Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 11/22/2016

Boeing Appoints Stanley Deal New CEO of Commercial-Defense Global Services Org

Stanley Deal, a 30-year aerospace industry veteran and a senior vice president at Boeing (NYSE: BA), has been named president and CEO of a newly-established global services business unit that brings together functions from the Chicago-based company’s commercial and defense segments…
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James Mattis Shortlisted for Defense Secretary Post

James Mattis, retired U.S. Marine Corps general, is among the top candidates as the next defense secretary under president-elect Donald Trump’s incoming administration, CNN reported Monday. The channel noted that the National Defense Authorization Act will prevent Mattis from an immediate appointment to the defense secretary position unless he receives a waiver from Congress…
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Iron Mountain Details Executive Transition Series; Tasos Tsolakis to Leave Company

Tasos Tsolakis, executive vice president and chief information and global services officer at Iron Mountain (NYSE: IRM), will leave the Boston-based storage and information management services provider on March 31, 2017 in a series of executive transitions at the company…
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NASA Chief Charles Bolden, Russian Counterpart Discuss Continued Space Cooperation

NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and Igor Komarov, head of Russia’s national space organization Roscosmos, have discussed further cooperation on space activities between the U.S. and Russia, Space News reported Monday…
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Air Force Medical Service Continues EHR Development Work

The Air Force Medical Service is working to develop a new electronic health record that can offer soldiers real-time data to help deliver treatment to wounded personnel deployed in harsh or isolated environments…
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Sauer to Construct Navy Littoral Combat Ship Operational Training Facility

Sauer has secured a $25 million contract from the Naval Facilities Engineering Command to build a Littoral Combat Ship operational training facility at Naval Station Mayport in Florida. The U.S. Navy said Monday the facility will be equipped with systems trainers, simulators, classrooms, personnel support space, a high-bay operational training area and applied instruction space to facilitate crew training for Freedom-class ships…
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Deloitte’s Orlando Tech Center Expansion Seeks to Add Up to 850 Jobs

Deloitte plans to expand the professional services firm’s U.S. Technology Delivery Center in Orlando, Florida and hire software development, system analysis and information technology workers as part of the expansion initiative, the Orlando Economic Development Commission reported Thursday…
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General Dynamics to Build Ship Monitoring Platforms, Processors Under Navy Contract Modification

The U.S. Navy has awarded General Dynamics a potential 20-month, $7.2 million contract modification to produce technology insertion-16 Total Ship Monitoring Systems and multipurpose processors. General Dynamics’ mission systems business will perform work in Virginia and Massachusetts through July 2018, the Defense Department said Monday…
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Vectrus Subsidiary to Extend Operations Support at Maxwell Air Force Base

The U.S. Air Force ‘s 42nd Contracting Squadron has awarded Vectrus a $20 million contract modification to help the service branch manage operations of the Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, Alabama…
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Veritas Updates Cloud-Based Data Archiving Platform for Govt Clients

Veritas Technologies has launched a new version of its software-as-a-service data archiving platform for government customers to manage email records electronically. Enterprise Vault 12.1 is designed to help federal agencies comply with the Managing Government Records Directive as well as support the National Archives and Records Administration‘s Capstone approach for email management, Veritas said Wednesday…
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General Atomics Lands Air Force Contract Modification for MQ-9 Reaper ER Retrofit Kits

A General Atomics subsidiary has received a potential two-year, $39.8 million contract modification from the U.S. Air Force to produce, install and deliver retrofit kits for the extended-range variant of the MQ-9 Reaper remotely piloted aircraft…
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