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A team of scientists from the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Harris Corp. and Atmospheric and Environmental Research have developed a laser-based measurement system to monitor sequestered carbon over a mock storage site. NIST said Wednesday the scientists reported they could discover underground gas leaks within a 16-foot radius regardless of wind conditions through a NIST-developed mathematical model that considers the change […] More
L-3 Communications CEO Michael Strianese has said his work as chairman of the Aerospace Industries Association involves continued efforts to work with Congress and the Defense Department in areas such as budget cuts and innovation. Strianese told Defense News in an interview posted Saturday that AIA seeks to stop sequestration and its impact on U.S. technological advantage due to a lack of investments in research and […] More
Ed Morche leads Level 3 Communications‘ government markets group as its senior vice president and general manager, leading all functional activities in support of the firm’s civilian, defense, intelligence and other customers. In that role, the more-than-20-year telecommunications veteran also sets strategic direction for the firm’s capture strategy for government contracts. Morche recently caught up […] More
Arnold Punaro expects the defense industry to see greater consolidation as a result of sequestration cuts to the Pentagon budget, he told the Washington Post in a story published Monday. Marjorie Censer writes Punaro, the newly-appointed chairman of the National Defense Industrial Association‘s board of directors, also told the newspaper in an interview that the sector prepared […] More
Representatives from government contracting companies and the academic sector have urged lawmakers to act on automatic U.S. budget cuts to head off potential effects on the workforce and the economy, Reuters reported Monday. Andrea Shalal-Esa writes the renewed call follows warnings from the military top brass that the sequester could erode U.S. readiness and impact […] More
In April of this year, John Pranzatelli elevated to the president role at MBDA Inc. – the U.S. arm of the European missile technology firm – close to three years after joining the firm as vice president of strategy and business operations. The more-than-30-year government contracting veteran previously served as VP for finance and business management […] More
The government contracting marketplace so far in 2013 has been one marked by uncertainty, sequestration and a tough budget environment. Through Executive Spotlights, white papers, Potomac Officers Club events and overall media coverage, the ExecutiveBiz team has had the opportunity to gain perspective and insight into how GovCon firms and their leaders are approaching the […] More
Even as contracting job growth has ground to a halt and sequestration has taken effect, D.C. contractors have seen only a small impact this year, the Washington Post reported Wednesday. Marjorie Censer and Jim Tankersley write budget cuts are not affecting contractors as much as the Aerospace Industries Association projected before the sequester took effect. […] More
John Jumper, Science Applications International Corp. chairman and CEO, told the National Press Club Thursday in Washington that contractors are seeking new ways to help their government customers as missions change during sequestration. Jumper also highlighted how companies are seeking growth in adjacent markets and how government market experience can help fulfill demand in those […] More
BAE Systems Plc has entered into a contract to provide Saudi Arabia with fighter jets as part of the company's efforts to grow this year amid sequestration in the United States, This is Money reported. Roger Baird writes BAE Systems has kept Saudi Arabia as its key customer and started building 72 European Typhoon jets […] More
DigitalGlobe has received a guarantee from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency that sequestration will not affect the largest portion of the company’s potential $3.5 billion satellite imagery services contract with the agency, SpaceNews.com reported Friday. Peter de Selding writes the 10-year EnhancedView contract is renewable each year and DigitalGlobe receives monthly payments if it meets performance milestones […] More
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