Mike Dignam on CSC’s Applied Tech Division Sale to PAE for $175M
PAE will acquire Falls Church, Va.-based CSC’s applied technology division for $175 million and add the unit’s approximately 5,400 employees to its ranks.
CSC took over the business when it purchased DynCorp in 2003 and this sale will be CSC’s sixth divestiture in the past seven months.
Mike Dignam, PAE president, said the Arlington, Va.-based services contractor is purchasing a division that counts the Defense Department and NASA as among its federal clients.
PAE will add the unit’s military and space testing and training services upon the deal’s closure, which CSC expects to happen this summer.
Kay Kapoor on GSA’s Govt-Wide Mobile Service BPA
The General Services Administration has signed a blanket purchase agreement with AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile an
Federal agencies will share a pool of minutes and aim to save $300 million over the next five years.
“As budgets tighten, our customers want more flexibility to find much needed cost savings with wireless services and devices,” said Kay Kapoor, president of AT&T’s government solutions business.
Haywood Talcove on Lexis Nexis’ Appointment of Alisoun Moore Healthcare Strategy Lead
Alisoun Moore has joined New York, NY- based LexisNexis as the director of healthcare strategy and development for its risk solutions business.
The more than two-decade health IT vet has served as the CIO for Maryland and Montgomery County.
Haywood Talcove, LexisNexis Special Services CEO, said Moore understands the role of identity management and public records in healthcare.
Moore is a former VP and GM of health services at CSC and was a health IT director at Northrop Grumman prior to that.
FCi Federal Appoints Bill Milligan CFO
Bill Milligan has joined Leesburg, Va.-based FCi Federal as VP of business operations and CFO as the company tries to expand its footprint in the government market.
Prior to his current appointment, Milligan served as VP and CFO at High Performance Technologies where revenue grew from $22 million to more than $100 million during his 10 years at the firm.
Milligan also helped grow MRJ Technology Solutions prior to HPTi and won the Washington Business Journal’s “CFO of the Year” award in 2007.