Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 01/26/2017

Executive Mosaic Reveals 2017 Wash100 Inductees: GovCon Arena’s Most Influential Leaders & Voices

As we begin a new and exciting year in the GovCon marketplace, Executive Mosaic announced its selection for the 2017 Wash100. An award that recognizes leaders for outstanding performance throughout government and industry…
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NNSA Issues Honeywell Subsidiary Notice to Proceed for Sandia Labs Mgmt Transition

A subsidiary of Honeywell International (NYSE: HON) has received a notice to proceed from the National Nuclear Security Administration to start the transition efforts for the operation and management of Sandia National Laboratories…
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ARServices Adds Kevin Stenstrom, Donnelle Moten to Senior Leadership Team; Jay McCargo Comments

Kevin Stenstrom and Donnelle Moten have joined ARServices as director of business development and operations director for business transformation services, respectively. Stenstrom joins the Alexandria, Virginia-based management and technology consulting contractor from ASRC Federal, while Moten comes from Technology and Supply Management, ARServices said Wednesday…
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Raytheon Gets $56M Navy Delivery Order to Repair F/A-18 Targeting Pods

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has secured a $56.4 million firm-fixed price delivery order from the U.S. Navy under an existing basic ordering agreement to repair multi-sensor, electro-optical targeting pods that the service branch uses on the F/A-18 aircraft…
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Findyr Founder Anthony Vinci Named NGA Director of Plans and Programs

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has appointed Anthony Vinci, founder of crowdsourced data collection firm Findyr, to succeed Misty Tullar as director of plans and programs at NGA. Vinci will assume his new role Jan…
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NASA, Industry Partners Resume Vibration Tests on James Webb Space Telescope

NASA has restarted vibration tests on the James Webb Space Telescope after demonstrations shut down early on Dec. 3, 2016, due to sensor readings that went beyond predicted levels. The space agency said Wednesday an investigation revealed that the incident was caused by small motions of launch restraint mechanisms that keep one of JWST’s mirror wings folded-up…
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ACT I Lands OASIS SB Task Order on Air Force Ground Satcom Terminal Logistics Support

Advanced Concepts and Technologies International has secured a five-year, $16 million task order to provide logistics services for the AN/TSC-168 TDC Quad-Band  satellite communications terminal of the U…
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Proofpoint’s Cloud-Based Data Archiving Platform Gains FedRAMP Certification; Darren Lee Comments

Proofpoint has obtained Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program certification for a cloud-based technology platform the company developed to help organizations archive and retain information…
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Unisys Introduces Cyber Wargaming Services for Public, Private Sector Clients

Unisys has launched a set of cyber resilience services intended to help government and commercial clients develop threat management policies and procedures through simulation. The company said Wednesday its new service offering incorporates the Defense Department‘s cyber wargaming methodology and standards established by the National Institute of Standards and Technology…
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Raytheon, Leonardo Drop Out of T-X Trainer Program Partnership

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) and Leonardo have decided to end their partnership to compete for the U.S. Air Force’s T-X trainer aircraft program after the companies failed to “reach a business agreement,” Defense News reported Wednesday…
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VIDEO: Boeing Suits Up

Future passengers on the CST-100 Starliner spacecraft now know what they’ll be wearing as they travel to and from low-Earth orbit destinations, like the International Space Station. The new “Boeing Blue” spacesuits were designed to provide crew members with functionality, comfort and protection…
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