Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 05/20/2015

Cynthia Shelton Joins CenturyLink Gov’t Segment as Special Program Sales VP

Cynthia Shelton, formerly a group vice president at General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), has joined CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) as vice president of special program sales at the company’s government services business area…
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State Dept OKs $2B Bomb Guidance Kit Sale to Israel

The State Department has cleared a potential $1.879 billion foreign military sale of Boeing-built (NYSE: BA) Joint Direct Attack Munition tail kits and related equipment, parts and logistics services to Israel…
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Adam Famularo: Verizon to Train Partners for New Public Sector Channel Program

Verizon‘s enterprise business is expanding its partner program to the public sector by training partners to deliver the company’s services to U.S. government customers, CRN reported Tuesday
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Michael Huerta: FAA Progresses on NextGen Airspace System

Michael Huerta, administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, told the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee on Wednesday that FAA has worked to modernize the U.S’ air traffic control infrastructure, The Hill newspaper reported Tuesday
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Frank Kendall Keeps Close Eye on NDAA Procurement Reform Provisions

Frank Kendall, the Defense Department acquisition chief, is keeping a close eye on 2016 National Defense Authorization Act provisions that relate to decision-making authority over military purchases, Breaking Defense reported Tuesday
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Kenneth Davidson: US Air Force, DARPA Team Up to Develop Scramjet-based Hypersonic Weapon

The U.S. Air Force has partnered with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop a hypersonic weapon based on the Boeing-made X-51 WaveRider scramjet flight demonstrator, Military.com reported Tuesday
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