Former Alion CIO Chris Soong Joins HII Technical Solutions Segment

Chris Soong, formerly the chief information officer of Alion Science and Technology, has been appointed to the same position at Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ (NYSE: HII) technical solutions division. HII added Soong to its executive team upon completion of the company’s $1.65 billion cash acquisition of Alion, the Virginia-based military shipbuilder said Monday. The more than

Scott Recinos Promoted to LMI Homeland Security Market VP; Pete Pflugrath Quoted

Scott Recinos, a more than 15-year LMI veteran, has been elevated to the position of vice president for the homeland security market at the Tysons, Virginia-based management consultancy. He will nurture client and partner relationships, identify customers’ emerging and current needs, come up with approaches to support the National Security Strategy and help facilitate the

Collins Aerospace to Buy Digital Aviation Company FlightAware; Dave Nieuwsma Quoted

Raytheon Technologies’ (NYSE: RTX) Collins Aerospace subsidiary has agreed to acquire FlightAware for an undisclosed sum. Houston-based FlightAware is a digital aviation company with approximately 130 employees and has been delivering global flight tracking platforms, analytics, predictive technology and historical and real-time flight data to the aviation community since 2005, Raytheon said Monday. Collins will

Last Chance to Register for Today’s JADC2 Forum

The Potomac Officers Club is set to host a virtual event on Tuesday, Aug. 31, from 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m ET, where industry and federal representatives will share perspectives on the Department of Defense’s Joint All-Domain Command and Control strategy. Preston Dunlap, chief architect at the Department of the Air Force, will kick off the event

AT&T Receives $609M Task Order for State Department Telecom Services; Chris Smith Quoted

AT&T (NYSE: T) has received a potential five-year, $609 million task order from the State Department to provide telecommunications support to more than 270 U.S. diplomatic locations across the globe. The company said Wednesday it will give department personnel access to enterprise-wide connectivity for data, mobile and voice networks, unified communications and Wi-Fi services. “As

Booz Allen’s Kate Mercer to Lead JADC2 Panel Discussion for Potomac Officers Club

Kate Mercer, a vice president of Booz Allen Hamilton, will lead an expert panel to highlight the role of U.S. military branches and companies in efforts to make the Department of Defense’s Joint All-Domain Command and Control vision a reality. Mercer oversees Booz Allen’s next-generation data services practice for worldwide defense and aerospace accounts and

Former ECS Exec Amaha Tsegaye Takes SVP Role at Paradyme

Amaha Tsegaye, formerly a vice president at ECS, has been named senior VP of delivery at Greenbelt, Maryland-based information technology services provider Paradyme Management. He will be responsible for ensuring the delivery of services to clients and identifying growth opportunities across Paradyme’s programs in his new role, the company said in a LinkedIn post. Tsegaye

Gina Haspel, Stephen Wilson Named to BAE US Board

Gina Haspel, former director of the CIA and a two-time Wash100 Award winner, and Stephen Wilson, a retired U.S. Air Force general, have joined the board of directors of BAE Systems’ U.S. subsidiary.  Wilson and Haspel will serve on BAE’s board through April 2024, the company said Friday. Michael Chertoff, board chairman at BAE Systems

Peraton Wins $2B DHA Enterprise IT Services Integrator Blanket Purchase Agreement

Peraton has won a potential 10-year, $2 billion blanket purchase agreement from the Defense Health Agency to support the Military Health System’s Enterprise Information Technology Services Integrator requirement. DHA received seven quotes for the single-award BPA, which was competed under the General Services Administration’s Multiple Award Schedule via the eBuy portal and has a one-year