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Louisa Jaffe on Her 5-Year Outlook for TAPE, Advice for Emerging GovCon Firms

Louisa Jaffe on Her 5-Year Outlook for TAPE, Advice for Emerging GovCon Firms

Louisa Jaffe and her husband Bill founded Alexandria, Virginia-headquartered government contractor Technical and Project Engineering – also known as TAPE – in 2003. Nearly a decade later, TAPE has employees in 15… Read more »

Study: ISR Key Factor in Electronic Warfare Tech Spending Through 2024

Study: ISR Key Factor in Electronic Warfare Tech Spending Through 2024

Strategic Defence Intelligence expects the growing demand for ISR systems and military technology advancements to fuel growth of the electronic warfare technology market over the next 10 years. The global… Read more »

Frost & Sullivan: Europe, APAC to Help Drive Military UAV Demand Through 2022

Frost & Sullivan: Europe, APAC to Help Drive Military UAV Demand Through 2022

Revenues of the global military unmanned aerial vehicles market are projected to grow from $3.87 billion last year to $5.26 billion by 2022, according to a report by Frost &… Read more »

Inmarsat Unveils Military Satcom Service Offerings; Peter Hadinger Comments

Inmarsat Unveils Military Satcom Service Offerings; Peter Hadinger Comments

Inmarsat has started offering wideband communications services to U.S. military customers through the company’s mobile satellite networks. The Inmarsat-5 Global Xpress satcom coverage has been expanded to deliver Ka-band connectivity… Read more »

Praescient Analytics Compiles Video Demos of Workflows on Website

Praescient Analytics Compiles Video Demos of Workflows on Website

Praescient Analytics has unveiled a new page on its website that is for the public to view video demonstrations of the company’s workflows on projects that support government, military, law enforcement, intelligence and commercial… Read more »

Study: Demand for Military Electro-Optical IR Tech to Increase Over Next Decade

Study: Demand for Military Electro-Optical IR Tech to Increase Over Next Decade

An ASDReports.com report estimates the market value for military electro-optical and infrared systems stands at about $8.38 billion and would continue to grow for the next 10 years. The business… Read more »

ENSCO’s Tom Burns Discusses Lessons Learned From His Military Career and Previous Leadership Roles

ENSCO’s Tom Burns Discusses Lessons Learned From His Military Career and Previous Leadership Roles

Thomas Burns recently spoke about his time in the U.S. Air Force and the business skills he acquired from his previous roles before joining ENSCO as president and CEO, the… Read more »

Ed Spitler: Airbus, Inmarsat to Continue Global Xpress Reseller Partnership

Ed Spitler: Airbus, Inmarsat to Continue Global Xpress Reseller Partnership

Airbus Defense and Space will offer its channel partners and customers in the U.S. government and military sectors access to Inmarsat‘s Global Xpress broadband satellite service under a new reseller agreement between… Read more »

Air Force Evaluates Raytheon Receiver in Jamming Environment

Air Force Evaluates Raytheon Receiver in Jamming Environment

The U.S. Air Force operated its military-code GPS signal in a jamming environment by using a Raytheon-designed receiver as the branch sought to test navigation and jamming levels. Raytheon’s Miniaturized Airborne GPS… Read more »

DoD Turns to Private Sector for Spectrum Mgmt Aid; Frederick Moorefield Comments

DoD Turns to Private Sector for Spectrum Mgmt Aid; Frederick Moorefield Comments

The Defense Department is seeking concepts from the private sector to manage electromagnetic spectrum usage with the goal of fulfilling bandwidth requirements of the military, SIGNAL Magazine reported July 1…. Read more »

Dave Schmitz: Cubic Aims to Help Italian Army Extend Training System Service Life

Dave Schmitz: Cubic Aims to Help Italian Army Extend Training System Service Life

Cubic Corp.’s defense systems segment has won contract worth at least $12 million contract to provide training and maintenance services for the Italian army. Cubic Defense Systems will work to develop… Read more »

Chris Reith: Exelis to Back UK’s Tactical Radio Transition Under General Dynamics Subcontract

Chris Reith: Exelis to Back UK’s Tactical Radio Transition Under General Dynamics Subcontract

General Dynamics‘ UK arm has awarded two five-year subcontracts to Exelis for engineering and logistics work on very high frequency, ultra high frequency and tactical radios for the British defense… Read more »

William Shelton: Air Force Working to Certify SpaceX as Launch Contractor

William Shelton: Air Force Working to Certify SpaceX as Launch Contractor

Air Force Gen. William Shelton has said the branch continues to move forward with efforts to certify SpaceX as a contractor to compete for satellite launch work, Reuters reported Wednesday. Andrea… Read more »

Marcus Collier: General Dynamics IT Wins $63M to Develop Healthcare Billing System

Marcus Collier: General Dynamics IT Wins $63M to Develop Healthcare Billing System

General Dynamics Information Technology, a business unit of General Dynamics, has won a $63 million contract to develop, implement and maintain a healthcare billing system for the service branches, the company… Read more »

MarketsandMarkets: Military Comms Market to Reach $30B in 2019

MarketsandMarkets: Military Comms Market to Reach $30B in 2019

MarketsandMarkets predicts the worldwide military communications market to grow from $18.46 billion in 2014 to $30.12 billion in 2019. The increase represents a compound annual growth rate of 7.2 percent, MarketsandMarkets said Monday…. Read more »

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