Dominique Stump

Rockwell Collins to Supply Parts, Equipment for Navy Electronic Warfare System

Rockwell Collins has received a $24.9 million cost-plus-fixed-fee indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract from the U.S. Navy to provide various equipment for the AN/ALQ-231 Intrepid Tiger Electronic Attack System. Rockwell Collins will deliver roughly 194 Quint Networking Technology radios and 379 hardware parts and perform 36,482 hours of incidental equipment modification services for the precision pods, …

Read More »

Navy Taps Toyon Research Corp. to Provide Electronic Warfare Hardware, Engineering Services

The U.S. Navy has awarded Toyon Research Corp. a potential five-year, $22.8 million contract to provide to produce AN/ALQ-231 Intrepid  Tiger II pod system hardware. Toyon will also provide AN/ALQ-231 incidental engineering and modification services for electronic warfare and attack communications jamming airborne and ground-based systems and laboratories, the Defense Department said Wednesday. The Naval Air …

Read More »

DTECH Labs Offers 2-Year Extended Warranty for Ruggedized Communications Technologies

DTECH Labs, a subsidiary under Cubic Global Defense, will now offer a full two-year extended warranty on all of the company’s ruggedized Mobile Modular Micro-Secure Enclave network communications products. The warranty looks to provide customers with reliable equipment that can be used by customers at any time, Cubic said Wednesday Mike Barthlow, …

Read More »

Space and Missile Systems Center University Taps Salient CRGT for Education, Training Support

The Air Force Space Command‘s Space and Missile Systems Center University has awarded Salient CRGT a $4.5 million, five-year contract to deliver education, training and facility management services in support of SMCU’s space acquisition mission. Salient CRGT’s services — including classroom instruction, computer-based training, course development and video teleconferencing — …

Read More »

Rockwell Collins Unveils New Perimeter Security Radar Offering; Claude Alber Comments

Rockwell Collins has launched a high-resolution perimeter surveillance radar technology at the ongoing Eurosatory international defense and security trade show in Paris. The PSR-500 radar offering employs behavior analysis algorithms to identify, track and record intrusions even in rainy and foggy conditions, Rockwell Collins said Monday. “Demand for this type of radar technology is growing to address the …

Read More »

Gemalto Study: Orgs Continue to Depend on Basic Perimeter Security Systems

Gemalto‘s third-annual Data Security Confidence Index says a majority of organizations continue to depend on basic perimeter security systems against data breaches regardless of increased cyber threats worldwide. The company said Wednesday that 61 percent of the 1,100 IT decision maker respondents believed that their basic perimeter security methods such as firewalls, IDPS and anomaly detection were …

Read More »

Avaya Government Solutions, DHA Sign Unified Communication & Contact Center Services Pact

Avaya Government Solutions has signed an agreement with the Defense Health Agency to provide unified communications, contact center and SIP technologies in support of the DHA’s modernization efforts. The company will deliver services to help manage DHA’s enterprise conference premise technology, adapt SIP trunks at its headquarters and help maintain …

Read More »

Airbus Subsidiary, RapidSOS to Demo Use of Mobile App to Deliver Emergency Location Data

A division of Airbus‘ defense and space segment has partnered with RapidSOS to demonstrate the use of a smartphone application to deliver emergency information to public safety answering points. Airbus DS Communications will show how its VESTA 9-1-1 call processing system can work to display multimedia data from RapidSOS’ Haven app during the National Emergency Number Association’s conference in …

Read More »

Advanced Acoustic Concepts to Help Maintain Littoral Combat Ship Mission Software

The U.S. Navy has awarded Advanced Acoustic Concepts a $27.5 million contract modification to support the mission software package for Littoral Combat Ships. AAC will help the Navy fabricate, test, install, trouble shoot and maintain LCS mission modules, the Defense Department said Friday. Work under the modification will occur in Maryland, New York and Pennsylvania …

Read More »

Discover Technologies Gets Army Networthiness Certification for Mobility Platform

Discover Technologies has obtained a Certificate of Networthiness from the U.S. Army‘s Network Enterprise Technology Command for the company’s technology that works to help SharePoint users transmit data in low-bandwidth areas. Discover Access for SharePoint is designed to comply with Section 508 standards and WCAG 2.0 AA accessibility standards and seeks to accelerate the time it takes …

Read More »

Kratos to Help Update Pentagon’s Theater Medical Records System

The Defense Department‘s Joint Operational Medicine Information Systems organization has awarded Kratos Defense & Security Solutions a $23 million contract to provide integration services for a multiservice theater and shipboard medical records system. Kratos will collaborate with Planned Systems International to modernize and maintain the Theater Medical Information Program-Joint infrastructure, Kratos said Friday. The two …

Read More »

Purdue Receives Research Grant on Firefighting Foam Chemical’s Effect on Amphibians

The Defense Department has granted a team of Purdue University researchers $2.5 million to fund their research on the effects of perfluoroalkyl, a chemical used in common commercial products and firefighting foams, on amphibians. The study aims to find the impact of different levels of perfluoroalkyl substance exposure throughout an amphibian’s …

Read More »