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Raytheon has partnered with CSRA, General Dynamics, and Leidos to compete for a contract to sustain the U.S. Army‘s training devices and digital ranges worldwide. The Raytheon-led team also includes 17 small businesses and proposed the InSITE information management system to the Army Training Aids, Devices, Simulators and Simulations Maintenance Program, Raytheon said Tuesday. InSITE is designed to help users access maintenance and program data such as information […] More
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has awarded RRDS a 10-month, $10 million firm-fixed-price contract to provide bullet resistant panels to nearly 900 military recruiting stations across U.S. states and territories. RRDS said Wednesday it will produce, deliver and offer warranty and installation services for UL-Level 8 cubicle panels designed to comply with set safety, durability, dimensions, design, ergonomics […] More
The defense sector trade group Aerospace Industries Association has elected new members its executive board of governors for 2017 that includes at least 20 government contracting industry leaders. AIA said Thursday Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg was chosen to serve as the association’s chairman of the board and Raytheon chief executive Thomas Kennedy was elected vice chairman. David Melcher was reappointed […] More
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers wants industry partners to support a potential $80 million Defense Department investment for physical security updates at close to 900 recruiting centers across 70 metropolitan areas, Military Times reported Wednesday. Jeff Schogol writes the Corps plans to install cubical walls with ballistic protection at a capacity to stop 7.62-millimeter rounds as well as visual identification features, […] More
DTECH Labs, a subsidiary under Cubic Global Defense, will now offer a full two-year extended warranty on all of the company’s ruggedized Mobile Modular Micro-Secure Enclave network communications products. The warranty looks to provide customers with reliable equipment that can be used by customers at any time, Cubic said Wednesday Mike Barthlow, Cubic Mission Solutions vice president […] More
Iron Mountain has opened a new record storage, shredding and document imaging facility in Spokane, Washington to serve the area“™s business community. The company said Thursday the 40,000 square foot establishment features a total storage capacity of 416,000 cubic feet, on-site imaging on demand and information destruction services. Ben Whitley, an Iron Mountain district manager, […] More
A team of contractors led by an L-3 Communications division will deliver warfighter readiness and training research services to the U.S. Air Force under a seven-year, $200 million contract awarded in April. L-3 Link Simulation and Training will collaborate with Cubic‘s global defense unit, Ball Aerospace and Leidos to develop technology that will work to create wide-spectrum readiness features, Cubic said Monday. “As part […] More
United Launch Alliance and Bigelow Aerospace have formed a partnership to build and launch habitable volumes into low Earth orbit in an effort to support research efforts in space. Bigelow Aerospace plans to integrate the habitable volumes with the B330 expandable module and launch the module onboard the Boeing–Lockheed Martin joint venture ULA“™s Atlas V […] More
The National Association of Corporate Directors has gathered retired and current military officers during its annual From Battlefield to Boardroom program intended to help soldiers transition to the private sector. With support from KPMG and CACI International, the program provides insights on the roles and responsibilities of a corporate director and discusses oversight and stakeholder management issues, […] More
An Iron Mountain records storage and shredding facility in Illinois has received approval from the National Archives and Records Administration for compliance with federal records storage regulations. The company said Wednesday the Hanover Park facility is its eighth NARA-compliant storage and shredding services operations branch, which brings Iron Mountain’s total compliant storage space to 5.2 million cubic […] More
Iron Mountain will open a new center Tuesday that will store government records for federal agencies that seek to comply with policies to reduce their physical footprints. Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-Va.) is scheduled to attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the federal records facility in Sterling, Virginia, Iron Mountain said Wednesday. “A well-managed offsite records management program creates more efficiency […] More
Rick Lober serves as vice president and general manager of Hughes Network Systems‘ defense and intelligence systems division, an organization that delivers satellite communication technologies and services to defense and intelligence agencies. In this capacity, he manages a portfolio of fixed Ku, Ka and X band very small aperture terminals as well as mobilesat and […] More
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