Brenda Marie Rivers

Raytheon Secures $80M F/A-18 Systems Engineering IDIQ From Navy

Raytheon’s space and airborne systems division has secured an $80.3 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to provide systems engineering, software development and systems integrity services for the F/A-18A-D and E/F aircraft fleet of the U.S. Navy and various foreign nations. In addition to updating the Navy’s operational flight program, user data file and …

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Advanced Technology International Wins $100M Navy Info Warfare Research OTA

Advanced Technology International has won a potential three-year, $100 million “other transaction” agreement to support a U.S. Navy information warfare research project. The nonprofit company will perform work through June 2021 in Summerville, S.C., and other locations that will depend on the service branch’s prototype project awards, the Defense Department said Tuesday. …

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ECS Selected for 2018 ‘Top Workplace’ Award; George Wilson Comments

ECS Federal has landed a spot on The Washington Post’s list of the top places to work in the D.C. metropolitan area for the fifth consecutive year. Fairfax, Va.-based ECS said Monday its employees completed an Energage-administered survey on workplace culture and values as part of the selection process for 2018 Top Workplaces awardees. George …

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Navy Accepts USS Indiana Submarine Delivery From HII’s Newport News Division

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Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ Newport News Shipbuilding division has delivered a nuclear-powered fast attack submarine slated for U.S. Navy commissioning in September. USS Indiana is the 16th Virginia-class submarine HII has built through a partnership with General Dynamics‘ Electric Boat subsidiary and eighth craft that Newport News Shipbuilding handed over to the service …

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William Vantine: SPA Receives ‘Top Workplace’ Recognition for 5th Consecutive Year

Systems Planning and Analysis has been included in The Washington Post’s Top Workplaces 2018 list, which is based on the results of an anonymous employee survey. SPA said Saturday it was selected among 50 other medium companies and received high ratings on leadership connections, employee development, company values and ethics, communication, pay and …

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Chenega Wins MDA Security, Access Control Support Contract; Timothy Lamb Interviewed

A Chenega Corp. subsidiary has won a potential five-year, $44.9 million contract to provide security and access control support across the Missile Defense Agency enterprise. Chenega Infinity will help the MDA secure the agency’s domestic and international facilities, personnel, missions and events, the Defense Department said Wednesday. “Chenega is very pleased to serve …

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General Dynamics to Upgrade Army Stryker Vehicles Under $68M Contract Modification

A General Dynamics business unit has received a potential $68.6 million contract modification to convert the U.S. Army’s Stryker flat-bottom vehicles into a double V-hull configuration. General Dynamics Land Systems will perform work in Sterling Heights, Mich., through March 31, 2020, the Defense Department said Wednesday. The full obligated amount at the …

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Hexagon US Federal Wins $61M Navy Ruggedized Hardware Supply Contract; Tammer Olibah and Chris Bellios Interviewed

Hexagon US Federal has won a potential $60.9 million contract to supply ruggedized hardware for installation on multiple U.S. Navy ship classes The company will deliver the commercial hardware systems to support modernization programs at the Navy Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division, the Defense Department announced June 12th. The Navy received two offers for …

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AWS Expands Cloud Contract Center for Public Sector Organizations

Amazon Web Services has expanded its web-based center that works to help public sector entities find and procure multiple cloud service offerings. AWS said Tuesday the Public Sector Contract Center contains a database of contract vehicles through which the company’s partners offer services to federal, state, local, education and international government organizations. The platform …

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General Atomics to Provide Marine Corps Additional UAS ISR Support

The U.S. Navy has awarded a General Atomics affiliate a potential $39.6 million contract to provide additional intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance support to U.S. Marine Corps through the use of unmanned air systems. General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. will use its MQ-9 Reaper to assist USMC’s Task Force Southwest in surge support operations under the “undefinitized” …

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Huntington Ingalls Division Starts USS Boise Submarine Overhaul Project

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A Huntington Ingalls Industries division has commenced work to overhaul the USS Boise attack submarine as part of a contract with the U.S. Navy. The company said Monday its Newport News Shipbuilding business will maintain and repair the Los Angeles-class submarine pierside that arrived Monday at a shipyard in Virginia before the craft’s transfer to a …

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