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A Vigor Industrial subsidiary has secured a $35 million to help the U.S. Navy address repair and alteration requirements for the dry-docking selected restricted availability of Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyers. Vigor Marine will support DSRA office spaces, warehousing, lay-down, security, crane operation, utilities, galley services and other ship assets under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite quantity contract, the Defense Department said Friday. Work […] More
A Vigor Industrial subsidiary has received a $19.6 million contract to support repair and alteration work on a U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer. Vigor Marine will support scheduled, selected restricted availability activities for the USS Kidd (DDG 100) as part of the service branch’s Arleigh Burke-class destroyer ship repair program, the Defense Department said Tuesday. Contract work will occur in Everett, Washington, […] More
Karen Dahut serves as executive vice president and head of the strategic innovation group at Booz Allen Hamilton. She had previously led Booz Allen’s analytics capability and the firm's U.S. Navy and Marine Corps business. The retired Naval officer was a comptroller for the Navy's biomedical research institute and is a current board member of the Northern Virginia Technology […] More
Two General Dynamics subsidiaries are among the interested parties in an upcoming U.S. Coast Guard shipbuilding program potentially worth $8.1 billion for up to 25 ships, Defense News reports. According to Christopher Cavas’ report, the San Diego-based NASSCO subsidiary and Maine-based Bath Iron Works are both interested in the Offshore Patrol Cutter program. However, Cavas […] More
In the wake of the WikiLeaks disclosures that tarnished American diplomatic relations and highlighted the issue of the insider threat, many wondered whether leaks can ever be stopped. CACI International Inc‘s Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board Dr. Jack London, who previously called the world a “dangerous place,” talked to The New New Internet […] More
Congressional activity over the 2010 defense budget is heating up. On July 30, the House of Representatives passed a defense spending bill for fiscal year 2010 that included money for four programs the Obama administration opposed. Now it's up to the Senate to come up with a version of the legislation that meets with White […] More
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