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News:

  • Crystal City BID gets backing to expand its borders


    The Crystal City Business Improvement District won approval Saturday by the Arlington County Board to expand its borders into Pentagon City and Potomac Yard, the expanse that's become part of the newly dubbed National Landing and home to Amazon.com Inc.'s (NASDAQ: AMZN) HQ2 and its resulting development. The BID, which has been undertaking this effort since May and negotiating with business and property owners in the new neighborhoods, will now grow its footprint by 76%, encompassing a majority…
  • AWS Educate broadens its partnership with Virginia schools


    Following this summer’s unveiling of two four-year degree programs centered on cloud computing, Amazon Web Services upped the ante Friday, extending its curriculum to select universities, community colleges and even four K-12 school districts in the commonwealth.  For the cloud service giant — a subsidiary of Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) — the expansion doubles down on its investment in workforce development in Virginia, which is already home to the company’s impending HQ2 headquarters…
  • Serena & Lily home store to open first D.C.-area location


    Serena & Lily, the home goods retailer that went from online-only to brick-and-mortar in the past few years, is opening its first D.C.-area store in Bethesda Row.  The company, centered on California-chic design, offers furniture, textiles, bedding, and lighting from its own original collections. Serena & Lily will open in a 3,524-square-foot store at 7121 Bethesda Lane. The space is part of a larger storefront that formerly housed Redwood restaurant, according to landlord Federal Realty Investment…
  • Parsons, Serco among companies awarded Navy’s $968M C4ISR contract


    Parsons Corp. (NYSE: PSN) and Herndon-based Serco Inc. are among eight awardees for a $968 million contract to help install modernized shore-based command, control, communications, computer, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) for the U.S. Navy.  The Centreville-based Parsons joined Serco, Virginia Beach contractors HII Fleet Support Group LLC and VT Milcom Inc., Cambridge International Systems Inc. of Arlington, KBRwyle Technology Solutions LLC of Columbia, M.C. Dean Inc. of…
  • How should D.C. manage development opposition? Leaders say community engagement is one option. Shaming is another.


    At the ULI fall meeting, Mayor Muriel Bowser and others discussed the best tactics for confronting opponents.
  • Air Force awards $950M tech contract to 8 Northern Virginia companies


    The Air Force on Wednesday tapped eight Northern Virginia businesses to provide enterprise analytical and technical support on a contract with a $950 million ceiling. Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. (NYSE: BAH),  ManTech International Corp. (NASDAQ: MANT), Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC), Altamira Technologies Corp. of McLean, Deloitte Consulting LLP of Arlington, Fulcrum IT Services of Centreville, MCR Federal LLC of McLean and Novetta Inc. of McLean each secured a spot on the…
  • National World War I Memorial is a step away from construction


    The National World War I Memorial slated for D.C.’s Pershing Park has received final approval from the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts, five years after Congress authorized the memorial and its downtown site. "This final approval takes us a giant step toward beginning the construction of this long-overdue tribute in our nation's capital to the 4.7 million Americans who served in America's armed forces in World War I,” Terry Hamby, chair of the U.S. World War I Centennial Commission, said in a statement. The…
  • New empire in Prince George's: The road ahead for UM Capital Region Health


    The hospital system is building out its presence in Prince George's.
  • D.C. health leaders: Unified system can help heal city's health gaps


    While D.C. health care may be at a turning point, leaders say persistent gaps remain.
  • Proposed Peace Corps commemorative gets a new look in wake of critical reviews


    Hopefully a second time's the charm for the Peace Corps. The Peace Corps Commemorative Foundation has unveiled its latest design for a memorial in the District after the first concept faced pointed pushback from multiple planning bodies. Significant changes were made, and the Commission of Fine Arts took an initial look at the newest concept Thursday morning. "Once we get through this process of creating the design concept and getting that blessing, we'll move into design development and pinning…