Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 09/03/2015

Todd Probert: Raytheon Seeks Colorado Footprint Growth After AF Space Defense Contract Win

Raytheon plans to expand its presence in Colorado Springs, Colorado, after the company won a potential $700 million contract to support North American Aerospace Defense Command operations at the U.S. Air Force‘s Cheyenne Mountain base…
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Arx Pax, NASA to Develop Magnetic-Based Control Device for Microsatellites

NASA has agreed to collaborate with hover engines manufacturer Arx Pax to develop a device that will work to capture, control and maneuver small satellites and other space objects from a distance through a magnetic tether…
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Lockheed to Decontaminate, Perform Post-Flight & Acoustic Tests on Orion

Lockheed Martin will conduct final decontamination, post-flight analysis and acoustic technology tests on the NASA Orion spacecraft that flew on a space mission last year. The space agency said Tuesday it has delivered the crew module from Kennedy Space Center in Florida to Lockheed’s facility in Colorado for the activities…
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Boeing, PGZ to Pursue Polish Military Modernization Work; Jeff Kohler Comments

Boeing and European defense group Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa have partnered to pursue business opportunities in the Polish Armed Forces’ technical modernization plan. Boeing and PGZ member companies will collaborate to maintain defense systems, combine Polish systems with Boeing technologies, integrate PGZ companies into Boeing’s supply chain, and conduct defense research and development activities under the agreement, Boeing said Wednesday
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State Dept Sanctions 5 Russian Companies for Violation of Multilateral Export Control Law

The State Department has barred 23 international companies from doing business in the U.S. after the agency found evidence that the organizations defied the Iran, North Korea and Syria Nonproliferation Act, Defense News reported Wednesday
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Interior Dept Seeks New Deputy CIO

The Interior Department is looking for a new deputy chief information officer who will support the duties, responsibilities and authority of the CIO and the secretary for information management and technology…
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