Dominique Stump

National Grid, ConEdison Solutions Replace Northport Veterans Affairs Medical Center’s Cooling Towers

National Grid and ConEdison Solutions have replaced Northport Veterans Affairs Medical Center’s cooling towers and associated chiller plant systems as part of a federal contract task order issued in July. ConEdison said Thursday it provided design, construction, commissioning and measurement and verification support for the cooling towers. The Valhalla, New York-based renewable energy sustainability …

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Johns Hopkins University, APL to Join Facebook-Funded Tech Development Research Agreement

Johns Hopkins University and its Applied Physics Laboratory have joined a Facebook-sponsored academic research agreement that looks to advance the development of technology that will support collaborations between researchers and the social media company. The laboratory said Wednesday it will work with 15 other universities, including Stanford, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard, Princeton, University of …

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Charles River Analytics to Design, Build Cyber Defense System for Army

The U.S. Army has awarded Charles River Analytics a two-year, $1 million follow-on contract to help the military branch develop a system for vulnerability analysis and create proactive defense strategies against cyber threats. Charles River said Monday the Cyber Attacker and Network Vulnerability Analysis and Simulation system will be built to help users examine …

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Raytheon Selects Triumph Electromechanical Tech for Navy’s Next Generation Jammer

Triumph Group has secured a subcontract from Raytheon to provide 31 Servo Control System electromechanical components for the Waltham, Massachusetts-based contractor’s new jammer technology for the U.S. Navy. The Servo Control System includes four electromechanical actuators and a servo electronics unit to support the inlet and exhaust door actuators of the …

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eGlobalTech to Help Education Dept Implement Automated Info Collection Request System

The Education Department has awarded eGlobalTech a task order to provide technical consulting services for ED’s Information Collection Request, Review and Approval System implementation effort. The company said Wednesday it will help the department implement, maintain, operate, restore and update an automated ICRAS. eGT will deploy the system with the use of Amazon Web Services‘ cloud platform. The …

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DRS to Provide Jordan Military Electronic Warfare System Through FMS Program

The U.S. Army has awarded a DRS Technologies subsidiary a $41.3 million foreign military sales contract to support the second phase of a program to develop a military electronic warfare system for Jordan. DRS Advanced ISR will perform work at a company facility in Beavercreek, Ohio through Dec. 20, 2019, the Defense Department said Wednesday. DoD added the …

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AECOM-EnergySolutions JV to Decommission San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station

AECOM and EnergySolutions‘ joint venture has been selected to lead the decommissioning of San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station under a 10-year contract. SONGS Decommissioning Solutions will dismantle and decontaminate the station as part of the commercial nuclear plant decommissioning project, which is predicted to generate close to 600 new jobs, AECOM said Tuesday. Michael …

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Huntington Ingalls Launches Coast Guard’s ‘Kimball’ National Security Cutter

Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ Ingalls Shipbuilding division launched the seventh Legend-class National Security Cutter the company built for the U.S. Coast Guard from a floating dry dock Saturday. HII said Tuesday the 418-feet-long Kimball was transferred to the dry dock via Ingalls’ rail car system and was launched off the dock with tugboats. “Our crew works …

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TSA Orders L-3 Airport Security Scanners; Michael Strianese Comments

L-3 Communications has received a $21 million order from the Transportation Security Administration to supply security scanners for TSA’s passenger screening efforts. The company said Tuesday the order will increase the number of ProVision systems installed at U.S. aviation facilities to nearly 1,000. The security and detection systems division of the aviation products and security sector within L-3’s electronic …

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Kay and Associates to Help Maintain Kuwait’s Hornet F/A-18 C/D Fleet

The U.S. Navy has awarded Kay and Associates a $63 million contract to perform  maintenance and support work on Kuwait’s fleet of F/A-18 C/D Hornet aircraft. Kay and Associates will conduct work in Kuwait through January 2018 under the foreign military sales program, the Defense Department said Tuesday. The Naval Air Warfare Center’s aircraft division …

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CenturyLink to Install, Maintain Senate’s Unified Communications Platform; Erich Sanchack Comments

The U.S. Senate’s sergeant-at-arms office has awarded CenturyLink a potential seven-year, $26.6 million contract to install, maintain, operate and manage a unified communications-as-a-service platform at more than 450 Senate state offices nationwide. CenturyLink said Monday it will provide hardware, software, training and held desk support to help senators’ offices access a platform for hosted …

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IBA Chosen for DHA Health IT Division Systems Support

The Defense Health Agency has awarded Irving Burton Associates a $10 million contract to provide military health systems support for the DHA’s health information technology solutions delivery division. IBA said Thursday its services will encompass areas such as agile transformation, operations and engineering, business process analysis, agile requirements, configuration management, program management and acquisition …

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SOS International to Support Army Security Assistance Officer Training Program in Saudi Arabia

The U.S. Army has awarded SOS International a multiyear contract to develop and manage a training program for security assistance officers who will deploy to Saudi Arabia to support the service branch’s Ministry of Interior-Military Assistance Group. SOSi said Monday the training program will include multiple learning objectives and encompass U.S. policy issues …

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Coast Guard Receives Huntington Ingalls-Built ‘Munro’ National Security Cutter

Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ Ingalls Shipbuilding division has handed over a sixth company-built national security cutter to the U.S. Coast Guard. Munro belongs to the military branch’s Legend class and is scheduled for commissioning in Seattle by April 1, 2017, Huntington Ingalls said Friday. “We have a mission statement in the NSC program that says …

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Air Force Medical Support Agency Taps Nika for Engineering Operations & Info System Services

The Air Force Medical Support Agency has awarded Nika a contract for engineering operations, systems and project management support services at 73 AFMSA facilities worldwide. Nika said Thursday it will work with the agency to plan, develop and execute operations and maintenance-funded construction projects in conjunction with medical repair and sustainment efforts. Nika CEO Kabir …

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