Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 04/07/2017

State Dept OKs $319M Air Base Facility Construction Support Deal With Kuwait

The State Department has cleared Kuwait’s request to procure construction services in support of the establishment of various facilities at the country’s Al Mubarak air base under a potential $319 million foreign military sales agreement…
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DRT Awarded $52M to Help Labor Dept Build Cloud-Based Workers’ Compensation System

DRT Strategies has won a seven-year, $52 million contract to build a cloud-based enterprise platform for a Labor Department office that administers disability compensation programs for certain employees and their dependents…
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Navy OKs Revolution Lighting’s LED Tube Offering for Seafaring Vessels

Revolution Lighting Technologies‘ light-emitting diode tube offering has been certified by the U.S. Navy as compliant with the military standard and for use in the service branch’s fleet…
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NASA to Award Funds for 22 Space Exploration Tech Proposals

NASA will award up to $625,000 in total funds to 22 early-stage technology proposals that aim to support future human and robotic exploration missions as well as boost aerospace systems development and operations…
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Raytheon to Continue BMD Radar Gallium Nitride Tech Devt for MDA; Dave Gulla Comments

Raytheon has received a $10 million contract modification from the Missile Defense Agency to continue to develop hardware and software that will incorporate gallium nitride technology into a ballistic missile defense radar system…
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Former Boeing Corporate Dev’t Director Dylan Wolin to Head M&A Strategy at AAR

Dylan Wolin, formerly director for corporate development at Boeing, has joined aviation and expeditionary service provider AAR as vice president for strategy and acquisitions. He has approximately 20 years of professional experience and will be in charge of AAR’s efforts to analyze opportunities for mergers and acquisitions to drive strategic growth, the company said Thursday…
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IARPA to Host Proposers Day on Geosynchronous Earth Orbit Imaging Program

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity will hold a Proposers Day on May 11 in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area to discuss a program that seeks to develop ground-based imaging approaches for objects in the geosynchronous Earth orbit…
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CAE Authorized to Link KC-135 Simulators With Air Force Distributed Training Center Network

CAE‘s U.S. subsidiary has received authorization from the U.S. Air Force to connect company-built KC-135 Stratotanker simulators to the service branch’s Distributed Training Center Network…
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Hologic Secures $721M Radiology System, Training IDIQ Contract From DLA

Hologic (Nasdaq: HOLX) has won a potential 10-year, $721.1 million contract from the Defense Logistics Agency to supply radiology systems, accessories and training services to U.S. military branches and federal civilian agencies…
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BAE Unit to Extend USAF Air Vehicle Planning System Support

A business unit of BAE Systems has received a $42.9 million contract modification from the U.S. Air Force to provide additional support for an air vehicle planning system. The modification will also increase contract ceiling to authorize the procurement of continued maintenance and sustainment activities; development activities; onsite support requirements; and required modifications to Army Prepositioned Stock weapons, the Defense Department said Thursday…
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VIDEO: Northrop Grumman Unmanned Ground Vehicles – Local Presence – Global Reach

Northrop Grumman has the heritage of providing unmanned solutions for over 35 years with more than 2000 systems in operation around the world. Northrop Grumman’s Coventry facility in the UK designs, manufactures, and supports unmanned ground vehicles (UGV) and tele-operated systems for its customers around the world…
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