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Daniel Keefe: ManTech to Help Navy Personnel Train on Computer-, Web-Based Platform

Daniel Keefe: ManTech to Help Navy Personnel Train on Computer-, Web-Based Platform

ManTech International has been awarded a $33.6 million contract to provide training resources for U.S. Navy personnel stationed in remote locations. Daniel Keefe, president and chief operating officer of ManTech’s mission… Read more »

Huntington Ingalls Hands Assault Ship ‘America’ to Navy

Huntington Ingalls Hands Assault Ship ‘America’ to Navy

Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ shipbuilding division has turned over the assault ship America to the U.S. Navy after the completion of sea trials in February. The commissioning crew will then begin… Read more »

Tom Watson: SAIC Continues to Help Navy Train Sailors on New, Legacy Systems

Tom Watson: SAIC Continues to Help Navy Train Sailors on New, Legacy Systems

Science Applications International Corp. has been selected to help the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific train sailors on existing and legacy systems under a $35 million multiple-award contract…. Read more »

Jacobs-HDR JV Wins $60M to Construct Naval Facilities; Tom McDuffie Comments

Jacobs-HDR JV Wins $60M to Construct Naval Facilities; Tom McDuffie Comments

A joint venture between Jacobs Engineering Group and HDR has been awarded a potential five-year, $60 million contract to provide engineering services to U.S. Navy facilities at various sites worldwide. The joint venture will work to… Read more »

Dennis Kelly: A-T Solutions to Help Navy Train Joint Forces in Countering IEDs

Dennis Kelly: A-T Solutions to Help Navy Train Joint Forces in Countering IEDs

A-T Solutions has been selected to help train naval joint forces in combating improvised explosive devices under a $23.5 million U.S. Navy contract. The company will provide support services to the… Read more »

John Heller: PAE to Support Naval Training Center Under $167M Contract

John Heller: PAE to Support Naval Training Center Under $167M Contract

PAE has won a potential $167 million contract to provide range operation, maintenance and logistics services to a U.S. Navy training center, the company said Tuesday. The Arlington,Va.-based company intends… Read more »

Paul Dillahay: ASRC Federal to Help Navy Researchers Manage Tracking Facility

Paul Dillahay: ASRC Federal to Help Navy Researchers Manage Tracking Facility

ASRC Federal’s space and defense division will help operate spacecraft and facilities for the Naval Research Laboratory under a potential five-year, $40 million contract. The Charles County, Md.-based Blossom Point… Read more »

General Dynamics Embeds Open Architecture into New Navy Combat Ship; Carlo Zaffanella Comments

General Dynamics Embeds Open Architecture into New Navy Combat Ship; Carlo Zaffanella Comments

General Dynamics’ information systems division has integrated its open architecture computing infrastructure into the U.S. Navy’s newly-minted Independence-variant Littoral Combat Ship. The company’s open architecture is built to function as… Read more »

Eid Passport to Help Navy Manage Site Visitor Credentials; Steve Larson Comments

Eid Passport to Help Navy Manage Site Visitor Credentials; Steve Larson Comments

Eid Passport has been selected to continue its identity management work for the U.S. Navy’s access control system. The company’s technology will be integrated into the Navy Commercial Access Control… Read more »

Cobham to Build Electronic Jamming System Transmitters for US Navy, Australia

Cobham to Build Electronic Jamming System Transmitters for US Navy, Australia

Cobham will develop low-band transmitters for electronic jamming systems used by the U.S. Navy and Australian forces under a $21.8 million contract modification, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Monday. John Keller… Read more »

Jacobs Engineering to Design Naval Engineering Command Facilities; Tom McDuffie Comments

Jacobs Engineering to Design Naval Engineering Command Facilities; Tom McDuffie Comments

Jacobs Engineering Group will work to design and construct facilities for the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps under a five-year contract worth up to $30 million. The company will also provide… Read more »

Marty Jenkins: Lockheed to Build Naval C2ISR System With ‘Real-Time’ View

Marty Jenkins: Lockheed to Build Naval C2ISR System With ‘Real-Time’ View

Lockheed Martin’s information systems and global services business unit will work to consolidate the U.S. Navy’s C2ISR systems (command, control intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance), SEAPOWER Magazine reported Friday. Richard Burgess… Read more »

Neil Albert, Vice Chairman, on MCR’s Evolution and the Uncertainty in GovCon

Neil Albert, Vice Chairman, on MCR’s Evolution and the Uncertainty in GovCon

Neil Albert serves as vice chairman of MCR‘s board of directors where he oversees strategic growth, business development, community outreach and a number of other company functions. The 26-year company… Read more »

Ray Johnson: Lockheed Looks to Mide for Sensor Tech Commercialization

Ray Johnson: Lockheed Looks to Mide for Sensor Tech Commercialization

Lockheed Martin has selected a sensor technology offering built by startup company Mide for installation on the U.S. Navy‘s Aegis weapon system. The novel piezoelectric sensor technology is designed to measure… Read more »

Northrop Marks 100 Growler Electronic Attack Kit Deliveries; Doug Shaffer Comments

Northrop Marks 100 Growler Electronic Attack Kit Deliveries; Doug Shaffer Comments

Northrop Grumman has completed the delivery of 100 airborne electronic attack kits to Boeing, the prime contractor of the U.S. Navy’s Growler aircraft program. The AEA kit is built for troops… Read more »

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