: Battelle Built New Bio-Chem Weapon Sensor to ID Agents Within 24 Hours - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Matthew Shaw: Battelle Built New Bio-Chem Weapon Sensor to ID Agents Within 24 Hours

    Matthew Shaw, vice president and general manager of Battelle’s CBRNE defense business unit, says the nonprofit organization’s new sensor system works to identify chemical and biological agents after collecting an electronic signatures, Homeland Security Today reported Saturday. Anthony Kimery writes that Battelle will provide the Resource Effective BioIdentification System offering to the departments of Defense and Homeland Security, […] More

  • Dell to Help DHS, GSA Manage IT Infrastructure; George Newstrom Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Dell to Help DHS, GSA Manage IT Infrastructure; George Newstrom Comments

    Dell Inc. has been selected to help the Homeland Security Department and General Services Administration manage the agencies’ information technology services under a contract worth up to $22 billion. Dell will work to develop and maintain DHS’ IT infrastructure under the department’s Eagle II indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with a ceiling value of more than $20 billion, […] More

  • Deltek: Federal Spending in the D.C. Area Totaled More Than $100B in FY12 - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Deltek: Federal Spending in the D.C. Area Totaled More Than $100B in FY12

    Market research firm Deltek has issued a new study which shows that D.C. area federal spending reached a total of $101.1 billion in fiscal year 2012, the Washington Post reported Sunday. Jennifer Sakole, principal research analyst at Deltek, writes federal spending in the District, Maryland and Virginia represented one-fifth of federal contract obligations and the […] More

  • DHS Picks Four Vendors for Security Tools, Sensors; James Yeager Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    DHS Picks Four Vendors for Security Tools, Sensors; James Yeager Comments

    Four companies have won task orders worth up to $60 million combined to develop tools and sensors for the Department of Homeland Security to scan its network for security risks, Federal Times reported Thursday. Nicole Blake Johnson writes these awards fall under DHS’ $6 billion continuous monitoring program, which is handled by the General Services Administration. […] More