Dominique Stump

CH2M to Help Create Guidance for Airport Maintenance Management System Implementation

CH2M will serve as a research partner to the Airport Cooperative Research Program in an effort to develop guidance for computer maintenance management system updates at airports. John Fortin, CH2M principal investigator, and Laith Alfaqih, deputy PI and project manager, will lead the research project that seeks to provide recommendations for utilizing a CMMS for …

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MCR Federal Lands Task Order to Support Army’s Fixed Wing Project Office

MCR Federal has received a potential six-year, $28.4 million task order to provide technical support services, systems engineering and acquisition support services to the U.S. Army‘s Fixed Wing Project Office. The company said June 29 the order has one base year plus five option years and was awarded through an Intuitive Research and Technology Corp. blanket …

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Granite Construction to Help Build Marines Training Facility at Camp Pendleton

The Naval Facilities Engineering Command-Southwest has awarded Granite Construction a $22 million contract to build an infantry training facility for the U.S. Marine Corps. Granite said Thursday it will construct a firing range, an access road, lighting, targeting systems, underground utilities, supporting buildings and asphalt pavements at Camp Pendleton in California under the contract. …

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General Dynamics Unit Holds Keel-Authentication Ceremony for Future USNS Hershel ‘Woody’ Williams

General Dynamics subsidiary NASSCO has held a keel-authentication ceremony for the U.S. Navy‘s second Expeditionary Sea Base vessel that will be called USNS Hershel “Woody” Williams. The ship will work as a multimission platform that supports air mine countermeasures, counter-piracy and maritime security operations as well as humanitarian missions, General Dynamics said Wednesday. USNS Hershel “Woody” …

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Par Technology to Help US Govt Agency Run Broadcasting Station in Northern Mariana Islands

The Broadcasting Board of Governors has awarded Par Technology a five-year, $13.8 million contract for operations and maintenance support to the Robert E. Kamosa Transmitting Station located in the Northern Mariana Islands. PAR subsidiary Rome Research Corp. will work to transmit U.S. government-backed news programs such as Voice of America and Radio Free Asia as well as …

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Aerojet Rocketdyne to Build Power System for Sierra Nevada’s ISS Transportation Spacecraft

Sierra Nevada Corporation has awarded Aerojet Rocketdyne a contract to provide an electrical power system for the former’s Dream Chaser commercial spacecraft designated by NASA to transport cargo to and from the International Space Station. Aerojet Rocketdyne said Tuesday it will design, create, test and install the electrical power system onto Dream Chaser as …

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Cubic to Provide Mobile Payment, Cloud Computing Services to Support Miami-Dade Transit System

The Miami-Dade County’s department of transportation and public works has awarded a Cubic business unit a $33 million contract to update the county’s EASY Card revenue management system and deliver back-office cloud computing and support services over 10 years. The company said Tuesday its transportation systems business will provide its contactless bankcard and a …

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UbiQD Eyes Solar Energy Applications for Quantum Dot Technology

The National Science Foundation has awarded UbiQD a 12-month, $225,000 grant to advance research and development on luminescent solar-concentrating glass windows with quantum dot coatings under the Small Business Innovation Research Phase I program. The Los Alamos National Laboratory and University of Milano-Bicocca in Italy originally helped create the solar energy …

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IBA Unveils Cloud-Based Mobile App Delivery Platform for Federal Gov’t

Irving Burton Associates has unveiled a cloud-based service that is built on open source technology and designed to accelerate the delivery of native, hybrid and web-based mobile applications. The Federal Mobile Services Platform works to supply rapid prototypes to Android, iOS, Windows and BlackBerry devices and comply with federal customer security requirements and policies, IBA …

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General Dynamics Virginia-Class Attack Submarine Illinois Completes First Open Sea Voyage

The Virginia-class attack submarine Illinois has completed its first voyage into open seas and has returned to a shipyard run by General Dynamics‘ Electric Boat subsidiary. General Dynamics said Monday the nuclear-powered submarine submerged for the first time and underwent a number of submarine and propulsion-plant operations and high-speed runs on and below the surface …

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