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Professional services firm DCS Corp. and Hawaiian consulting and engineering company Makai have created a joint venture program called Pele Solutions under the Small Business Administration’s Mentor-Protege program. DCS said Wednesday it will assist Makai in enhancing capabilities in software development, systems engineering and technology integration to advance the latter’s role in the national security sector through the […] More
HII‘s Ingalls Shipbuilding unit has wrapped up acceptance trials for Lenah Sutcliffe Higbee (DDG 123), an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer that is one of five ships for the U.S. Navy currently in the production phase. DDG 123 is set to be the second destroyer to be named after Lenah Sutcliffe Higbee, the first woman […] More
Marqus Hutchinson, chief technology officer at Intelligent Waves, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz about the impact of emerging technologies on the company’s growth as well as how recent partnerships are helping its expansion in the federal market and ensuring the long-term success of the workforce in light of the talent recruitment challenges of today during the latest Executive Spotlight […] More has added two new senior-level executives with technology experience to its leadership team to assist with products and services in support of defense and intelligence customers. The Columbia, Maryland-based artificial intelligence provider said Tuesday Todd Hughes will take the role of senior vice president of technology and research while Dan Jones will assume the SVP of products […] More
Brian Frutchey, chief technology officer for, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz for the publication’s latest Executive Spotlight interview to discuss the official closing of the company’s merger with GigCapital4 and the greater capabilities its customers will gain access to in critical aspects like energy AI and other key areas. In addition, Frutchey also discussed the […] More has entered into a commercial partnership with Palantir Technologies to provide integrated product offerings and extended enterprise operating systems for their expanded federal and commercial customer base. Under the partnership,’s Observe, Orient and Dominate products will be integrated onto Palantir’s Foundry platform to enhance the Palantir ecosystem with machine learning capabilities and provide markets […] More has partnered with Redwire for the development of space cyber range capabilities for the Space Cyber Resiliency through Evaluation and Security Testing initiative known as SpaceCREST. Under the memorandum of understanding, the two companies will use simulation, emulation and in-the-loop hardware to establish a realistic test environment and provide SpaceCREST with a space-based systems cybersecurity […] More
Intelligent Waves has received a prime contract from the U.S. Air Force to create a 5G testbed to help the Department of Defense accelerate the deployment of advanced wireless communications in regions within and outside the continental U.S. The company said Monday the potential $8.4 million Information Warfare Research Project contract provides for the construction […] More
Collins Aerospace, a Raytheon Technologies business, has opened its first in-region facility for preparing F-35 aircraft pilots outside the U.S. to support the Royal Netherlands Air Force and international clients. The F-35 Pilot Readiness Center at RNLAF’s Center for Man in Aviation in Soesterberg, The Netherlands, will provide Dutch airmen with helmet fitting, calibration, training […] More
General Atomics has rolled out the first MQ-9A Block 5 unmanned aircraft and ground control station the company’s aeronautical systems unit produced for the Netherlands’ air force to fulfill a foreign military sales requirement. The acceptance testing phase for the Dutch remotely piloted aircraft is scheduled to commence in early 2022 at the Gray Butte Flight […] More
Benji Hutchinson, a two-decade biometric technology veteran, has joined Paravision to serve as the face recognition and computer vision software company’s new president and chief operating officer. Hutchinson will drive company efforts in scaling operations to address a market need for artificial intelligence technologies to be used in biometric applications, Paravision said. The newly appointed […] More

Huntington Ingalls Industries has christened an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer named after the Navy Cross' first female recipient in preparation for its introduction to the U.S. Navy fleet. DDG 123 or the future USS Lenah Sutcliffe Higbee underwent its christening in Pascagoula, Mississippi, with Ray Mabus, former Navy secretary, serving as the ceremony's keynote speaker, HII said Sunday.

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