Posts from GovConWire for 08/28/2015

Boeing to Provide FRP Lot II P-8As to Navy, Australian AF For $1.5B

Boeing (NYSE: BA) will deliver nine full-rate production Lot II P-8A Poseidon military aircraft to the U.S. Navy and four to the Australian air force under a $1.49 billion contract modification. The Defense Department said Thursday the award also includes an order for long-lead parts for 16 FRP Lot III P-8A aircraft to the Navy and four to Australia…
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SAP NS2 Vet Training Program Shifts Focus to Analytics; Mark Testoni Comments

The SAP National Security Services training program for veterans is moving forward to its fourth session with an analytics-focused curriculum in response to feedback from prospective employers, FCW reported Thursday
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Systek, Savantage Added to $461M Army IDIQ for Program Mgmt Services

Systems Technologies and Savantage Solutions have joined the list of awardees on a U.S. Army program management services contract, worth up to $461 million over five years, the Defense Department said Thursday
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SAIC to Sustain US Navy MH-60 Weapon Systems

Science Applications International Corp. has received an $11,838,878 contract from the U.S. Navy to maintain the military’s MH-60 weapon systems. SAIC will perform the contract in support of MH60R and MH60S helicopter productions for the Navy and overseas government customers Australia, Brazil, Denmark and  Saudi Arabia through the foreign military sales program, the Defense Department saidThursday
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Lockheed Martin Lands US Air Force Common Ground Architecture Contract Modification

Lockheed Martin has received a $10,071,486 contract modification from the U.S. Air Force to further the service’s common ground architecture implementation work. Lockheed Martin will assist the Air Force in surveillance tasking and space-based infrared systems refactoring to help extend the capabilities of the Naval Research Laboratory’s Neptune CGA, the Defense Department said Thursday
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August 27 Market Close: GovCon Index, US Stocks Extend Rebound on GDP & Job Data

The GovCon Index extended its recovery to a second consecutive day on Thursday with a gain of 1.326 percent to 72.815. Overall, the Index has regained 4.59 percent of its losses from the recent six-day stretch of declines that mirrored larger U…
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