Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 04/09/2015

DRS Lands Potential $440M in Navy Submarine Electronic, Comm Tech IDIQs

DRS Technologies will build new electronic equipment and update voice communications systems on U.S. Navy vessels under two contracts worth up to $440 million combined. The Finmeccanica subsidiary said Wednesday one of those indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts it signed with the Navy will move the company into a prime contractor role with the service branch…
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CAE Books $176M in Q4 Flight Simulator, Training Support Contracts; Gene Colabatistto Comments

CAE has been awarded approximately $175.6 million in contracts from U.S. and international defense customers during the fourth quarter of its 2015 fiscal year to provide flight simulation and training platforms…
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Anne Altman: Army Taps IBM Hybrid Cloud for Logistics Data Center

The U.S. Army has adopted an IBM Hybrid Cloud to add analytics and mobile functions to the branch’s Logistics Support Activity, a service that provides data support to decision makers in Army missions around the world…
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Army Orders $495M in Rockwell Collins Helicopter Software, System Services

The U.S. Army has awarded a five-year, $494,999,925 order dependent contract to Rockwell Collins (NYSE: COL) for software and system development services on helicopters. Work under the contract could also cover foreign military sales requirements, the Defense Department said Tuesday
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Drone Aviation to Provide Aerostat Equipment to Army; Felicia Hess Comments

Drone Aviation Holding Corp. will provide the U.S. Army with aerostat-related equipment for the service’s Blimp in a Box systems to support mobile communications and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance operations…
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