Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 01/20/2016

Lockheed Gets $100M IRS Submission Processing System Update Contract

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) will help to update the Internal Revenue Service‘s processing systems for paper tax filings, remittances and information returns under a five-year, $100 million contract…
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David Lee Named Vistronix Intelligence, Digital Data President; John Hassoun Comments

David Lee, formerly vice president of strategy and operations at Noblis NSP, has joined software development and analytics contractor Vistronix as president of the intelligence and digital data business…
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FAA Extends Cyber Support Contract With CSRA Subsidiary, Plans to Solicit New Proposals in February

The Federal Aviation Administration has extended its contract with SRA International, a subsidiary of technology services contractor CSRA, to continue to provide support services for the FAA’s security operations center…
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DARPA to Hold Proposers Days on Implantable Neural Interface Program; Phillip Alvelda Comments

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency will conduct Proposers Days on Feb. 2 and 3 to discuss its Neural Engineering System Design program with potential contractors. DARPA’s NESD initiative seeks to develop implantable neural interface systems that will work to facilitate information transfer and signal resolution between the human brain and digital networks, the agency said Tuesday…
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Northrop, MACOM Enter Radar Array Development Partnership; Thomas Jones, Jack Kennedy Comment

Northrop Grumman has partnered with M/A-COM Technology Solutions Holdings to develop and produce radar arrays intended for use in defense platforms and related programs. MACOM will use its active antenna platform to manufacture radar systems under the teaming agreement with Northrop, MACOM said Tuesday…
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Iris ID Provides Biometrics Tech for CBP Pilot; Charles Koo Comments

Iris ID has deployed the company’s iris biometric technology for a Customs and Border Protection pilot intended to help identify non-U.S. citizens who pass through the U.S.-Mexico border, Planet Biometrics reported Wednesday…
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GrammaTech to Develop DARPA Software Assurance Assessment Tools; Eric Schulte Comments

GrammaTech has been selected to develop a software assurance assessment system for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency in an effort to help software users determine the effectiveness of their tools…
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Chemring Unit Gets Detection Tech Orders From US Army, Saudi Arabia

A Chemring Group subsidiary has received contracts worth almost $4 million to provide bomb detection systems to the U.S. Army and subsurface object detectors to Saudi Arabia. NIITEK will build technology for the Army to detect underground roadside bombs and improvised explosive devices under the Next-Generation Handheld Multi-Sensor Explosive contract, Chemring said Tuesday…
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