Matthew Nelson

Coalfire’s Federal Group Obtains CMMI Level 3 Rating; Bill Malone Quoted

Coalfire‘s federal arm has received a level 3 appraisal under the CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration program in recognition of standard business processes within the unit. The company said Wednesday Ace Guides reviewed Coalfire’s set of internal processes, procedures and practices that served as the basis for the rating. Bill Malone, …

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Raytheon Gets $81M Navy Contract Modification for F/A-18E/F, EA-18G Configuration Components

Raytheon has received a three-year, $81.2M contract modification to provide components needed to implement configuration updates to the EA-18G and F/A-18E/F planes of the U.S. Navy and Australia. The company will provide 228 items in order to complete engineering change proposals related to the two aircraft platforms’ configuration D retrofit component, the Department of …

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Massachusetts Transit Agency Orders BAE-Made Hybrid Electric Propulsion Tech

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority has selected BAE Systems to provide extended-range propulsion systems to power new hybrid electric buses in Boston. BAE said Wednesday it will supply 194 Series-ER systems in an effort to help MBTA address emission reduction and noise pollution goals for the city’s transit bus routes. Series-ER’s battery is rechargeable …

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General Dynamics Vet Elizabeth Robey Named Assured Consulting Solutions’ ESITA II Program Lead

Elizabeth Robey, an 18-year veteran of General Dynamics‘ information technology business, has been appointed director of Enterprise Senior Information Technology Advisors II programs at Assured Consulting Solutions. ACS said Monday Robey will lead the Reston, Va.-based company’s work with the Defense Intelligence Agency under the ESITA II contract. She previously worked …

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Kratos Reports $65M in Satcom, Space Tech Contracts; Phil Carrai Quoted

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions has booked new contracts and renewals worth up to $65M combined to support various space and satellite communications programs. The company said Monday it will provide technology platforms for satellite command, cloud computing architecture, signal monitoring and service assurance applications designed to aid space defense …

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Army Eyes Lockheed for PAC-3 Interceptor Comms System Requirements Review

The U.S. Army looks to partner with Lockheed Martin‘s missiles and fire control unit to review system requirements for a guided missile system’s networked interceptor communications kit. A FedBizOpps notice posted Friday says the project will include engineering work on the software-based communication technology intended for the Phased Array Tracking Radar to Intercept on …

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DynCorp Secures Army Aviation Maintenance Support Extension

DynCorp International will continue to provide aviation field maintenance services for the U.S. Army‘s theater aviation sustainment management group under a six-month, $41.6M contract extension. The company said Monday it has supported TASM operations outside the continental U.S. since October 2013 and will continue support efforts through June 30 under the extended contract. …

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Visiongain Report Projects Growth in Military Sensor Fusion Tech Market Through 2029

A Visiongain forecast, released by ReportLinker, says military sensor technology adoption will help drive the global sensor fusion market between 2019 and 2029. ReportLinker said Thursday the market will experience growth over the next decade as military organizations seek to obtain insights from sensor data. The report also provides an analysis …

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