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Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, senior vice president of government strategy and policy for Inmarsat Government, has been reappointed to serve on the Mobile Satellite Users Association’s board of directors. MSUA works to promote exchange of ideas, information and news among providers and customers of mobility communications, navigation and safety platforms, the association said Thursday. Other individuals elected to the MSUA […] More
When working with U.S. government agencies on defining next-generation space technologies, industry leaders across the board are all hands on-deck. SSL Government Systems, for instance, is helping the U.S. Air Force test the security of hosting payloads on commercial satellites; researching power and propulsion for NASA“™s Deep Space gateway; developing concepts for advanced military satellite […] More
Rick Ambrose, executive vice president of space systems segment at Lockheed Martin, will receive the Peter B. Teets Award from the National Defense Industrial Association in recognition of his contribution to the space systems sector, the Denver Post reported Thursday. NDIA“™s space division will present the award to Ambrose during the awards dinner event to […] More
Research and Markets predicts that the radar security market will continue growth to reach a value of $25.17 billion by 2022 at a compound annual growth rate of 5.9 percent as demand for the technology increases. Countries interested in radar security systems to protect their borders and critical infrastructure will help drive market growth, the market research company said […] More
The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded a five-year, $28.3 million contract to Lockheed Martin to provide technical support for air traffic control radar systems. Lockheed said Tuesday it will perform analysis, design, development and test services for the Microprocessor-En Route Automated Radar Tracking System as part of the contract. Micro-EARTS works to receive and integrate air traffic data from multiple surveillance systems and display the […] More
The U.S. Postal Service could receive a proposal on its future delivery vehicles that offers the capability to launch drones to help in delivering packages, Federal Times reported Tuesday. Andy Medici writes that Workhorse Group proposes the use of an all-electric delivery truck with functions that enable it to launch drones, with the aim of completing the delivery route in […] More
A MicroMarket Monitor report forecasts the North American security and surveillance radar market to be worth up to $2.03 billion in 2019, a compound annual growth rate of 4.64 percent over the next five years. The market research firm said Sunday that the region would keep its status as the top spender on security and surveillance radar systems, […] More
GovCon Wire, ExecutiveBiz’s sister site and lead wire service for the Executive Mosaic digital media umbrella, has covered more than 25 moves in August directly affecting the U.S. government marketplace. And people say August is a slow news month! We have summarized and listed seven of the most recent moves GovCon Wire has covered spanning […] More
Boeing has received approval from the Defense Information Systems Agency and General Services Administration to provide government agencies satellite communications services, the company announced Wednesday. Through the Future COMSATCOM Services Acquisition program, the company will offer U.S. customers fixed and mobile transponded and subscription services. DRS Technical Services and Hughes Network Systems recently won positions […] More
Raymond “Ray“ Rafaels has been named AMERICAN SYSTEMS’ vice president of Identity Management and Information Assurance, and will in that capacity lead the company“™s IMIA business and help develop the cybersecurity systems engineering business division. President and CEO William C. Hoover noted the battlefield of the future will be in cyberspace, “making it imperative that […] More
It“™s no secret these are uncertain times for many in the government contracting space. With the upcoming U.S. presidential election, many companies are holding their breath, wondering how a change in administration will affect their budgets and staff. Weathering the uncertainty is no easy task. But many of the areas top CFOs and finance executives […] More
Employee-owned companies – or those majority-owned by employees through a Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP), Profit Sharing Trust or Stock Purchase Plan – barely register as a percentage of all U.S. companies. Many tend to be clustered in consumer-facing market segments (i.e. – supermarkets, fast food), but if you look at the 100 largest (by […] More
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