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Apptis Technology Solutions, a Chantilly unit of systems integrator Apptis Inc., rebranded as Iron Bow Technologies. The move was made to better distinguish itself from its parent company. (Business Wire)

ICF International Inc., a Fairfax provider of technical solutions, received a contract from the Coast Guard to support human capital planning and recruitment efforts. The deal is for $4.9 million over five years, including options. (Business Wire)

ICx Technologies Inc., an Arlington-based developer of sensor technologies, announced its latest product, Fido ClearPoint, which will scan and identify suspicious liquids through their containers without opening them. The product is aimed at the airport security market. (Business Wire)

RCN Corp., a Herndon-based broadband services provider, has agreed to be sold to an investment group led by Boston-based Abry Partners in a deal worth $1.2 billion. The deal is expected to close in the second half of the year. (Washington Business Journal)

Sentara Healthcare, a Norfolk-based health-care provider, is seeking approval from Virginia to build a 60-bed facility with operating rooms in the Haymarket area of Prince William County. The proposed site is near the Heathcote Health Center run by Prince William Health System, which made its own bid to build a 80-bed hospital near its center. (The Virginian-Pilot)

SolutionsDevelopers Corp., an IT consultancy, moved its headquarters from Reston to Dulles to better accommodate its growth and expanded client base. (Business Wire)

Sunburst Hospitality of Silver Spring, Md., sold its Vista on Courthouse apartments in Arlington to Equity Residential Inc., a Chicago-based owner and operator of residential living options. (Washington Business Journal)

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