Arlington company will develop prototype to execute maintenance and supply actions on ships and submarines.
Arlington-based Accenture Federal Services has been granted an $11.3 million, 12-month contract to improve the Naval Sea Systems Command’s (NAVSEA) maritime model-based product support (MBPS) family of integrated systems, the company announced Monday. A wholly-owned subsidiary of Dublin, Ireland-based consultancy Accenture, Accenture Federal Services (AFS) will develop a prototype to execute maintenance and supply actions
Keith Kapp will oversee data science, engineering, cybersecurity for Customer Value Partners Inc.
Fairfax-based business and technology consulting company Customer Value Partners Inc. (CVP) named Keith Kapp as its chief technology officer, the company announced Thursday. As CTO, Kapp will oversee business transformation, technology modernization, data science, engineering and cybersecurity at the company. Kapp most recently served as chief information officer and vice president of information technology and
Reston-based defense contractor will manage shore-based NAVWAR networks.
Reston-based defense contractor Leidos has been awarded a $7.7 billion contract by the Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) to operate and maintain shore-based networks and data management for several departments of the Navy, the company announced last week. NAVWAR is the Navy’s technical authority and acquisition command for its business IT and space systems.
Va. is the first state to use state money to fund a UTeach program.
Gov. Ralph Northam on Monday proposed a $1 million investment through the national UTeach program to increase pathways for students at Virginia’s two public historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) to become science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) educators. Although the UTeach program is present at 45 U.S. colleges and universities, Virginia is the first
The property last sold in late 2017 for $20.6M.
Millspring Commons Apartment Homes in Henrico County sold for $28.52 million, Los Angeles-based real estate company CBRE Group Inc. announced Feb. 4. Built in 1972, the 159-unit, 165,030-square-foot townhome rental community is located at 9318 Tarheel Terrace adjacent to Staples Mill Road. Washington, D.C.-based property management company Republic Properties Corp. bought the community from real
The buildings comprise 51,000 square feet in Juliad Court.
Manassas Park-based Juliad Holdings LLC purchased two warehouse/industrial buildings in Fredericksburg for $4.14 million, Bethesda, Maryland-based commercial real estate firm Finmarc Management Inc. announced Monday. The buildings comprise 51,000 square feet in Juliad Court, approximately one mile from state Route 17 and Interstate 95, and were leased to four tenants at the time of the
SmithGroup has designed two buildings on Tech’s Blacksburg campus.
Virginia Tech has selected Detroit-based architecture and planning firm SmithGroup to design the first academic building for its Innovation Campus in Alexandria, the university announced Friday. SmithGroup responded to a public request for proposals (RFP) issued last summer by Tech after its June announcement that it would build its Innovation Campus in Alexandria. The RFP
Both companies are Reston-based, publicly traded federal contractors offering IT services.
Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) will acquire Unisys Federal for $1.2 billion, SAIC announced Thursday. Both companies are Reston-based, publicly traded federal contractors specializing in IT services. The transaction was approved by SAIC’s board of directors and the transaction is expected to close by May 1. Unisys Federal is an operating unit of Blue Bell,
LaserShip CEO Brett Bissell formerly was COO for CEVA Logistics.
Vienna-based e-commerce delivery company LaserShip has appointed Brett Bissell as its CEO, succeeding company co-founder Blake Averill, the company announced Wednesday. Bissell will be based in LaserShip’s Vienna headquarters and Averill will continue to serve on the company’s board of directors. He most recently comes from international supply chain company CEVA Logistics, where he was
Shopping center tenants include Verizon Wireless, Navy Federal Credit Union and Applebee’s.
Birmingham, Alabama-based property management company Shannon Waltchack’s retail real estate fund, SWNC I LLC, has purchased the Little Creek Marketplace shopping center in Norfolk, S.L. Nusbaum Realty Co. announced Tuesday. The sale price of the transaction was not disclosed. The 49,000-square-foot retail center was 97% leased at the time of the sale to tenants including