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CACI International Inc., an Arlington-based provider of IT services to the defense and intelligence communities, announced plans to acquire SystemWare Inc., of Camarillo, Calif. SystemWare manufactures signals acquisition and analysis systems. (Business Wire)

FGM Inc., a Reston-based IT services provider to the government sector, bought the Enterprise Services Group of Fairfax’s Edge Technologies. Based in Laurel, Md., Enterprise Services is focused on high-end engineering services to the cyber security market. (PRNewswire)

General Dynamics, through its Advanced Information Services unit in Fairfax, received a $60 million, five-year contract from the Air Force for network management and engineering support services to the 480th Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing at locations in Virginia and California. (PRNewswire)

George Mason University received a gift of 37 acres of land from Van Metre Cos., a Burke-based development company. The parcel in Ashburn lies near exit 6 of the Dulles Greenway. (News release)

Macy’s Inc., a Cincinnati-based retailer, announced plans to open Bloomingdale’s outlet stores in New Jersey, Florida and Virginia. Potomac Mills in Woodbridge will be the Virginia location. (The Associated Press)

SRA International Inc., a Fairfax provider of IT and consulting services to the government sector, received a five-year, $98 million contract from the Food and Drug Administration for IT services to better automate field operations such as inspections, sample collection and analysis. (Business Wire)

Interstate Hotels & Resorts, an Arlington-based hotel management company, agreed to be bought by Thayer Lodging Group, an Annapolis, Md., hotel investment group, and China’s Shanghai Jin Jiang International Hotels for $307 million. Interstate Hotels manages 232 properties with 46,000 rooms across the U.S and several foreign countries. (The Washington Post)

JDG Communications, a subsidiary of Sage Communications of Vienna, received six certificates of excellence from Graphic Design USA magazine during competition in 23 areas ranging from print and packaging to online design. Among the efforts honored were Development Gateway Foundation’s 2008 Annual Report and the Federal Trade Commission’s FTC Kids Web site. (News release)




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