Dominique Stump

General Atomics Installs Radiation Monitoring Systems in New US Nuclear Power Plant

A business unit of General Atomics has equipped the Watts Bar Unit 2 nuclear power plant with full plant radiation monitoring systems after the company’s selection by the Tennessee Valley Authority. General Atomics electromagnetic systems’ radiation monitoring systems are now in operation at Watts Bar Unit 2, which is the first new U.S. nuclear power …

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Q.E.D Systems to Provide Touch Labor Services for Non-Nuclear Production Trades on Navy Submarines

Q.E.D. Systems has received a potential $30.1 million contract from the U.S. Navy to provide non-nuclear production trade touch labor services onboard the Virginia-class and Los Angeles-class submarines. The company will supply non-nuclear welders, pipefitters, firewatchers, shipwrights, shipfitters, painters, electricians, weight handlers and outside machinists under the contract, the Defense Department said Tuesday. …

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Accutype Services Certified to Offer Medical Transcription Services Under GSA Schedule 36

Accutype Services has received certification to deliver medical transcription services to the federal government under the General Services Administration‘s Schedule 36 contract. The woman-owned company said Tuesday its medical transcription offering is registered on the GSA Advantage electronic ordering system. Deborah Walton, Accutype Services operations manager, said the contract works to open new markets for the …

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DoD Office Orders Decision Sciences Contraband Detection System

Decision Sciences International Corp. has received a $5.26 million contract from the Defense Department‘s Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office to provide and deploy a system built to detect contraband and weapons.. The company said Tuesday the Multi-Mode Passive Detection System Gen 3 platform works to automatically scan vehicles, cargo containers and other vehicles …

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SAIC Delivers 1 Millionth Tire for DLA Tire Successor Initiative Program

Science Applications International Corp. has delivered its 1 millionth tire under the Defense Logistics Agency‘s Tire Successor Initiative program contract awarded to the company in 2011. SAIC said Tuesday it delivered the 1 millionth tire to the National Training Center in Fort Irwin, California. The company is the prime contractor on potential nine-year, $1.1 …

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Charles River Analytics to Help Air Force Develop Cyber Defense Toolkit 

Charles River Analytics has received a two-year, $500,000 follow-on contract to  develop a cyber defense toolkit for the U.S. Air Force to assess software services for the military branch’s cybersecurity programs. The company said Monday it will base the Managing Evaluation and Testing for Red Team Investigations of Cyber Security tool on the firm’s AgentWorks graphical application …

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LifePort’s Transport Litter System Receives FAA Performance Standard Approval

The Federal Aviation Administration has cleared the Stanchion Litter System developed by a business unit of Lockheed Martin subsidiary Sikorsky as compliant with the agency’s minimum performance standard for aircraft appliances and components. Lockheed Martin said Monday the FAA Technical Standard Order approval works to support domestic and international installation of the LifePort-built system. SLS weighs …

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Metro Productions Government Services to Provide Advisory Support to MDA Visual Info & Production Centers

The Missile Defense Agency has awarded Metro Productions Government Services a $26.9 million cost-plus-incentive-fee contract to provide advisory and assistance support for the agency’s visual information and production centers. Metro Productions will deliver technical, engineering, advisory and management support to the MDA chief of staff directorate and locations that follows the VIPC …

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Seyer Industries to Deliver V-22 Aircraft Support Equipment to Navy, Air Force

Seyer Industries has won a potential five-year, $27.3 million contract to provide  support equipment for the V-22 Osprey multirole combat planes of the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Air Force. The Defense Department said Monday that Seyer Industries will also supply spare parts, assorted adapters, kits and assemblies under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. The company will perform …

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PFP Cybersecurity to Study Cyber Threat Detection in Analog Domain for IoT-Connected Tech

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded PFP Cybersecurity a contract to study cybersecurity technologies designed to provide threat intelligence and detection to secure Internet of Things and embedded systems. PFP said Friday the new technology will work to protect IoT-connected devices such as power grids, smart devices and cars against cyber attacks. The company will work …

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Lockheed to Deliver Cybersecurity Update for Navy’s Fleet Ballistic Missile IT Applications, Systems

Lockheed Martin has received an $8.34 million cost-plus-fixed-fee contract modification from the U.S. Navy to deliver a cybersecurity update for the fleet ballistic missile information technology applications and systems and a high-voltage detonator refresh. The Defense Department said Friday the project is scheduled to be completed by Dec. 31, 2018. The Strategic Systems Programs …

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Lockheed, Pilatus Aircraft Complete PC-21 Aircraft Initial Production Test Flight

Lockheed Martin and Pilatus Aircraft have conducted an initial production test flight of the first PC-21 training aircraft as part of the estimated $896.8 million AIR 5428 Pilot Training System Program contract signed in 2015. Lockheed said Thursday it will supply integrated ground-based training technologies and pilot training system project management to support future pilots in Australia’s air …

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EnergySolutions to Provide Metal Processing Services for Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program

The U.S. Navy has awarded EnergySolutions a potential three-year, $38.7 million contract to process various forms of metal for the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program. EnergySolutions will also provide shipping containers and brokerage services as well as transport materials from multiple NNPP facilities by truck, rail or barge, the Defense Department said Friday. The company seeks to help the …

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CopaSAT to Provide US Agency End-to-End Communications Services

CopaSAT has received a multiyear, $3.5 million contract to supply and manage Ku-band man-portable terminals for an unnamed U.S. government agency. The company said Wednesday the Ku-band man-portable terminals will work to provide the agency end-to-end communications for its global operations. CopaSAT will deliver managed services under the contract through June 2021. Scott Bohnsack, CopaSAT vice …

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General Dynamics NASSCO to Help Navy Repair USS Oak Hill Dock-Landing Ship

General Dynamics has received a $42 million contract modification to conduct repairs and alterations on the USS Oak Hill dock landing ship of the U.S. Navy. The company said Thursday its NASSCO subsidiary will provide ballast tank preservation, habitability upgrade, close-in weapons system repairs and engine replacement services under the cost-plus-award-fee contract. NASSCO will perform …

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