Posts from GovConDaily for 10/18/2017

AFRL, Harvard Develop Stretchable Electronics Manufacturing Process

The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory and Harvard University’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering have jointly developed a new three-dimensional printing process to manufacture stretchable and flexible electronics…
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ULA-Bigelow Aerospace Team to Launch Lunar Expandable Space Habitat in 2022

Bigelow Aerospace has teamed with United Launch Alliance to launch an outfitted expandable module in 2022 to serve as a lunar depot or habitat. ULA said Tuesday it will launch B330 onboard a Vulcan 562 configuration rocket to low Earth orbit, where Bigelow Aerospace will outfit the module as well as assess its capacities as a habitat…
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Lockheed Supports NATO Ballistic Missile Defense Tests in Atlantic Ocean

Lockheed Martin has assisted the U.S. Navy and the Missile Defense Agency in a series of ballistic missile defense tests in the Atlantic Ocean during the Formidable Shield 2017 naval exercise that involved eight NATO member nations…
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AVST, collab9 Unveil Joint Cloud Unified Communications Platform

Applied Voice & Speech Technologies has integrated a unified communications technology with collab9 with cloud-based UC infrastructure to offer a UC-as-a-service platform to government organizations…
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Leonardo Subsidiary Wins Navy Contract for Instrument Landing Systems

Leonardo‘s Selex ES subsidiary has won a potential $20.9 million contract to supply instrument landing systems to the U.S. Navy. The contract was awarded through a competitive procurement process and covers 31 Model 2100 instrument landing systems along with collocated distance measuring equipment, Leonardo said Monday…
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F-35 Gets Clearance to Lift Off From UK Aircraft Carrier

The Lockheed Martin-built F-35 fighter aircraft has received clearance to launch from the U.K. navy’s aircraft carrier – HMS Queen Elizabeth – after an integrated test force completed a series of ski-ramp trials…
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Lockheed Gets Navy Order to Support UK’s F-35B Carrier Flight Tests

Lockheed Martin has received an $11.6 million delivery order from the U.S. Navy to support the first round of flight tests and issuance of military permit for an F-35B aircraft to launch from the U…
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Battelle to Help Produce Coal Ash-Based Rare Earth Oxides Under DOE Project

Battelle has teamed up with Rare Earth Salts on a potential $875,000 Energy Department project to produce rare earth oxides derived from coal ash. Battelle said Tuesday it will combine its acid digestion process with RES’ novel separation technique to generate rare earth oxide products from coal fly ash sources with a purity of at least 90 percent under the project…
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Orbital ATK to Modify Italy’s Anti-Radiation Missile System Under Navy FMS Contract Option

Orbital ATK has received an $18 million U.S. Navy contract option to convert AGM-88 anti-radiation missiles from a high-speed configuration into a guided all-up-round model for the Italian government…
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VIDEO: Presenting the Financial Integrity Network

Presenting the Financial Integrity Network​: FIN delivers an array of strategic, advisory, and technical services to a diverse and select group of governments, financial institutions, and sectoral clients…
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