Posts from GovConWire for 01/27/2015

BAE Systems, Information Systems Labs to Develop Naval Target Systems

BAE Systems Information Solutions and Information Systems Laboratories have each won contracts totaling $45 million to develop intelligence exploitation and targeting systems for the U.S. Navy. The companies will also work to field the prototypes and maintain deployed systems, the Defense Department saidMonday
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DeEtte Gray: BAE to Continue Systems Integration Support for Navy

BAE Systems will provide lifecycle engineering and technical support for the U.S. Navy‘s on-shore and at-sea communication and combat systems under a five-year contract potentially worth $146.7 million…
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Heather Crofford Named VP, CFO of Northrop Unit; Ken Bedingfield Comments

Heather Crofford, formerly business management director for the cyber division of Northrop Grumman‘s (NYSE: NOC) information systems business, will serve as vice president and chief financial officer of the enterprise shared services unit beginning March 9
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Marc Parent: CAE Eyes Flight Training Program Expansion with Purchase of Bombardier Unit

CAE (NYSE: CAE) has agreed to buy the military aviation training business of Bombardier for approximately $15.9 million in an effort to further help defense customers train future airmen. The Bombardier unit works with the Royal Canadian Air Force and allied forces as a prime contractor in the NATO Flying Training in Canada platform, CAE said Monday
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January 26 Market Close: GovCon Index Dips, US Stocks Flat

The GovCon Index held relatively level alongside a largely flat U.S. stock market to record a nominal loss of 0.110 points — or 0.152 percent — and close at 74.447 on Monday. Traders considered the results from Greece’s national election that saw an anti-austerity party win 149 out of a 300 possible seats in that country’s parliament and a coming winter storm for the East Coast, according to CNBC…
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