Dominique Stump

Marand to Support BAE-Patria Team on Australia Land 400 Program Pursuit

BAE Systems has chosen tooling and engineering company Marand to support an industry team that will compete in a program to modernize the Australian army’s fleet of armored fighting vehicles. Marand seeks to provide a range of engineering services and cross-sector expertise for the production of AMV35 vehicles that BAE and bid partner Patria offered to the Land 400  combat reconnaissance vehicle …

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Eaton to Help Update Navy, Marine Corps Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition Systems

The U.S. Army‘s Engineering and Support Center has awarded Eaton a contract to support the modernization of supervisory control and data acquisition systems installed at U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps facilities in San Diego, California. Eaton said Tuesday it will supply equipment and provide project management, labor, engineering, supervision and transportation …

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Viavi Solutions to Supply Navy With Telecom Test Set

Viavi Solutions has received a potential five-year, $26.4 million firm-fixed-price contract to provide a telecommunication test set to the U.S. Navy. The Defense Department said Thursday that Viavi will perform work in California and Mexico under the firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract from the Defense Logistics Agency. The contract has a three-year base period will run through Feb. 1, 2020, and two …

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ACT I Receives Navy Aircraft Program Office Support Subcontract; Chris Devens Comments

Advanced Concepts and Technologies International has received a five-year subcontract from Naval Systems Inc. to provide technical support services to the Naval Air Systems Command‘s specialized and proven aircraft program office. ACT I said it will perform work at the Naval Air Station in Patuxent River, Maryland. “We are pleased to provide subcontract support on …

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Mitre Selects Winning Team for Internet-of-Things Security Challenge

Mitre has unveiled the winners of a company-sponsored competition that sought ideas to help individuals, government agencies and businesses secure internet of things-based  risks. A team from Georgia led by Ciena hardware engineer Duncan Thompson won the top prize of $50,000 in the Mitre Unique Identification of Things challenge while the Pulzze Systems and Tietronix …

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Data Dimensions to Offer Office Imaging Services to Agencies Under GSA Schedule 36

Data Dimensions has secured a spot under the General Services Administration‘s Schedule 36 contract vehicle to offer office imaging services to government agencies over the next five years. The contract will help provide Data Dimensions access to federal government contracts and opportunities in line with its service and product offerings, the company said …

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Syracuse Research to Build, Sustain Counter-UAS Tech for Army Under $65M Contract

Syracuse Research has secured a one-year, $65 million contract to develop, produce, integrate and sustain a counter-unmanned aerial system platform for the U.S. Army under the acceleration phase of a joint-urgent operation need. The company will deliver up to 15 sets of low-slow small UAS integrated defeat system to the military branch under the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract, …

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Lockheed Gets Navy MH-60R Radar Kit Delivery Order

Lockheed Martin has received a $45.8 million delivery order to provide 29 automatic radar periscope detection and discrimination standard retrofit p-kits for the U.S. Navy‘s fleet of MH-60R helicopters. The Defense Department said Monday Lockheed’s mission systems and training business will perform work in New York and Florida through September 2020. The Navy used fiscal 2017 aircraft …

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AECOM to Support Multiple Highway Improvement Projects in England

AECOM has secured five contracts worth a combined $31 million to provide multidisciplinary services in support of various road modernization projects across England, Surveyor Transport Network reported Monday. Chris Ames writes the one of the contracts will require AECOM to perform operational assessments, engineering design and traffic technology services for a pair of smart motorway projects. The …

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Raytheon Secures Lot 3 Small Diameter Bomb II Production Funds From Air Force

The U.S. Air Force has awarded Raytheon a contract modification with an obligated value of $62.5 million for the low-rate initial production of 312 lot 3 Small Diameter Bomb II munitions. Raytheon’s missile systems business will also provide 24 SDB II weapon load crew and conventional munitions maintenance trainers and 413 single weapon containers to the …

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General Dynamics Unit to Build Additional Piranha 3 Ground Vehicles for Romania’s Army

General Dynamics‘ European Land Systems subsidiary will manufacture a fifth batch of Piranha 3 wheeled armored vehicles for the Romanian army as part of the service branch’s fleet modernization effort. The company said Friday that Romania’s military has used Piranha vehicles in domestic and international missions since 2006. “We are honored by this contract award …

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Defense Forensic Science Center Taps UltiSat for Ku-Band Network Services to Support Investigations

UltiSat has received a task order from the Defense Forensic Science Center for Ku-band network coverage in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility and associated services in support of the U.S. Army‘s Criminal Investigation Laboratory. The company said Wednesday it will provide Network Operations Center, help desk, technical field service and teleport …

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ICF to Help Assess California Rail Project’s Environmental Impact; Mike Davis Comments

ICF has secured six task orders worth $11.1 million combined to provide environmental impact assessment review, technical and documentation services for a statewide passenger rail system development project in California. The company said Thursday it aims to help California’s rail program meet national, state and local environmental policies. Each task order will run for 12 months. …

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Leidos to Continue CBRNE Threat Simulation, Modeling Support for DTRA

Leidos has been awarded a potential three-year, $17 million task order to help the Defense Threat Reduction Agency model and simulate chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive threats. The company said Thursday it will support web-based joint assessment tools that work to facilitate collaboration among subject matter experts and help the Defense Department and other government agencies respond to …

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ACT I Lands OASIS SB Task Order on Air Force Ground Satcom Terminal Logistics Support

Advanced Concepts and Technologies International has secured a five-year, $16 million task order to provide logistics services for the AN/TSC-168 TDC Quad-Band  satellite communications terminal of the U.S. Air Force’s Space and Missile Systems Center. ACT I said it will also provide technical and operational assistance as well as warehouse operations support to SMC personnel under the …

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