Dominique Stump

Microsoft Secures Air Force Network Enterprise Support Contract

The U.S. Air Force has awarded Microsoft a four-year, $44.7 million contract to provide proactive and reactive services in support of the military service’s network enterprise. USAF aims to increase the operational efficiency, performance and uptime of AFNet with Microsoft Premier Support, the Defense Department said Thursday. Microsoft will perform contract work at Joint …

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On Semiconductor Receives DoD Trusted Test Accreditation for Electronic Component Security

On Semiconductor has achieved the Trusted Test status from the Defense Department‘s Defense MicroElectronics Activity accreditation program for the company’s efforts to address government requirements over the security of electronic components. Trusted Test will support the work of On Semiconductor’s Trusted-related programs, cycle time, costs and process flow to allow control over supply chains, …

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RRDS to Supply Bullet Resistant Panels to US Military Recruiting Facilities

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has awarded RRDS a 10-month, $10 million firm-fixed-price contract to provide bullet resistant panels to nearly 900 military recruiting stations across U.S. states and territories. RRDS said Wednesday it will produce, deliver and offer warranty and installation services for UL-Level 8 cubicle panels designed to comply with set …

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KeyW Chosen for AWS Public Sector Partner Program; Doug Worthington Comments

KeyW will join Amazon Web Services‘ Public Sector Partner Program to support the former’s information collection, processing, evaluation and dissemination offerings for the intelligence, cyber and counterterrorism sectors. The companies have previously partnered to transfer a specialized system from an intelligence community customer to the commercial AWS cloud platform, KeyW said …

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ACT I Lands Task Order for Air Force Acquisition Mgmt Services; Michael Niggel Comments

Advanced Concepts and Technologies International has secured a five-year, $3 million task order to provide acquisition management services to the cyberspace superiority division at the U.S. Air Force Space Command headquarters. Michael Niggel, ACT I CEO, said in October the company will continue to support the AFSPC’s cyber priorities and help increase the military branch’s ability …

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Aerojet Rocketdyne, DOE Partner to Advance Rotating Detonation Engine Tech for Natural Gas-Fueled Power Plants

Aerojet Rocketdyne and the Energy Department‘s National Energy Technology Laboratory will continue to develop air-breathing rotating detonation engine technology intended for natural gas-fueled power plants under a $6.8 million follow-on cooperative agreement. The new agreement comes under the second phase of a DOE program that seeks to build on Aerojet Rocketdyne‘s RED development efforts with University …

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Textron Unveils Flight Line Tester for Aircraft Survivability Sensors

Textron‘s electronic systems business has unveiled its new flight line tester for aircraft survivability sensors such as radar warning receivers and two-color infrared missile, UV missile and laser warning systems. The Integrated Tester for Aircraft Survivability Systems was designed to incorporate the functionality of Textron’s Model 527 RF Radar Signal Simulator …

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ACT I Receives DHS Acquisition Support Task Order; Michael Niggel Comments

Advanced Concepts and Technologies International has received a three-year, $21 million task order to provide acquisition support services to the cybersecurity and communications office within the Department of Homeland Security‘s national programs and protection directorate. ACT I CEO Michael Niggel said in October the company will assist the DHS NPPD CS&C office in efforts …

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Army Orders Additional DT Research-Built Rugged Tablets

DT Research has received a contract to supply the U.S. Army with additional rugged tablet computers to aid training and logistics operations at an Army facility. It represents the third contract the military branch has awarded DT Research this year for the company’s DT311 ultra-rugged tablets, the company said Monday. DT311 is designed to capture and transfer information in …

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Trustwave Receives Army Networthiness Certification for Database Security Platforms

Trustwave has obtained Certificates of Networthiness from the U.S. Army for the company’s database security platforms that work to secure and automate data collection. The company said Monday its Trustwave DbProtect and AppDetective Pro can now be used in the Army Enterprise Infrastructure to help automate the collection and evaluation of …

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Deloitte Secures $63M NGA HR Mgmt Contract

Deloitte has received a $63 million contract from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency to provide management services to NGA’s human development directorate. NGA said Wednesday the professional services firm will support the directorate in efforts to implement a new approach to oversee human resources operations that include recruitment and retirement programs. Deloitte is …

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Thales to Update Sonar Systems on Australian Collins-Class Submarines

Thales has received a design and pre-production contract to update sonar systems in six of Australia’s Collins-class submarines in an effort to boost underwater threat detection efforts for the country’s navy. The company said Tuesday it will install its new Modular Cylindrical Array, flank array and on-board processing technology in the submarines as …

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General Dynamics Secures Navy Ship & Submarine Yard Services Contract

A General Dynamics subsidiary has received a $24.7 million contract to provide planning yard services for the U.S. Navy‘s nuclear-powered submarines and moored training ships. General Dynamics Electric Boat will furnish, manufacture and procure materials, supplies and services necessary for the operation of the planning yard for nuclear-powered submarine reactor and propulsion facilities, the Defense Department …

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