Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 11/28/2017

CIA Vet Jeanne Tisinger Named Member of Peraton’s New Advisory Board

Jeanne Tisinger, formerly deputy director for support of CIA, has been named the first member of Peraton‘s newly created advisory board. The company said Tuesday the advisory board, which will comprise government technology executives, will assist in the formation of Peraton’s growth strategy for 2018 onward…
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Engility Wins Navy Aircraft Systems Engineering Recompete; Lynn Dugle Comments

Engility has secured a potential five-year, $30 million contract from the U.S. Navy to help the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division update the service branch’s naval aircraft systems engineering methods…
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SAS CTO Oliver Schabenberger to Add COO Role

Oliver Schabenberger, chief technology officer at SAS Institute, will assume additional duties as chief operating officer at the Cary, North Carolina-based analytics software company beginning on Jan. 1…
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Iron Mountain Adds IT Equipment Disposal Services to GSA Schedule

Iron Mountain has included a suite of information technology asset disposal services in the company’s Schedule 36 contract with the General Services Administration. The company said Tuesday it will offer Secure eWaste and IT Asset Disposition services to help federal customers dispose of outdated technology platforms and devices as they migrate to new systems…
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Rockwell Collins to Supply Display Tech for Intl F-16 Training Programs

Lockheed Martin has selected Rockwell Collins to provide display systems for F-16  flight training programs of two international customers. Rockwell Collins said Monday it will supply custom configurations of the Griffin rear-projection dome equipped with an ingress and egress system, a projector and updated night vision goggle capacities for nighttime training missions…
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BAE, Asco Form Advanced Manufacturing, Eurofighter Typhoon Partnership

BAE Systems and Asco Industries have agreed to partner across the areas of composite materials, additive layer manufacturing, advanced manufacturing and engineering. Both companies will also pursue potential airframe assembly and manufacturing work on Eurofighter Typhoon should Belgium pick the aircraft to replace its fleet of F-15 fighter jets, BAE said Nov…
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Meopta, Saab Sign MoU to Produce Components for BAE Systems-Built Infantry Fighting Vehicle

Czech Republic-based optical specialist Meopta has inked a memorandum of understanding with Saab to help produce components for the fire control system of BAE Systems‘ infantry fighting vehicle…
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Harris to Provide Satellite Data from NOAA Weather Satellite to Acquisition Consulting Firm

Ki Ho Military Acquisition Consulting has selected Harris to deliver a system that can provide real-time satellite data collected from the latest National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration weather satellite…
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CGI Unveils Germany-Based Security Operations Center

CGI has launched a new security operations center in Germany designed to offer global information technology security services for commercial and public sector clients. The company said Monday local cybersecurity experts will support the new Germany-based SOC which will monitor and assess organizations’ data and networks to determine and support security risk remediation…
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Deltek: Federal Cloud Spending via NIH CIO-CS GWAC Reached $28M in FY 2015-2017

A new Deltek report says federal agencies spent a total of $28.3 million on cloud platforms and services from fiscal 2015 to fiscal 2017 through the National Institutes of Health’s Chief Information Officer IT Commodities and Solutions governmentwide acquisition contract vehicle…
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Lockheed Reports Nearly $200M in C-130 Maintenance, Training Contracts

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has secured six contracts worth up to $198.4 million combined to deliver C-130 Hercules aircraft training systems and maintenance services to multiple Defense Department clients…
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General Dynamics Secures $60M Army Ammo Production Contract

General Dynamics‘ ordnance and tactical systems unit has been awarded a potential $59.9 million contract for the delivery of 30mm x 173mm ammunition to the U.S. Army. The Defense Department said Monday the company will supply armour-piercing fin-stabilized discarding-sabot along with tracer cartridges under the firm-fixed-price contract…
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VIDEO: F-35 Flight SIM – LSO Station

Interview with Commander Nath Gray, Royal Navy F-35 pilot – the first pilot to land aboard the HMS Queen Elizabeth in 2018.
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