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Slowly but surely, America is now on its way to recovery from the onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic. Small businesses, who were the most affected by the government-mandated lockdowns and supply chain stagnation, are reopening their doors once again. But another barrier seems to block these small businesses from making a full recovery—government regulations on […] More
When starting a business, you need to be aware of certain federal regulations to run a company. Otherwise, employers could face lawsuits, fines, or even shut the company down altogether. In addition, small business owners are the most impacted regarding this matter because they often lack the knowledge and resources to comply. Here are ten […] More
L3Harris Technologies and Elbit Systems of America have secured contracts from the Defense Logistics Agency to produce monocular night-vision image intensifiers for the U.S. Army. The ordering period for both one-time spot-buy contracts is scheduled to conclude on April 10, 2023, the Department of Defense said Friday. DLA’s separate awards to L3Harris’ integrated vision solutions […] More
Northrop Grumman has received a potential $2 billion contract from United Launch Alliance to ramp up production of Graphite Epoxy Motor and extended length variation solid rocket boosters for ULA’s Atlas and Vulcan Centaur launch vehicles. The multiyear contract with ULA will also allow Northrop to modernize and expand tooling and existing facilities, Northrop said […] More
As a business owner, you must follow different rules and laws depending on your industry and where your business resides. But there are a few types of business rules that almost every business owner will have to deal with. We’ll go over some of the most important rules and regulations that you need to follow […] More
In the wake of the national infant formula shortage, officials from the Food and Drug Administration are taking a harder look at the agency’s technology and processes — and finding that enterprise modernization is not moving fast enough. Due to product recalls and supply chain slowdowns, infant formula has been scarce and in high demand […] More
Elbit Systems’ U.S. subsidiary has secured a $49 million delivery order to supply additional helmet-mounted night vision systems to the U.S. Marine Corps. Elbit Systems of America will deliver Squad Binocular Night Vision Goggles to the Marines to help boost their situational awareness and performance during night operations, the company said Monday. The goggles include […] More
Executive Mosaic is pleased to announce that Lauren Knausenberger, chief information officer of the Department of the Air Force, has topped the Wash100 Award Popular Vote Standings for the 2022 season that saw one of the most active participation from the government contracting sector in the nine-year history of the award. Following several months of […] More
Intel‘s federal business arm has secured a contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop simulation platforms for off-road autonomous combat vehicles. The company said Tuesday Intel Labs will collaborate with the Computer Vision Center Barcelona and the University of Texas at Austin on the creation of next-generation tools envisioned to mimic off-road […] More
Aerojet Rocketdyne has received a contract from United Launch Alliance for the procurement of RL10C-X engines that will be used to power the upper stages of the latter’s Vulcan Centaur rocket. The Florida-based propulsion system manufacturer said Monday it will supply 116 engines to ULA under what is currently the RL10 program’s largest contract. ULA […] More
Software company Ansys has secured a potential five-year, $39.1 million contract from NASA to deliver a range of modeling and simulation technologies to the space agency’s centers across the U.S. NASA said Thursday the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract allows it to procure the company’s simulation capabilities in electromagnetics, orbit determination, photonics, semiconductors, thermal, structures and other engineering […] More
United Launch Alliance will now provide Amazon with launch services that would cover nearly 50 missions to send broadband satellites into low-Earth orbit for the latter’s Kuiper constellation. ULA said Tuesday its upcoming Vulcan Centaur two-stage heavy-lift vehicle will conduct 38 liftoff operations from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida for the Amazon initiative […] More
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