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Raytheon Co. has won a $33.4 million contract with the U.S. Air Force to modernize satellite communication systems for nuclear missile launch control sites, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Tuesday. John Keller writes Raytheon“™s Marlborough, Mass.-based integrated defense systems segment will install, maintain and transport upgrade components for the minuteman minimum essential emergency communication network […] More
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is launching a project with John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory that will use a massive balloon to get a glimpse of a comet above the skies of New Mexico, the Baltimore Sun reported Sept. 27. Scott Dance writes that the balloon will be equipped with a telescope that will […] More
BAE Systems will help produce hydrogen-powered vehicles as part of a $13.6 million U.S. Department of Transportation program that aims to develop fuel cells for commercial use, Hydrogen Fuel News reported Sept. 16. Alicia Moore writes work on three of eight projects that the DOT selected under the initiative will take place at the HybriDrive Solutions […] More
George Verdon serves as Teradata“™s director of partner management where he works to bridge the federal government’s needs with Teradata“™s technology capabilities. The 20-year industry veteran worked for Xelus Software Division prior to joining Teradata in 2004 and previous held leadership roles at General Electric and Lockheed Martin. In his Q&A with ExecutiveBiz, Verdon discusses a […] More
Northrop Grumman has conducted the final test on a machine designed to launch an intercontinental ballistic missile under a joint project of the company and the U.S. Air Force. The company performed the experiment for a program launched in 2000 that aims to prolong the lifespan of the Minuteman III’s propulsion system rocket engines, Northrop […] More
Boeing has won a $60 million contract to provide the Royal Netherlands Air Force‘s Chinook and Apache helicopters with maintenance and spare parts. Designed to increase flight-hour readiness, the integrated contractor logistics support contract will include RNLAF crew training with the U.S. Army, Boeing said Saturday. “The Boeing and RNLAF teams have partnered to create […] More
As GovCon companies pursue business in adjacent and international markets due to sequestration and federal budget uncertainty, ExecutiveBiz covers the latest contract, partnership and merger and acquisition news of those U.S. companies. Whether it’s firms substantially increasing the amount of work they perform, joining together to find opportunities or establishing training centers, GovCon firms have been actively expanding […] More
Jenny Dean, a former healthcare advisory associate director at KPMG, has joined Harris Corp. as medical director for its healthcare solutions business unit in that company’s Europe, the Middle East and Africa region. Dean will manage Harris’ healthcare products and will provide clinical input to the company, Harris said. The company says she holds 16 years […] More
Boeing and Israel Aerospace Industries have developed a new interceptor missile intending to help update Israel’s national ballistic missile defense system. Along with helping build the Arrow 3 missile, Boeing provides several interceptor components for the in-service Arrow 2 with IAI acting as prime contractor for the Arrow program, Boeing said Monday. IAI is responsible […] More
A Raytheon system designed to integrate into blimp-like balloons detected and tracked four targets mimicking tactical ballistic missiles during a December test in New Mexico, Reuters reports. According to Jim Wolf’s story, the Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Defense Elevated Netted Sensor System has a targeting radar and wide-area surveillance radar designed to give users […] More
A Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) common ground system supporting the Joint Polar Satellite System has added a new satellite provided by Japan’s space agency to its list of environmental missions worldwide. Raytheon said the ground system now supports five missions for the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Defense Department and a Europe-based intergovernmental organization responsible […] More
David Helfgott serves as president and CEO of Inmarsat Government and is responsible for the overall strategy and direction for the wholly-owned subsidiary of Inmarsat. Inmarsat Government is a provider of secure mission-critical communications to the U.S. government market. As a veteran in the satellite communications and Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) technology sector, Helfgott previously served in leadership roles […] More
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