Some locations are better than others when it comes to finding cleared work. If you’re not on a contract with a 10-year period of performance (POP) and a good management team, it makes sense to make sure you live where you can easily find your next opportunity. Check out which cities are better to live and work around if you work in national security. With a new year comes a good time to update your resume. Once you’re ready to look around for other work, check out which city has the cleared jobs.

Contract Opportunities to Watch: Booz Allen

Booz Allen secures a $10 million, two-year contract from the U.S. Navy to pioneer its first 5G implementation in the Indo-Pacific region, establishing a private cellular network and asset tracking solution in Guam. This transformative endeavor aims to fortify communication, logistics, maintenance, and secure operations, helping the Navy and the DoD bolster U.S. interests in the Indo-Pacific region. Booz Allen will be working to overcome challenges unique to distributed landscapes, exemplified by Guam, showcasing the power of cutting-edge technology in defense infrastructure.

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Applied Insight LLC acquired Zavda Technologies LLC, a veteran-owned technology and data services company. This move strengthens its presence in the national security community. The acquisition expands Applied Insight’s capabilities in network and systems engineering, security, data analysis, and software development. It also offers new career opportunities for Zavda’s team.

The collaboration between the two organizations provides stronger support for critical national security needs by leveraging their technical expertise and customer-focused culture. The move follows Applied Insight’s mentorship of Zavda since 2018 and their successful joint venture, Bravo Zulu Intelligence Solutions, which focused on innovative solutions for the national security sector.

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Jillian Hamilton has worked in a variety of Program Management roles for multiple Federal Government contractors. She has helped manage projects in training and IT. She received her Bachelors degree in Business with an emphasis in Marketing from Penn State University and her MBA from the University of Phoenix.