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Executive Mosaic’s Weekly News Round-Up 
The National Institutes of Health has added more than 50 larger companies to its potential $20 billion Chief Information Officers – Solutions and Partners 3 contract after awarding positions to small businesses on a separate $20 billion CIO-SP3 contract earlier this month. 
All civilian and Defense Department agencies are eligible to purchase IT services and solutions through the governmentwide vehicle, which could field orders for up to 10 years.

Terry RyanTerry Ryan, president and COO of ManTech International‘s emerging markets group, said subsidiary Evolvent Technologies will field engineers, analysts and subject matter experts to the NIH’s IT Acquisition and Assessment Center as it pursues contract work.
For information on more awardees, visit GovConWire‘s coverage,here.
CSC and Lockheed Named Prime on IDIQs for NextGen Technology
CSC will compete for research and development work on theFederal Aviation Administration‘s NextGen program as a prime contractor on a potential $450 million Transportation DepartmentIDIQ.
Mike GaffneyMike Gaffney, president of CSC’s North American public sector civil group, said the company has supported the Volpe Center, where contract awardees will develop eco-friendly aviation technology, for the past 10 years.
Contract work will support FAA programs for lower energy consumption, emissions, noise and alternative fuels.
Lockheed Martin won a prime position on a potential $496 million IDIQ with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosivesand the Marshals Service that will field orders for cloud computing, mobility and data center consolidation services.

The Enterprise Standard Architecture IV contract was awarded underneath the General Services Administration‘s Alliant vehicle and may be able to be used by other agencies.
Former Booz Allen Principal Scott Heefner Joins TASC

 has appointed former Booz Allen Hamilton Principal Scott Heefner VP of its financial and business analytics group.
The group provides budgetary tools to government customers, according to Pamela Drew, SVP of strategic capabilities, in addition to supporting national security clients with systems engineering and integration services.

Heefner joins TASC from the VP of federal programs role at Project Time & Cost Inc.

Microsoft Taps Leigh Madden as New AF Programs Lead
Microsoft has a new director of Air Force programs within its U.S. public sector business after tapping Leigh Madden to take the lead on that branch’s account.
Leigh joins Microsoft from the Rappahannock Companies, where he worked with critical infrastructure and supported US and allied armed forces as a managing director.