Reston-based government contractor EverWatch announced Monday it has acquired Columbia, Maryland-based information technology contractor BrainTrust Holdings. A transaction amount was not disclosed. EverWatch provides intelligence, defense and deployed mission solutions for national security agencies, while BrainTrust provides technology solutions to intelligence and defense communities. “The addition of BrainTrust enables EverWatch to continue to aggressively pursue
Salient CRGT Inc. to provide services to Joint Chiefs of Staff's senior leaders
The U.S. Department of Defense awarded Fairfax-based software company Salient CRGT Inc. a $22 million contract to provide performance management initiatives and editorial support to the Joint Chiefs of Staff’s senior leadership, the company announced Monday. The five-year contract will support the Joint Staff Actions Division for Program Management, Program Planning and Execution and offer
SOC Telemed to be listed on Nasdaq through merger with Healthcare Merger Corp.
Reston-based telemedicine provider SOC Telemed announced Monday it plans to go public through a merger with a “blank check” company, Healthcare Merger Corp. (HCMC) — a transaction that would value SOC at $720 million. The combined company will operate as SOC Telemed and be listed on the Nasdaq. HCMC is a Nasdaq-listed public investment company.
Elizabeth “Liz” Porter promoted at Reston-based Fortune 500 company
Reston-based federal contractor Leidos announced Monday that Elizabeth “Liz” Porter has been promoted as the company’s health group president. She will report to Chairman and CEO Roger Krone. Porter had been serving as acting health group president since March 9 and had previously served as operation manager for the Leidos Civil Group’s Federal Energy &
Aaron Betz joins the Arlington-based military health care provider
Arlington-based military health care provider Armed Forces Services Corp. (AFSC)/Magellan Federal announced Monday it has named Aaron Betz as senior director of the company’s Department of Veterans Affairs programs. Betz was most recently the owner and business development executive of Washington, D.C.-based consulting company Centerline Pelorus LLC. In his new role, he will be responsible
John P. Delaney is a former chief of staff for Army Cyber Command
John P. Delaney has been appointed as managing director of the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative (CCI), effective June 25, Virginia Tech announced Monday. The CCI Hub is located in the Virginia Tech Research Center in Arlington. Delaney is a U.S. Army veteran, having recently retired from a 30-year career. He had most recently been the chief
Laura Schweitzer joins B3 Group Inc.
Herndon-based information technology services company B3 Group Inc. announced Tuesday that Laura Schweitzer has been hired as its director of data and analytics, effective July 22. Schweitzer most recently led health care advanced analytics PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) — the world’s largest professional services company with more than $35 billion in revenue. In her new role, she will
Reston-based information technology unit to provide software development, IT services
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) awarded Falls Church-based General Dynamics Information Technology Inc. a potential three-year, $201 million contract to provide software development and information technology services (DevOps) to improve the department applications, according to reports. GDIT is a subsidiary of Fortune 100 aerospace and defense contractor General Dynamics Corp. GDIT will use
Science Applications International Corp. to provide engineering, integration services
The U.S. Navy awarded a $63.5 million contract to Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) to provide mission engineering and integration services, the Reston-based defense contractor announced Thursday. Under the SeaPort-NxG Multiple Award Contract, SAIC will provide services to the Global Deterrence and Defense Department (Code GX) at the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NWSC) in Crane,
McLean company will provide support for fighter, bomber aircraft systems
Alion Science and Technology Corp., a federal contractor based in McLean, won a $75 million contract for technical support to U.S. Air Force directorates, the company announced Wednesday. The contract, awarded by the Department of Defense’s Information Analysis Center, could be extended five years. Alion will provide technical support for every fighter and bomber aircraft