Christine Thropp

Booz Allen’s Christopher Bogdan, Saurin Shah: AI Could Help Enhance US Space Missions

AI application in space domain

Booz Allen Hamilton officials Christopher Bogdan and Saurin Shah said Friday artificial intelligence presents opportunities for the U.S. to enhance and safeguard its space missions and to maintain dominance in the said domain. They added that AI could help strengthen the resiliency of satellites and satellite networks by enabling operators to launch data scans to identify vulnerabilities.

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DCS to Help Build Navy Air Traffic Control Tech

DCS

The U.S. Navy tasked DCS to develop air traffic control and landing systems for the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division's Webster Outlying Field organization as part of a five-year, $29 million contract. The company said Wednesday it started working with WOLF personnel under the Technical, Engineering Products and Software Services contract in December and the team will develop, integrate, test, manage and maintain air traffic control systems over the duration of the award.

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NASA, SpaceX Agree to Share Data on Space Asset Safety

NASA satellites

SpaceX will provide NASA with space asset and debris location data that will be gathered through the global navigation satellite service receivers of the Starlink spacecraft to address conjunction and collision risks. NASA said Friday its partnership with SpaceX is aimed at ensuring that the company's Starlink satellites and the agency's spacecraft are coordinated to avoid a collision or prevent a close approach between the assets.

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Chugach Technical Solutions Secures $94M Army Contract for Towed Artillery Program Management Support

Towed artillery US Army photo

Chugach Technical Solutions has received a $94.2 million firm-fixed-price contract from the U.S. Army for services in support of its joint program office with the Marine Corps that manages the service branches' towed artillery systems. Contract work is expected to be completed by Jan. 31, 2026, and locations and funding will depend on each order.

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Matice Wright-Springer Rejoins Booz Allen as Global Defense Group SVP

Matice Wright-Springer Partner

Matice Wright-Springer, former vice president of government and corporate responsibility at ManTech International, has returned to Booz Allen Hamilton as a partner and senior VP for the global defense group under its aerospace account. “I was drawn back to Booz Allen because I want to help solve some of the complex challenges that our customers face," said Wright-Springer.

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