Dominique Stump

SuperCom to Help South American Country Implement Land & Geographic Info System

SuperCom has won an 18-month, $9 million contract to provide a web-based land and geographical information system to a government customer in South America. The company said Friday it will help the client migrate and implement SuperCom’s cloud-based Land and Geographical Registration and Information Management System. Arie Trabelsi, SuperCom’s president and CEO, said the …

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Carahsoft to Help Army Obtain VMware Product Licenses for WIN-T Server Infrastructure

Carahsoft Technology has received a two-year, $23.9 million contract to help the U.S. Army license multiple VMware products to support the management and virtualization of the military branch’s Warfighter Information Network-Tactical server infrastructure. The Defense Department said Friday that Carahsoft will assist the Army in the acquisition of proprietary brand name, commercial off-the-shelf VMware vSphere  Enterprise Plus server …

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QED Systems to Help Navy Plan Aircraft Carrier Maintenance, Modernization Efforts

Q.E.D Systems has secured a potential $59.4 million contract from the U.S. Navy for ship engineering and planning services in support of aircraft carrier maintenance and modernization efforts. The company will also support the Commander Naval Air Forces’ planning and work package development, integration and execution activities under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the Defense …

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Niksoft to Support DHA App Migration to DISA Capacity Services

The Defense Health Agency has awarded Niksoft Systems a potential three-year, $27 million contract to help migrate DHA applications to the Defense Information Systems Agency‘s capacity services. Niksoft will provide information technology, program management, operations, planning, scheduling and coordination services to support the transfer of products and applications managed by DHA’s solutions delivery division to …

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Engility to Help Air Force Engineer, Integrate Remote Sensing Systems

Engility has secured a two-year, $46.3 million contract option to provide engineering and integration support to the Space and Missile Systems Center’s remote sensing systems directorate. The Defense Department said Dec. 20 that the exercised option covers systems engineering and integration controls, integration execution and enterprise integration services. SMC obligated $2.8 million at the time of award …

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GE Awarded $74M Contract to Repair Navy Super Hornet, Growler Aircraft Engine Components

General Electric has been awarded a $74 million contract to repair, replace and provide program support for engine components of the U.S. Navy‘s F/A-18E/F Super Hornet and EA-18G Growler planes. Work under the performance-based contract will occur in Jacksonville, Florida, and at various GE supplier locations through April 2017, the Defense Department said Wednesday. The Navy …

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Northrop Awarded Navy Fire Scout Software, Engineering Support Contract

The U.S. Navy has awarded a Northrop Grumman a $17.1 million contract to provide system software and engineering services for MQ-8 Fire Scout unmanned helicopter systems. The Defense Department said Tuesday Northrop will deliver software design and system integration, qualification testing, cybersecurity activities and engineering support to the Navy under the contract. Northrop …

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Austal Hands Over 5th Independence-Variant LCS to Navy; David Singleton Comments

Austal USA has handed over its fifth Independence-variant Littoral Combat Ship to the U.S. Navy during a ceremony at the company’s shipyard in Mobile, Alabama. The company said Monday USS Gabrielle Giffords was designed in Australia and constructed at Austal’s Alabama module manufacturing facility. “Gabrielle Giffords joins Independence, Coronado, Jackson and …

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Raytheon, CSRA, General Dynamics, Leidos Team Up to Bid on Army’s Global Training Equipment Support Contract

Raytheon has partnered with CSRA, General Dynamics, and Leidos to compete for a contract to sustain the U.S. Army‘s training devices and digital ranges worldwide. The Raytheon-led team also includes 17 small businesses and proposed the InSITE information management system to the Army Training Aids, Devices, Simulators and Simulations Maintenance Program, Raytheon said Tuesday. InSITE is designed to help users access maintenance and …

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RegistrarDaily: New Report Names Top Firms in Airborne Systems Surveillance Radar Industry

A new report has named the top manufacturers in the airborne systems surveillance radar industry based on their present and potential sales and revenue, RegistrarDaily reported Monday. The Airborne Systems Surveillance Radar market research provided information on the business, revenue segmentation and products of the companies, as well as their market growth forcast, …

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General Dynamics Subcontracts BWX Technologies for Virginia Payload Module Launch Tubes

General Dynamics‘ Electric Boat business unit has awarded a BWX Technologies subsidiary a $35 million contract to develop and build Virginia Payload Module launch tubes for Virginia-class submarines. BWXT Nuclear Operations Group will start the fabrication of the payload tubes in 2017 at its manufacturing facility in Mount Vernon, Indiana with the …

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Smiths Detection Lands $68M Communication Adapter, Chemical Detector Supply Contract From Army

Smiths Detection has secured a $67.9 million firm-fixed-price contract to provide a Joint Chemical Agent Detector system, Striker communication adapter units and associated equipment to the U.S. Army. The company will also deliver communication adapter kits and spare parts through Dec. 21, 2021, as part of the contract, the Defense Department said Thursday. …

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Kratos to Provide Technical Support, Missile Components Under Army FMS Contract

The U.S. Army‘s Aviation and Missile Command has awarded a business unit of Kratos Defense & Security Solutions a three-year, $23.4 million firm-fixed-price contract to provide technical and engineering support services to a foreign military sales customer. Kratos said Thursday its defense and rocket support services division’s Madison Research Corporation business unit will also …

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Sigma Labs to Support Phase III of DARPA Additive Manufacturing Framework Program

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded Sigma Labs a $400,000 contract to support the development of a framework that will work to predict the components of metals created via additive manufacturing. Sigma Labs said Wednesday it will partner with Honeywell on the  Integrated Computational Material Engineering framework as part of DARPA’s Open …

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