Dominique Stump

Saab Receives Estimated $130M Order for Airborne Early Warning & Control System

An unnamed customer has placed an estimated $130 million order with Saab‘s airborne early warning and control division for the delivery of an AEW&C system. The contract covers work for Saab’s surveillance and support services business areas, the defense and security company said Monday. Deliveries will run from 2016 to 2018, Saab added. Saab’s AEW&C …

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CFM International to Provide Supplies, Services for P-8 Aircraft CFM56 Engines

The Navy has awarded CFM International a $32.5 million firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to deliver field assessment, repairs and replacement support for CFM56 engines on the Boeing Poseidon P-8 aircraft. Services include unscheduled depot maintenance and repair, Sermetel protective coatings and other required non-standard repairs, the Defense Department said Thursday. CFM will conduct work …

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Mercury Systems to Deploy Digital EW Transceivers to U.S. Gov’t Facility

Mercury Systems has been awarded a $4.7 million contract to build digital transceivers intended to support electronic warfare missions at a government-run facility. The company said Wednesday it booked the order in the fourth quarter of its 2016 fiscal year 2016 and is scheduled to deliver the transceivers to the facility over the next several quarters. Charlie Hudnall, vice president and …

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Optex Systems Receives Domestic Order to Deliver Optical Assemblies, Components

A U.S. client has placed a purchase order worth $1.1 million to Optex Systems for its applied optics center to provide optical assemblies. Optex Systems said Tuesday the order is under a multi-year supply agreement with expected revenues of more than $6 million. The company added it works to provide military consumers with optical systems and …

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eGlobalTech to Provide Enterprise Architecture Services to TSA’s IT Office

The Department of Homeland Security has awarded eGlobalTech a contract of an undisclosed value to provide enterprise architecture services to the information technology office within DHS’ Transportation Security Administration agency. Allan Potter, eGlobalTech senior director for homeland security, said Thursday the company aims to help TSA innovate, make decisions and manage investments. The company …

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NASA Awards Contract to Honeywell for Safety, Mission Assurance Support

A Honeywell business unit has secured a cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract potentially worth $54.5 million from NASA to provide safety and mission assurance, audits and assessment support services. Honeywell Technology Solutions will conduct a range of services, such as agency  and center audits, institutional safety assessments and hazard analysis, training and outreach, information system support, NASA said Friday. …

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Cobham Receives Multiple Orders for Custom Application Specific Integrated Circuits

Cobham‘s semiconductor business will deliver customized Application Specific Integrated Circuits for airport security screening under a number of orders worth roughly $1.6 million. ASICs are designed to facilitate a high level of detection to support security screening at airports and other facilities through client-specific, mixed-signal ASICs, Cobham said Wednesday. Jeff Hassannia, Cobham advanced electronic solutions business development and technology senior vice …

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Australian Navy Selects KBR to Provide Training Services on LHD Ships

The Australian navy has granted KBR with a five-year contract to update the training system used for the crews of the Canberra-class Landing Helicopter Dock ships. KBR’s training solutions team will work to deliver its sustainment training system at the Australian navy’s Sydney training facility, KBR said Tuesday. The company added that the facility will work to …

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Air Force Taps SRI International to Develop Automated Media Integrity Assessment Tech

The U.S. Air Force has bestowed a $9.5 million cost-plus-fixed-price contract to SRI International to deliver automated media integrity assessment technologies to be integrated into a visual media forensics platform. The Defense Department said Wednesday the software and hardware will work to automatically assess the integrity of both images and videos. The Air Force …

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Elbit Systems to Supply European Country with Tactical Radio and Communication Systems

 A European country has awarded Elbit Systems with multiple contracts with a collective amount of $40 million to supply advanced tactical communication systems over a one-year period. The company will provide the country with a variety of communication systems, including the long-range/medium-range CNR9000HDR tactical IP radio, THF 8000 in vehicular and man pack configurations for over- …

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Matt Cicchinelli: PAR Technology Unit to Install Telecom Infrastructure at U.S. Naval Base in Africa

A subsidiary of PAR Technology has received a 27-month contract worth $1.8 million to help the U.S. Navy build telecommunications infrastructure at a naval expeditionary base located in Djibouti, Africa. Rome Research Corp. will support telecommunications system engineering and installation at Camp Lemonnier, PAR said Wednesday. Matt Cicchinelli, president of PAR’s government business segment, said the …

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FAA Receives 5,000th VHF-UHF Ground-to-Air Radio From General Dynamics

General Dynamics‘ mission systems unit has delivered its 5,000th CM-300/350 V2 radio to the Transportation Department in support of the Federal Aviation Administration‘s NEXCOM 2 communications modernization program. The delivery is part of the 2012 NEXCOM 2 contract that sought to replace the existing ground-to-air radios at FAA facilities and military installations, General Dynamics said Tuesday. The company added that …

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Summit to Continue Dev’t Support to EPA’s Water Infrastructure Financing Program

Summit Consulting has received a long-term contract from the Environmental Protection Agency to extend the company’s policy and infrastructure development services on EPA’s Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act program. The contract will continue Summit’s WIFIA advisory support for up to four years and require additional development services for the programmatic infrastructure, standard operating procedures, …

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Pelican BioThermal, Tribalco Offer Small-Scale Blood Transport Containers for Combat Medics

Pelican BioThermal and Tribalco will offer the new blood transport container Golden Hour Medic based on the former company’s Golden Hour Mobile containers. The smaller-scale Golden Hour Medic features Pelican BioThermal’s packaging technology that works to provide thermal protection of up to 144 hours, the company said Friday. Kevin Lawler, Pelican BioThermal worldwide sales vice president, said …

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