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Capital Business Blog: June, 2011

Posted at 01:54 PM ET, 06/29/2011

Md. Biotechnology Center grants $1.8M to nine life sciences firms

By Steven Overly  |  01:54 PM ET, 06/29/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 12:02 PM ET, 06/28/2011

In Maryland, biotech brings more jobs and higher salaries, report finds

The life sciences sector contributed to one-third of job gains across Maryland between 2002 and 2010, during which time the industry’s average annual salary climbed nearly 50 percent.

By Steven Overly  |  12:02 PM ET, 06/28/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 04:53 PM ET, 06/20/2011

GAO upholds protests over Health and Human Services lease in Rockville

The GAO announced that it had upheld the protests of developers over the award of a 15-year lease extension that would keep the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in Rockville.

By Jonathan O’Connell  |  04:53 PM ET, 06/20/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 01:09 PM ET, 06/08/2011

ExxonMobil: Houston consolidation will not affect Fairfax employees

By Jonathan O’Connell  |  01:09 PM ET, 06/08/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)
Tags:  Real Estate, ExxonMobil

Posted at 10:39 AM ET, 06/07/2011

General Dynamics wins IT contract for Homeland Security HQ

The Falls Church-based firm has snatched away from Northrop Grumman a coveted contract award to provide the IT infrastructure at the new DHS headquarters at St. Elizabeths.

By Marjorie Censer  |  10:39 AM ET, 06/07/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)
Tags:  General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman, Government Contracts

 

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