Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 11/16/2016

Vencore to Extend GSA Public Building IT Service Support; Mac Curtis Comments

Vencore has landed a potential five-year, $27 million re-compete contract for continued support on the General Services Administration‘s Public Buildings Information Technology Service. Vencore said Tuesday the contract covers services such as J2EE, …
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Natl Security Market Vet Susan Holley Named SC3 Business Devt SVP; David Page Comments

Susan Holley, a 26-year national security services industry veteran, has joined SC3 as senior vice president of business development at the Alexandria, Virginia-based technology and consulting services contractor…
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Boeing Unveils Defense Segment Facility, Workload Consolidation Plan

Boeing will consolidate facilities and move workloads across Los Angeles County, St. Louis and Huntsville, Alabama as part of a realignment within the company’s defense segment. The company said Tuesday it plans to reduce 4…
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Maximus Plans New Hampton, VA Customer Support Center; Richard Montoni Comments

Maximus plans to invest $1.87 million to build a customer support center in Hampton, Virginia that will support the company’s government contracts across the U.S. and expects the project to create about 189 jobs in the city, Virginia Gov…
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AeroVironment Unveils Integrated Drone & Data Analytics Platform

AeroVironment has unveiled an integrated commercial information system comprised of a drone and a cloud-based data analytics platform that will work to generate actionable intelligence in real time…
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Joe Armstrong Named Canada Defense & Security VP, GM at CAE; Gene Colabatistto Comments

Joe Armstrong, formerly director of training and operational solutions at CAE, has been appointed vice president and general manager of the company’s defense and security business unit in Canada. He will oversee several programs such as the NATO Flying Training in Canada program, systems engineering support for the CF-18 fleet, Halifax Class Modernization initiative and the Maritime Helicopter Program, CAE said Tuesday…
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Air Force Officers Stephen Clark, Peter Gersten Appointed to New Roles

U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Stephen Clark, special assistant to the deputy chief of staff for strategic plans and requirements, and Maj. Gen. Peter Gersten, deputy assistant secretary for programs at the Office of the Assistant Secretary, have been assigned to new roles within the Defense Department…
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CH2M to Support West Africa Health Security Efforts Under DTRA, Stratcom Contract

CH2M has received a $35 million contract from the Defense Threat Reduction Agency and U.S. Strategic Command‘s Center for Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction to aid both organizations’ efforts to help mitigate infectious diseases in West Africa…
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Lockheed’s Marillyn Hewson Talks Govt-Industry Partnership’s Role in ‘Innovative Entrepreneurship’ at Canadian Aerospace Summit

Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson has said the Canadian government and the aerospace and defense industry should promote entrepreneurship, seek opportunities in emerging markets and create a pipeline of science, technology, engineering and math professionals to advance innovation…
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Rolls-Royce, Air Force Establish Global Hawk UAV Engine Depot in Oklahoma

Rolls-Royce and the U.S. Air Force have established a maintenance facility for the service branch’s Global Hawk unmanned aerial vehicles at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma as part of a public-private partnership…
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Air Force Seeks Industry Info on Electromagnetic Battle Mgmt Systems

The U.S. Air Force has asked industry to provide information on new electromagnetic battle management platforms that will work to provide command-and-control and situational awareness functions for warfighters…
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